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    Default Fav child age and why

    Just wondering what has been your favourite age/stage (of your child) so far and why?

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    Eta - my youngest two are 10 and nearly 9 and they are at a fabulous age. Self managing, curious, innocent, sweet, smart. My oldest daughter is 16, stressful time in Senior school, not loving this age!
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    My ds1 just turned 10. It is glorious. He is innocent, caring, happy! It is my favourite age so far.

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    Under 18 ! Now they are adults it's stressful in a different way.

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    I have 4 kids, my eldest is 6. I think my favourite age so far was 2-3 as that's when their little personalities really start to come out, but in saying that, I do love them each growing and developing. It's hard to pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    I have 4 kids, my eldest is 6. I think my favourite age so far was 2-3 as that's when their little personalities really start to come out, but in saying that, I do love them each growing and developing. It's hard to pic.
    Oh yeh their personalities come out all right!! Lol mine are 2 and 3 and are like little Threenagers ATM. Was hoping it gets better haha. But yes it is fun though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkIsTheNewBlack View Post
    Oh yeh their personalities come out all right!! Lol mine are 2 and 3 and are like little Threenagers ATM. Was hoping it gets better haha. But yes it is fun though!
    Oh, don't get me wrong, I also found it to be the most button-pushy age so far also, but it is definitely fun.

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    I love the funny things my girls at 3yo would/do say. Dd2 has just turned 3 and trying to attempt so many words sometimes she's all tongues when talking as she has a little lisp, but it's the cutest!!

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    My two older daughters are 9 and 11 and are great playmates and would be lost without each other (even though they would never admit it) l love this age group as they are quite independent and enjoy learning new skills. Dd3 is almost 7 months and l LOVE it. She's so funny, discovering new things and is so snuggly. I love the age from 3 to 18 months in general.. Before they learn to back chat lol

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    DS1 2 years..

    Love this age, for he surprises me with tiny little sentences.. tries to talk, learns very quick and those meaningful smiles.. I'm going to miss this..


 

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