To parents out there, do you have a FAVORITE child? To all others, were YOU your parents' FAVORITE child? If you were your parents' favorite, how did this affect you & your relationship w/your other/less favored siblings? If you weren't your parents' favorite, how did this impact on your self-esteem?
Hmm, I think not. I love them both the same. Not in the same way I guess, I express my love in different ways, but I can't really say that I have a favorite. Both my daughters are so different, so I have different approaches to them. The youngest love to hug and kiss and the older is a total opposite. So I snuggle with the young one and with the older I find a different way of being close to one another. I act so that in all my actions there are no differences. Yes, I love them both the same, this love can't be measured, but it feels the same. Huh, it is hard to explain this
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