This little face
Is why I was so excited when I received this
for Mother's Day.
I am here to tell you that boys are very different than girls. Therefore raising boys is very different than raising girls. Our little princess is only 2, but I can tell we are in for lots of smiles and tears "bringing her up." We have only read the first four chapters of the book, but I have already learned so much. Did you know that little girls go through infantile puberty? I did not.
From the Inside FlapYou’ve got daughters? Then you’ve got questions.
Parents, teachers, and others involved in shaping the character of girls have a lot on their minds:
- Are girls really fundamentally different from boys? If so, should they be treated differently?
- Whoever said that girls are “sugar and spice and everything nice” never met my teenager. What can I do?
- My adolescent daughter seems to be on an emotional roller coaster. One minute she’s giddy with excitement; the next she’s moody and withdrawn. Is this normal?
- As a mom, I so badly want to be “best friends” with my daughter. Why isn’t it working out the way I dreamed?
- How does a dad’s role in his daughter’s life influence her character and decisions—including her eventual choice of a husband?
- How can grandparents contribute to raising a healthy granddaughter?
- What’s the best way to educate girls?
- How are girls affected when their parents divorce?
- What should we be doing to shape the next generation of women?
I am telling you this is going to be a good read. I will keep you posted after I finish too. Have any of you read the book? I would love to hear what you thought.