GIRL: She said her daughter tries on 10 outfits a day. She said she is constantly asking her to put her clothes away because she doesn't want to wash clean clothes that are in a pile on the floor. She likes all kinds of outfits, especially ones that have a matching pattern.
BOY: My four-year-old son does not like getting dressed. I have to pressure him to do it every day. It is a constant argument. He will only wear jeans or casual shorts and a t-shirt. Occasionally he will wear a polo or sweater (if it has a cartoon character on it.)
GIRL: It was raining and there was a little girl walking in front of us. She gently tip toed around a big puddle of water.
BOY: My son was behind her. What did he do? He let go of my hand so he could stomp in the water and get us all wet!
GIRL: My neighbors cute little two year old girl cried for at least 10 minutes this weekend after my 15 month old boy walked up and smacked her in the face for no reason.(why do they do that at this age?)
BOY:My 15 month old boy has bruises all over his face. Really, my husband asked me what I did to him when he came home the other day. But the little guy rarely cries when he falls down. Sometimes he makes a pouty face, but he just keeps on playing.
I am sure you have some examples of your own. Please share!
And here's a fun link looking at the real differences between boys and girls(It's about how we digest alcohol, but still interesting)!
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