Question for parents

@rifnee (1713)
Indonesia
January 22, 2011 3:50am CST
Which makes you more comfortable, sassy girl, or a naughty boy? accompanied by reasons for the amplifier response, it would be better.
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5 responses
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
24 Jan 11
bad boy with a peculiar sense of humor and well liked, though mischievous but a lot of sense
@marcmm (1806)
• Malaysia
24 Jan 11
I have a 2 year old boy. He is vey naughty that it is very hard for me and my wife to get a rest if he is awaken. And it is sometimes very troublesome to bring him shopping sometimes. He just cannot see a car toy and he will always want ot buy it. He is very active at the shopping mall or supermarket tha he will get what he want and insist of getting the thing he want to be out inside the shopping trolley. Quite troublesome but it is fine with me. i enjoy every monent I spend time with my son. I still haven't had another child yet but if I can get one and make a wish, I would like to have a girl of my own to make it a pair. I don't know how to raise a baby girl yet but I have a feeling it would be alright if we had one in the future. Nowadays, most of the kids are active. Maybe it just the milk they drank which have more improved formula to develope the brain better. But like my grandfather and other elders will says, an active kid is good because it shows that their brain is developing. An active kids will use their brain and develope it all the time but the inactive kids will have their brain rest which affecting their developement of their brain. From what I see, and active kid will do better in school compares to the inactive kids.
@sid556 (31006)
• United States
22 Jan 11
I had 4 daughters...no sons. Still I did daycare. Personally, I didn't find a huge difference in their care when they were younger. The girls were just as mischeivous and active as the boys. I do think that when they hit puberty, girls are more difficult with the mood swings and drama etc. Those years pass quickly though and my girls are all my best friends now. I wouldn't change a thing.
@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
22 Jan 11
I have a 33-year-old son, a 32-year-old daughter and a 14-year-old son. When I became pregnant with the 14-year-old, I knew I wanted another boy. When you put two or more females in a home and they hit puberty, life becomes miserable. We become moody, emotional cry-bags. Boys become emotional too but it's just different. I wouldn't give up my girl for anything, and I look forward to having a little grand-daughter one day. But for me, raising the boys were easier.
@shia88 (4582)
• Malaysia
22 Jan 11
Hi, From my point of view, as a parent, I do not have any preference to have a son or a daughter,for me, they are the same. They are my children and I will always love and care about them be it a boy or a girl. Some people will have impression that girl will be more timid and quiet,but I did saw some of my friends' daughters are hyperactive,they act like a boy too. Nowadays,kids are mostly active and if they stay passive,then we will start to get worries.So having an active kid at home is not really a big issue. It is actually depend on the parents themselves to spend more time with their children,make sure the children get enough cares from the parents. It is a matter of how the parents are going to discipline the children. They are still young and alot of things they do not know .So we as a parent have the responsibility to educate and discipline our own children.