Phaedra Parks Encourages Boy Moms To 'Bond With Their Kings'

Phaedra Parks Encourages Boy Moms To 'Bond With Their Kings'
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After the death of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, there's been a trend on social media that appeared. Dads publicly declared their love for their daughters, and men have been posting gorgeous pics with their baby girls.

As you know, Phaedra Parks is a mother of two boys, Dylan and Ayden, and she encourages moms who have sons to also bond with them. Check out her post below:

'After seeing all the #girldad posts, I had to represent for all the #boy #moms who become honorary #cub #scouts, handle bugs and learn to enjoy activities they never thought about in their wildest dreams to bond with their young #kings! #boymom #parenting #tbt #momlife #thankful #blessed to have a #prince and #President 👑' Phaedra captioned her post.

A follower said: 'Yessss sis I just posted this!!! Let's get #boymoms trending!!! My son just made honor roll #proudmomma❤️'

Someone else posted this: 'Go Ayden! You know I’m an Eagle Scout!' and a commenter said: '#boymom I’m definitely that ❤️my son is grown but he definitely had me on a mission.'

A follower posted this: 'Yes. My dad died when I was four. My whole life was shaped by a #boymom,' and someone else posted this: 'Being a #boymom has been the most rewarding part of my life. He’s 21 now and it gets sweeter as the years go by! ♥️♥️♥️'

A fan wrote: 'Yessss sis I just posted this!!! Let's get #boymoms trending!!! My son just made honor roll #proudmomma❤️' and one other follower posted this: 'Phaedra - don’t do this 😩 considering the origin of the girl dad posts - give it a minute 🙄'

Someone said: 'You are a great mom! Your boys look healthy, wealthy and wise!' and one other follower posted: 'I think the #girldad trend was an honorary trend for Kobe. Not just because...boy moms can have their spotlight at another appropriate time.'

Phaedra was really emotional these days, just like everyone following the recent tragic events.

Kobe Bryant’s death  and the other losses made people think that life’s things should not be taken for granted.

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