I only have boys, so I couldn't tell ya.
I only have boys, so I don't know
Girls during the young ages, boys after puberty.
I only have girls so idk :)
Depends on you and them.How you raise them, and their personality.Not the gender.
I only have boys so I could not say for sure if the raising was easier but from the girls I have nannied for I am VERY thankful I have boys LOL.
I think girls are easier when they are younger but boys are easier as they get older.
I have also heard that you can hire a good contractor to fix all the damage that a boy will do but there is no therapist alive that can fix the damage a girl does. LOL
I honestly think that it depends on the day and the stage they are in life. I have 2 boys (7, 5, 3) and one girl (almost 23 months) and some days she's really great and some days I wanna pull my hair out and some days the same goes for her brothers. Each stage in life they go through will bring new and oh so wonder things to drive myself and DH crazy (my 7yr old is at one now because of course he knows EVERYTHING lol) It's going to be different for each and every one of them. For me I think once they hit teenage years a puberty it will be harder for me to relate to the boys just because I don't understand what they're going through. I didn't understand teenage boys when I was a teenage girl I doubt my understanding is going to be any better now lol. When it's my dd turn while I'm sure she'll drive me as crazy as I'm sure I did my mother at least I understand the crazy hormonal mess that is a teenage girl lol
Girls hands down!
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