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I know that you love all your children, but is there one that is your favorite? If so why?

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      Denise Richardson wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • happyI love my girls both equally, but it is something about my Chantele the oldest she and I have such a wonderful connection. My Darah is a daddy’s girl so she connects with her dad more so than me. Even though he wasn’t there the way he should have been for them both my baby girl just felt a closeness and the desire to draw closer to her father. Chantele has a lot of my qualities as well we both have the same fashion sense and so may other attributes we share, but I thank God for them both and I love them both dearly.




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      Fraz764 wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • I honestly love them both equally, however everyone knows that Kelli is my favorite..She’s a mini-me..it’s almost like she is my clone.Candice is extraordinary and she is her Dads-mini-me, another clone.

      The funniest thing is that Kelli looks just like their dad, except that she has my dimpleestatic and Candice looks just like me.




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      Linni wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • my children are my world, and i love them all very much, and equally... my son and i have a special bond, and i think alot of it is because during my pregnancy with him, my father passed away, then 3 months after that, i almost died from domestic violence.. (of coarse, if i would have died, he would have too..)he and i have a  bond that it very strong.. I thank God that he and i both survived that horrific night, and i thank God everyday, that He chose ME to be thier momma!




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      Fraz764 wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • Linni, I have said the same thing every day for the past 24 years Thank you God for allowing me to be the vessel to bring your creation to earth and care for them!




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      Angela 'Cocco' Williams wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • You guys are awesome. I love your answers. I love all six of my children as well I wonder sometimes though if it is equally. I have 3 step children and it just seems like there is a part of me that is closer to the ones that I birthed even though the other 3 have been with me for 7 years. I try really hard to love and treat them the same but sometimes it is hard for me because 3 were reared by me and 3 were reared by their biological mom. She and I are, totally different and it really shows in their attitudes, morals and manners. I dont really think I love them more, I think I love them different but I would give my life for all of them. Blended families are hard work.




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      Linni wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • Fraz, you know, i tell my children ” momita is SO GREATFUL that Jesus chose me to be your momita! ”  its true.. He could have chosen anyone in the worl, but He chose me! my life would be so empty without them!




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      Mzd3 wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • I love both my daughter and my son equally. Unconditionally. Would die for either of them if I had to. They both say the other is my favorite, but they are wrong. I thanks God for them both.




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      Janet Wooley wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • I love my boys equally but my youngest son has personality traits like me, he is super funny, which is something I love to do , laugh. He is always cracking me up. I like to spend more time w/the younger but i also love the older one, he is just not always around.He has a life. He is too serious all the time.




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      Tuliplady wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • Ok, I’m going to try this again.  I started replying and ended up with about a two page reply.  LOL!  Yeah, I love my kids.  All four of them.  Three biological, one step.  Love them all differently.

      If someone tortured me until I picked a favorite, I’m not sure I could.  Basicly it’s whichever one I’m with at the moment.




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      Mz. Queen wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • If you asked which one is the problem child I could answer that one, but a favorite!  The two oldest always say the baby gets away with stuff that they never could. I can say they’ve all caught a serious whipping and been raised to be independent and compassionate but a favorite no, a problem, a difficult one yes. And they all are free spirited and determined.




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      Deb Darby wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • My 3 biologicals are so different in good ways and ways I don’t like or understand. My son was and is the easiest, self-sufficient but also kind and talented. The youngest girl is like water slipping through my hands, complicated and hard for me to understand. She says I don’t “get her“. It’s painful, and I want a close connection with her so much. Maybe by the time she’s past 25. My middle daughter is my cheerful, outgoing life-of-the-party but also hard-working one with gumption! My stepson is a solid, hardworking family man and my stepdaughter I’ve only known for a few years and long distance, but she reminds me of my sweet SIL. I’m so blessed and know they are all gifts from God.




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      Angela 'Cocco' Williams wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • Thanks girls for responding. I love all your answers and your motherly hearts. Bernadette  I love how it was during meditation that you knew you were ready for your daughter. That is cool. It always amazes me how our spirit speaks during our quiet times.




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      Tammy Slater-Kendrick wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • Both of my girls are like me, but in different ways. We‘re all independent, determined and head-strong, but Brandi is the sarcastic socializer while Katie tends to be more serious (though she definitely has a “party-girl” side to her, too). It has been quite an adventure watching them change over the years because they’ve become very different than when they were younger. So, while I can’t say that I have a “favorite” - I can say that each one has traits that make them unique and special to me. Of course, like all of you, I would give up my life for theirs without hesitation (for my granddaughter, too).




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      Marilyn09 wrote Aug 7, 2009
    • Its funny that you ask that question.
      And then see all the answers.
      I love both of my kids equally.
      But my daughter tortures my soul and makes me cry. We are so different.  

      (everything that I have to say in regards to her..I can literally imagine her saying in regards to me.  She is a mirror image of me, but her right is my left and my right is her left.) Its crazy.




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      Coachmombabe wrote Aug 8, 2009
    • We have 2 boys and one girl. Each one is amazingly unlike the others, three distinctly different personalities. Each resembling their mom and dad, or other relatives, in some way, whether large or small. I love them all dearly! No matter how old they get, I love them as strongly as I always have. The oldest is turning 30 this Sunday!

      But...I am closest to our daughter! She lives in another state with her hubby, but we talk nearly everyday. The boys don't seem to want or need that kind of connection with their mom, and I'm sure their wives would frown upon it! Kelsey and I do have a special relationship, and I even consider her a friend now. But I don't love her more than the boys. I may enjoy  her more, but not love her more. Does that make sense?




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      Angell VillafaƱe wrote Aug 8, 2009
    • Nah...both of my boys are equal pains in my neck...lol...I love them both the same. estatic




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      Mary Clark wrote Aug 9, 2009
    • My mother who now has alzheimers...answered this question...“Mama who is your favorite daughter (she has 4)?” and her reply was with her very diseased brain, “(shaking her head) I don’t do favorites“.  

      Now here is a woman with a very diseased brain that has been robbed her memories...and through all of that...her motherly instinct shines through it all and says..“I don’t do favorites“.  

      So...I will answer as mother did...“I don’t do favorites...and really I do not.” I love them both dearly and the same!




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