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My daughters are just getting used to calling their new baby brother "he" instead of "it". My very bright 8 year-old had a bunch of questions for the nurses as they went through the post-partum routine with our son..."I saw that when you gave *it* a shot, you went really slow. Is that how you do it with a *real* person?"

Twice she prefaced questions about things by asking, "Do HUMANS..." as though he is something other than a human.

It was hysterical.

I keep calling him "she". (I have three daughters.)

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I agree with your daughter. A baby is overwhelmingly just a baby (an "it") until you get used to being around babies, or unless you're doing the diaper changes. Same thing with a puppy.

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I agree with your daughter. A baby is overwhelmingly just a baby (an "it") until you get used to being around bables, or unless you're doing the diaper changes. Same thing with a puppy.
Having raised three kids, a daughter followed by two boys, I can say they are vastly different from the point where they leave "infant" category. My definition of "infants" is when they are so new they do little more than eat, sleep, make room for more food, and act startled by nearly every bodily function or encounter with their environment. After that, some patterns emerge that are undeniable.

I could cite a bunch of differences, but this should provide a clue. Boys could not care less about being potty trained. Yeah, a load in your pants stinks, and can be uncomfortable, but it seems to bother the adults a lot more than it bothers the male baby with a load in his diaper. It seems the motive to learn to crap and pee in the toilet is severely moderated by how content they are to have you clean them up.

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When my three daughters were around 7 and 4 respectively, a friend asked us if we would take care of his 5 year old son for a couple of weeks while he attended some business in the ME. We of course agreed and thought it would be fun to have a boy around the house. After three days both my wife and myself were about ready to murder the little barstard. He was a complete fucking nuisance and made me realise what complete angels my daughters are.
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Why not just say what you feel....phucking genius.

Are you one of those brainwashing "professors" ruining the future by preaching your liberal bunk in class? My younger girl comes home from college knowing the future is bleak due to the nonsense you idiots teach.

You can only fool dummies. Now look ashamed and hide your head in the sand...of Iraq you coward bitch.

My father killed nazis...was that ok by your standards......they never attacked America.
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"My younger girl comes home from college knowing the future is bleak due to the nonsense you idiots teach"

Are you serious? You have a kid in college? From the way you present yourself I would have laid odds that you are a spotty thirteen year old who has just discovered swear words but is still nervous around gurls.
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