Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes for Boy Moms

The Boy Mom Who Lived in a Shoe (“The Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe”)

There was a thirty-something woman who lived in a shoe (well it smelled like a shoe).
She had so many boys, she didn’t know what to do.
She gave them toothpaste, shampoo and soap;
Then tucked them in bed,
Sniffed and thought, there’s hope!

Mommy, Mommy (“Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary”)

Mommy, mommy, quite a zombie,
How does your laundry grow?
With muddy shirts and grass-stained pants,
And dirty socks all in a row.

Tired Mama Grouch (“Little Miss Muffet”)

Tired Mama Grouch
Sat on her couch,
Eating her cheese and wine;
Along came her boys,
Making lots of noise
And ended mommy’s “me”-time.

Johnny Brat (“Jack Sprat”)

Johnny Brat would eat only snacks.
His brother would eat no meal. 
And together, they
Ran in the pantry to steal.

Mom and Dad (“Jack and Jill”)

Mom and Dad went up to bed
To catch a wink of sleep
Babies cried and Mommy sighed 
And Dad just stayed asleep.

Twinkle Twinkle

Twinkle twinkle little boy,
you bring mommy so much joy.
Golden hair and eyes so blue; 
How did I ever live without you? 

Originally from Thibodaux, Louisiana, Katie has been living in Baton Rouge (again) since 2014. She is married to her husband of five years, Cody, and they are parents to the active and adorable Graham (4) and Emile (2). They recently added identical twins, Felix and Henry in February 2021. Katie graduated from Nicholls State University with a degree in Government, then went to L.S.U. Law school and finished in 2011. She practiced law in both the private and state sectors, but has been at home with her boys since 2016. In her free time, Katie enjoys exercising, going on adventures with her family, getting manis and pedis and watching cooking competitions on Food Network.