I had 4 boys and one girl I saw no difference at all , and now I have 10 grandsons and one grandaughter( I have another grandson arriving in June so that will make 11 boys) I see my grown kids haveing the same problems with the boys in the family as with the one girl. So I guess I would have to say 100% that there is no difference when raiseing a boy or a girl.
If you knew my grandaughter you'd see what I mean she is such a tomboy that her nephews are half afraid of her. :lol: she's a sweetie but boy dose she play rough. My daughter said she should have just had another boy and been done with it. You are right about boys , but my daughter reminds me of her daughter :lol: I gave the kids all the mothers curse you know thee one . I hope when you have kids they act like you, when I said it I wasn't thinking I'd be watching them from time to time. :shock: I wouldn't trade any of them for the world though. :-D
This might not be the right place to post this, but our oldest son, Zachariah was killed in a car accident six years ago April 25. He was 18 years old, a senior in high school, getting ready to go to prom and graduation, when he was killed. Him and a friend were on their way to work after high school dismissed, and the friend fell asleep at the wheel, and the car hit a disabled pickup truck on the shoulder. Zachariah was pronounced dead at the hospital a couple hours after the accident.
God carried our family through this time, and he continues to comfort us from the great loss. Zachariah is described perfectly in Galatians 5:22-23.
If anyone needs to discuss the loss of a child, or knows someone going through this tragic experience, I am available to answer any questions.