Which is the most difficult question your child has asked you ?

@kudeshi (529)
India
July 30, 2007 2:59pm CST
Which is the most difficult question your child has asked you ?
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@carmelanirel (20979)
• United States
30 Jul 07
when her boyfriend says she is not being nice and I know my daughter, she can get attitudes and say things. So she asks me. I am like debating on telling the truth or sugar coating.. Especially when she asks when him there, because I have to watch how I word it for them both...
@Mickie30 (2633)
30 Jul 07
Hi she has asked us none because she doesn't speak yet. I suppose it would be to love and to provide for her.
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@TawnyJo (131)
• United States
31 Jul 07
There are a few. One was "how do babies get in their mom's stomachs?" and another one was "mom, is there really a Santa Claus?". The first one was hard for obvious reasons. The second one was hard because I didn't want to lie to him but I also felt he was too young to NOT have a Santa.
@liyan97 (2128)
• Northern Mariana Islands
30 Jul 07
Hello there Kudeshi! I think the most difficult thing that my children ask me is to buy them something that I really can't afford...lol My son would sit in front of the T.V. and ask for every darn thing he see’s…lol.. It hurts at times when they ask for something that I can’t get. I have already gotten the a Game Boy advance, which took me a year to save up enough to get two and now they are asking for a PSP…lol…That will probably take me two years before I can save up enough to buy it…lol.. Thankfully my kids are somewhat understanding when I explain that I can’t get it and they just have to be patient. I always tell them that although I can’t always get what they want, I will always provide them with what they need. It s really hard when our kids want something so much and we just can’t get it, therefore I have to say that asking me for some things that they want is the most difficult thing they have asked for.