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    Boys I think r the most easy going.
    Ds was a easy going bub but feed all the time and co slept he was very content and would do whatever I did without a peep.
    DD is her own person will only do what she wants and will only see who she wants but she sleeps in her cot through the night
    Boys tend to get over things quick and theres not as much drama where as girls can tend to make a mountain out of a molehill iykwim and harp on about things.

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    I only have 1 daughter atm but as a teacher, I find difficult boys much easier to handle. More boys do misbehave, but when you have a girl that misbehaves, it is very hard to contain her compared to the boys. Girls hold grudges and biatch about each other on the playground and make little gangs, boys have a fight and it's all over and they're friends again, no hard feelings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lozzaaa View Post
    boys have a fight and it's all over and they're friends again, no hard feelings.
    Yeah that is true, they beat each other up and then they're best mates again. I have heard mostly boys are easier (from people in real life) and that girls are more difficult as teenagers and even pre-teens (great I can't wait ), I am not really much of a girly girl most of my friends are male because I get along with them better.

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    Personally, I don't think you can base it on gender. Personality has a LOT to do with it.

    DD1 I would say I found hard as I was being strict being a first time mum. DD2 I was more lenient, but she was a defiant child, so MUCH harder.

    DS1 I found easy, partly because he was my third, but such an easy baby and a gentle child.

    I still reckon that Mums and sons have a special bond, and Dads and daughters have a special one that can influence how we feel about parenting them.

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    so far DS is only 16 months so can't really comment but I'd say boys are easier! DD is right in the pre teen, hormone filled, lazy, catty time... makes me VERY happy I had a boy last!

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    I'm shocked All my friends and family that have both genders say girls are easier, and I agree.

    DD was a good baby. She has her moments like any child, but she is super independent, helpful and usually well behaved.

    DS on the other hand In the 2 years of his life we have had reflux (which of course wasn't his fault), 9 months straight of waking up seriously 10 times every night, then the tantrums and head banging and wrecking my house began. He is also clingy to the point of me having to carry him everywhere or he goes nuts.

    Give me a house full of girls before I have another boy

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    Different at different ages. Under 10 I find. Boys harder. Once the hormones kick in girls are a roller coaster and boys go silent.

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    Early days so far, but my son has been a breeze compared to how my daughter has been in the past 4 months of life.....


 

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