I don't know if they are harder work yet since he's not very old. PP can def. give you more info on that one. I think they might be a little harder work at the young age if anything and the girls make up for it for being harder in the teen years. He def. loves his momma and is a mommas boy. He could lay with me and cuddle all day long. If he cries, I can pick him up and stop him in an instant. If someone else is holding him, he constantly searches the room to find me.
My house isnt that wild as of yet. I have a big gap betwen #4 and 5 so thats a good thing! I have basically started over again with the babies LOL They do like their cuddles. My boys are huggers and I love it. Well not my oldest LOL but hes so close to me its crazy. I even get to go shopping with him for clothes, like seriously! I will have to say that the friends my boys hve and the friends I have with girls that they are ALL the same. Yes girls require a bit more but I will say this, my boys have to have things that match, expensive.. etc etc. My oldest boy and I went shopping last weekend and he got clothes to match his belts, shoes, hats. I was like OMG and to thinK I dont have a girl lmao. Its all good. It does get a big boring cus its trucks, tools, blocks, dirt, yelling, fighting hitting and MOOOOOOM lmao. But its all good! I have always wanted a big family and I thank the lord that he allowed me to be with my current husband and be having our third together. I got my tubes untied so I wouldnt even have had these last 3 well soon to be 3..and my little boy has problems right now, possible heart issue and placenta previa, so hes a boy and I am taking in all the love that I can get and not want a girl. The love in my boys eyes is so unreal its amazing. I love it and I couldnt ask for a better life! My 2 year old may have autism, so that makes it even more harder and the more love to give.
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