The way to a Teenage boy’s heart
Or….How to connect with your teenage son via fast food and T.V.
I am always looking for ways to bond with my teenager. Teenage boys are sometimes moody, somewhat secretive and hermit like…..Or maybe it’s just my son.
14 must be a rough age to have an actively engaged parent.
I did not have very involved parents, so I’m just guessing.
Please don’t mis-understand, I’m not trying to make my son my best friend (ha!) I’m simply looking for a way to connect with my first-born child, a child who is growing into a man shockingly fast.
I hope that makes sense.
The idea of losing that connection with my son is heartbreaking.
When he was young, we watched Veggie Tales together. We made cookies, we played at the park. When he was younger, I was still fun to be around.
Now? Not so much. The mall? Hardly. Cooking with me? Um, nope.
One thing we enjoy together is watching…..
Yes, we love the zombie and gore filled show. It’s no Veggie Tales, but it’ll do.
Another thing we enjoy is trying new items at Taco Bell.
Introducing the Doritos taco.
The taco is very interesting. My son loved it.
It made my fingers orange.
How do you connect with your growing children?
I’m linking up with Shell to