Who would you choose - given the choice? I mean, no issues as to healthy, etc. - just if you could coose, would it be son or daughter?
If you are talking about adoption it would not matter to me , we have a son that we adopted so son or daughter does not make a difference when you have been blessed with a child to love.
they're all adults now and some prolly older than you. Have plenty grand kids too and I borrow 5 little kids from a friend time to time.
I've got a beautiful, onery, heart-warming 3yr old girl and wouldn't change it for a damn thing in the world!
I have five boys already, so I rather have a girl, were there to be an addition to our household.
Well, when I was pregnant I aspired for a little girl, and dress her up in all those cute and lacy dresses with ribbons I saw at stores. Unfortunately, it wasn't meant to be and I have an adorable little boy whom I love and adore. I certainly wouldn't change him for the world.
I have both and really couldn't give any preference. My first son was an adorable little guy, and I loved him dressing him in nice clothes for little boys. When I had my younger son he was just as adorable a sweetie as the older one, and I had a little "set" of two adorable little boys. Then I had my beautiful little daughter, and she was every bit as sweet as her brothers. I've just always seen all three as "little human beings first".
I have 2 sons who I love dearly and would die for in a heartbeat, but I'm sure sometime in the future I will wish I had had a daughter.
I don't mind if I have a son or a daughter just as long as I have one. I still don't have either.
You can always depend on daughters than sons after they get married for support of any kind.
What about twins hehehe both of 'em will be great...
But for me a son will always makes me happy...
Too late for me, we have one of each!
I did not find out early either, I waited to find out what sex they were when they arrived
Am so happy to have both (Miguel-8 and Gabie 5)couldn't ask for more!
hi to all, hi Maudine,,,
I have no preference son or daughter, equal,
I have three sons and two daughters already,
it is more than enough, LOL
Good morning Myth, I'll miss hubpages and miss you as well, tomorrow is my first day at work so I won't be able to log on in the net... baba n nmn score ko hu!hu!hu!
miss you girl!
Three sons and two daughters? Wow. You don't look like you're old enough to have kids . I'll be lucky if I have one.
Always a tough question, if you pick one over the other it almost feels like you would have preferred one over the other. Truth is, they are both great in different ways. Lucky me, I have one of each
I would def love to have a girl so we can have little tea partys and play dress up and things.
Definitely a little girl. Something about that whole "Daddy's little girl" thing appeals to me.
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