My son was raised in a time of "liberated women's views" shall we say? He can sew if needed. He enjoys cooking. Owns and uses a vacuum. He also owns a washer and drier that are way nicer than anything I have ever owned. My daughter has a brown belt in karate. I blurred the lines of what was masculine/feminine as I raised these two children and the end result is a wonderful thing. Everything is possible. BUT. Neither has married. I don't think this is what either of them wanted but it is what happened. Were my views a bit too liberated? Did they expect and want freedom in everything?
In case you are wondering, (LOL), G cannot cook, use a washer or drier or sew on a button. He does have a brown belt in karate. And he can vacuum.
I made this little fabric birthday card yesterday. I will be sending it via email to C today and then by actual mail today, also. I never forget his birthday but I do forget to mail a card ahead of the birthday. I think it's because I would prefer to see him and hug him and enjoy his company. Sending a card just makes me miss all those things, you know? Just "mom" stuff, sniff.
Happy, Happy birthday Christopher. I love you more than you will ever know. Lots! Have a wonderful day! Love, Mom