I've been hearing this alot and while it maybe true for some parents I think raising my daughter has been pretty easy so far. I mean, she's only three, but she isn't as fussy as most moms with girls claim girls to be. She's sweet, she's happy all the time, she's helpful, and she's always gentle with younger children. Sometimes she is fussy but that's usually because she doesn't feel well.
Answer by Jeanyus at 10:53 AM on Feb. 5, 2010
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Answer by Nyx7 at 10:55 AM on Feb. 5, 2010
My mother had both. She has always said, and I tend to believe this is true, that girls are easiest the first 10 years, boys are easiest the second 10 years. If you really think about it, it makes sense.
Answer by AngelDawn7 at 10:55 AM on Feb. 5, 2010
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Answer by pagirl71 at 11:06 AM on Feb. 5, 2010
YES!! OMG, yes. My daughter was the quiet, seen not heard type. After my son started walking and getting around more on his own they've become a handful. She's never tried to get out of her highchair or rocker. One of the first things he accomplished was escaping. Even with being strapped in (the straps were just snug.) I find myself telling him stop & no twice as much as I tell her. He's a typical rough lil' boy who plays hard. She's my bookworm. Give her some books and she'll sit quietly looking at them. 2 totally different Pisces.
Answer by Danni143 at 11:10 AM on Feb. 5, 2010