If you had all boys and really wanted a girl did you keep trying and how many times? If you didn't get a girl, do you still feel a void because you'll never have a daughter? Do you still wish you could have a girl? Are you still planning on trying again for a girl? Would you consider gender selection? If you wanted a girl but had all boys, how to you replace that "longing" for a daughter?
Any thoughts helpful.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:21 PM on Jul. 14, 2009 in General Parenting
I have one girl and 2 boys. My advice is remember all the hormone filled meltdowns you had as a teenager, the feeling of not liking your parents and thinking they were so stupid or uncool. You may get over wanting a girl.
Boys really are easier.
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