Which is harder to raise? Boys, or girls?

BrittaniMaree BrittaniMaree
which is harder in your opinion to raise Boys or girls?
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- Kira - - Kira -
I think they both have their own sets of difficulties. I have a boy and I struggle with him being too rough and getting in trouble at school for hitting and such. Every time that happens I just remind myself that I don't have to deal with teenage girl drama when he gets to that age! I don't think I could handle the crying and bitching.
Kdlips Kdlips
i have boys just now having a girl so i don't know yet but i think boys
Nora29714 Nora29714
I don't have any childeren
tami tami
I had two girls so I do not know how hard it is to raise a boy
SexyTabby SexyTabby
I have two boys and two girls. The boys are older and easy compared to the girls and their elementary age drama. They don't require that non-stop attention. That being said the boys have more complicated problems. Last week my oldest son was attacked on the bus by two other boys and they threatened to bring a gun and kill him. Not too long ago our 6 year old foster daughter attacked two kids and a teacher in school then left. Drama is in all forms so neither of mine are any less "harder". I do think it's good that my boys are the oldest though. My girls...complete opposites so God only knows what the future will bring with these two.
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
We raised a boy to manhood, and a girl from birth to Kindergarten. In what years we have to compare the two, the boy was MUCH easier.
funluvinmama funluvinmama
I have a girl (10 next month) and a boy (7). Honestly, I think they are about the same. They both have different problems. However my girl tends to be more mouthy and talks back to me more then my son does.
Sammi Sammi
So far, I'm finding it easier to raise a boy. But the problems and drama are so very, very different for each.
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
It was easier to raise my son. My daughter on the other hand is a challenge and a half. She does stuff my son never did at her age.
Kristopher Sean Kristopher Sean
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I have a grown son and daughter. My son was a little harder to raise because he has issues with weight and lacked confidence - that's all behind him now and he's doing great.

Compared to all my relatives and friends with girls - my daughter was zero trouble - no drama - never - so she was pretty easy to raise.

I give 100% of the credit to my wife.

If you are a father and your wife and daughter(s) don't get along - you're ass is cooked - someone will always be pissed at you!

We're empty nesters now - so everything is cool.
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