"I have a girl and a boy. The only differences I see are a) how people try to treat them and b) little personality differences that seem to have little or nothing to do with gender. Maybe, as they get older, differences will be more pronounced, but that will come primarily from social conditioning, I think. Oh, and diaper changes are a little different. Both genders can pee on you; the only difference is velocity."
"My favorite is when someone makes a big deal about their BOY doing a thing, like, 'HAHAHA, BOYS DO THIS AND I AM A BOY MOM, SO I KNOW WHAT THIS IS LIKE, BUT YOU CAN'T KNOW BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT A BOY MOM!' — and it's exactly something my girl child does. If I go, 'Ha, yeah, my girl does that too!' there's always this thing where they're like, 'It's different for boys.' Really? Eating dirt is somehow different for boys than it is for girls? Fine. My kid eats dirt differently than your kid!"
"The only hashtag I typically use, if I use any at all, is #MomLife. We are definitely all in this together."