Boys are always on the move, wrestling, jumping, hopping, etc. They are physical. Boys will tell you what they are thinking but they don't tell what their day was like. Boys are easy to dress, jeans and tops, sneakers, dress shoes and they are all set.
Girls whine and whine and whine. You are left to figure out what is bothering them. Girls are more expensive to buy clothes for because they need dresses,skirts, slacks, jeans, dress shoes, everyday shoes, sneakers, tights, bows, ribbon.
Once they hit the teenage years and are going in cars and getting their license, you worry about boy or girl the same.
by Kiz 8 years ago
How are raising a boy and girl different?
by CrystalSingleton 10 years ago
I have two girls and one boy. Having said that my son being the oldest,he is the shyest and clingiest of them all. He definitely loves boy stuff, cars especially. My daughters are tough. They hold their own. My problem is that the friends my son has (all boys) are so rough. I see they...
by peter565 4 years ago
I believe a girl that like bad boys, is unfit to have child custody in a divorce, what do you think?If a girl date a bad boy, chances are, he is going to be abusive and the woman has a child, she would bring the child into this relationship. But too many girls in modern society, like dating bad...
by cardelean 8 years ago
Do you think boys or girls are easier to raise? Why?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
As a parent, if your teenage daughter wanted to date a boy from a poorer background, would youforbid it? The premise here is that boys from poorer backgrounds have absolutely nothing to offer girls from more affluent backgrounds. In essence, it would be a losing battle to say the...
by ngureco 8 years ago
Do Girls And Boys Have The Same IQ?
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