Saturday, December 06, 2008

One of our Favorite Things


I don't know if any house that has a boy in it should be without this book.

You can watch this video to get an idea of what is inside this great find.


We have loved this book so much, that we are going to use it for something Aaron and I have been wanting to do for a couple years.  A Dangerous Book for Boys Club.  Coming soon!

Check these out as well!

The Dangerous Book for Boys Board Game

Things to Know

Things to Do

How to Get There Kit

Nature Kit

15 comments:

The Hargrove Family said...

We discovered this book sometime last year and Josh is so excited to get it when Caleb gets a little older. Glad to see yall enjoyed it!

Andrea Manor said...

Did you know there is also a "Dangerous Book for Girls?" My Dad bought it for our daughter who is a little young for it now, but we plan to use it with her as she gets a little older.

Andrea Manor said...

It's actually "the daring book for girls"

Hendrick Family said...

I didn't know they had girl books. I'm sort of out of the loop on the girl things.

What are they like?

Heather

The Kramer Family said...

I'm excited about "The Daring Book for Girls"!

I just looked it up and looks just as neat as "The Dangerous Book for Boys".

I think the age it recommends is 8-18, but I'm sure there are some activities for all ages.

Thanks for sharing! We are glad you aren't raising pansy losers. Your boys are precious to us in every way!

Love you!

Feldman Family said...

I found myself chanting, "no pansy losers..down with video games & tv!"......

I'm excited to check this out - especially b/c tyler got 6 stitches in his thumb a couple of months ago making a bow & arrow! :)

BHG & Co. said...

I am not sure who is more excited about the possibility of building a tree house, me or Noah.

Noah has been wanting one for a while, he enjoys reading his Magic Tree House books.

Jana said...

I LOVE these books....We have them BOTH for the boys and girls!!! Theyare great!!!! Hope all is well...Sending blessings

the groves said...

Cody wants to know if childless/ noncollege age guys can go too?? :) He said "great I don't fall in either category".

Chelsea

Hendrick Family said...

Oh...oops...

It should have said, "Fathers, sons college students and Cody."

:)

Heather

*All men who fall in the Cody category are welcome to come!

Anonymous said...

Heather:

This week, I was sick and tired of the boys going into the gameroom, sitting in the dark and watching TV or playing video games, SOOOOOO i put the big screen on craigslist and sold the TV in 2days then gave the money away. You should have seen the look on the face of my youngest (who was the main culprit) when I told him why the TV was going away. Now we are hanging out together talking about lots of things that matter to him and the thoughts he was having while in that room alone. PRAISE THE LORD for selling that TV so fast! Deb

Kercho said...

so I don't know if we qualify since we are neither boys, fathers, husbands or college guys...we are young working singles.

I'm talking about me and Chad, can we come to the fun play day?

Hendrick Family said...

Okay...fine.

All guys can come.

:)

The Uptons said...

Does "all guys" include "non-Living Hope guys who go to Grace Bible"? My wife did provide some breastmilk for Hudson and we are friends with the Kinnards, Hillands, and Amys. Can I come too?

Matt

Hendrick Family said...

Of course! Everyone is welcome!

Heather