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Snips and Snails: Images of Boys from Around the World

By Meghan Gesswein |

When I was originally searching for images for last month’s slideshow, and my original concept of children from around the world, there were so many amazing photos that I found it incredibly hard to choose which ones to use. In the end, I decided to break up the posts between boys and girls, which would allow me to share even more amazing images of kids.

Last month I shared twenty amazing images of girls from around the world. This month, we’re going to give the stage to the boys. As the  mother of three boys, I have to admit that I have a soft spot for the little buggers, even with all the rough housing, dirt and general mischief that comes along with them.

Turns out, boys the world over are pretty much just like boys from the good ole’ USofA. I’m not surprised by that, are you?

You can see the full slideshow below.

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Images of Boys from Around the World

Indonesia

Friendship is universal.
Photo Credit: Rosino via Flickr

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Meghan Gesswein

Meghan Gesswein is a stay at home mom to three boys. Most of the time. Meghan is extremely active online, and writes for the ever growing mom blog, Meghan GWine. She was a regular contributor to the Parenting channels on Babble.

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