7 Things My Husband is Teaching Our Son About Marriage

Photo by: Image via J & J Brusie Photography
That it is ok to be sensitive.
I've seen my husband cry; not many times, mind you, but there have been a few times that my husband has not been afraid to ... more 
Photo by: Image via J & J Brusie Photography
That it is ok to be sensitive.
I've seen my husband cry; not many times, mind you, but there have been a few times that my husband has not been afraid to express real and raw emotion with me, and that has meant so much to our relationship. I know he trusts me with that and I do think it's important for our son to learn that real men can cry.
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Mon, Nov 25, 2013 10:44 AM EST
My son is only fifteen months old, but as his mother, I have to admit that I am already preparing my heart for the day that he will run to another woman's arms. I'm sure the fellow mothers of sons will understand-there is a special relationship that we have with our little men; that fierce desire to scoop them up, keep them close, and guard the little boys that make our hearts melt with their unabashed loyalty and sweetness. People tried to warn me how my relationship with my son would be different than the one I have with my daughters, and in many ways, they were right; there is something different about the mother and son bond. And part of that difference is wanting our sons to grow up understanding how to properly respect and treat a woman. Which is why today, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, here are things that I am grateful my son is learning from my husband about marriage, simply from his example in our own. Click through for 7 things my husband is teaching our son about marriage! -By Chaunie Brusie

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