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    I really enjoyed 6-12 months and also really liking 7.

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    My eldest (DD) is 4.5 and DS just turned 2 and I can say by far 15-24 months! Mine were both sleeping through by then but weren't yet having tantrums and meltdowns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    My eldest (DD) is 4.5 and DS just turned 2 and I can say by far 15-24 months! Mine were both sleeping through by then but weren't yet having tantrums and meltdowns.
    DS is the eldest at 3.5yo. I think I agree with you. He was not sleeping through but was easier to deal with and was a nice kid. Compared to now.

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    So hard to choose as every stage has its good things...

    DS is 10. It's heavenly. He's still a kid but is independent, can have meaty conversations, gets jokes etc. But I think part of it is also DS's personality. He's just a joy.

    Maybe I should reserve my judgement for when DD reaches 10!

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    DS is 9 and I am loving it. He is quite independent which I am loving, I have more freedom for myself, we can enjoy a conversation about a lot of things, he is understanding, willing to help me out more around the house etc. I am really enjoying him growing up turning from a boy slowly into a man.

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    I'm not sure. Ds1 is 7 and he has been a delight from about 2.5yrs. I love spending time with him.

    Dd is only 2.5yrs and has a more difficult personality. I have noticed recently she is becoming easier to reason with, hopefully its uphill from here.

    I think its dependent on the child.

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