Dh and I have 3 little girls all together. One is from his previous relationship. We know that within the next year or two we will try again and are hopeing for a boy but if we have another girl we will still be very happy but would really love to have a boy. So Today I set up a play date at my house with step sisters little girl who is 4 and her little boy who is 5. to play with my two lil girls who are 3 almost 4 and 1 1/2. Lets just say I HAD to cut the play date short to two hours instead of 3 cause this little boy was DRIVING ME CRAZY! He was extremely rambunkches, very hyper, played very ruff with the girls, wanted to throw balls across the house, tore up everything he could get his hands on, kept going outside cause he said he needed to "Spit", tore down my stockings, Im surprised my trees still standing, Lol And.. The list goes on. I need to know is this how all boys act or is it just him and his Moms poor parenting?
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I am the mother of three boys, ages 18, 13, & 5. So, I would be clueless in your world of girls. (lol) Personally, I would say it's most likely the boy himself & he's parent's lack of disciplining him. My oldest and youngest acted rambunctious like the boy you mentioned, but my husband and I always and still do for the youngest, correct when it is/was needed. However, my middle son, was & still has a much more calmer temperament. So, yeah, I think it's just this child and his temperament and if you have a boy, discipline him when it is needed, everything should be just fine.
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