what age of ur children did u enjoy best
Caroline - posted on 08/30/2009
I loved from 3or 4 months till teenage years. I haved loved all of their ages and the differences it brings. But my all time favorite was about six months: they weren't mobile yet but they are so easy to please. Food, dry diaper, and enough sleep and they are good to go.
Laurie - posted on 08/30/2009
I love the age my children are now 17 and 21 they are less work and I think that they are so much fun to do things with. I love the fact that they do not mind doing things with me. I find that they are very interesting people and I love to hear what they have to say about things.
Paula Christine - posted on 08/30/2009
I enjoyed my kids most from newborn to about age 9. I loved being home until they started going to school and catching all their milestones and watching them grow. And as they got older, I hever had a problem getting involved in their play or even initaiting something fun to do with them. My daughter(the oldest) hit the pre-teen stuff early and remains sassy to this day in which she will be 18 in 3 months. My son though still doesn't mind hanging out with mom and he is now 16 and always makes me laugh.
Tamara - posted on 08/30/2009
For us it depends on the child, My oldest would be right now (15) we have a great relationship we talk about any and everything. with my second to the oldest would be probably about 7 he would love to just cuddle and read stories to me and talk about his day now he don't want to do nothing but argue. The little two its hard to say i llove their age right now (5 and6) the learning and sharing what they are learning is fun.
User - posted on 08/28/2009
Between the ages of 5-8, what a good time! Family time was special. They enjoyed having new adventures and taking family trips. There was no attitude, no self-absorption, no worrying about them being out somewhere (they were safely tucked in their beds) driving at night, where they were at, who they were with...but that being said, now I seem to laugh a lot more with my girls (15, 17), we enjoy doing girly things like shopping or getting a pedi, talking about high school, football games, prom, and boys. And the hubby and I don't have to get a babysitter when we want to go out. So, as Cheryl said, each age has its own pros and cons. I just need an extra drink to get through these years.
Cheryl - posted on 08/28/2009
All of them!!! Each age has its own special pros and cons. I loved them as babies all snuggily and cuddily but then toddler was good because they could walk, now, if my hubby and I want to go out we don't need a babysitter! Enjoy each one and don't be in a hurry to get them from one stage to the next.
Toni - posted on 08/26/2009
I have enjoyed all stages to be honest, except ages 12-13. I was amazed watching them grow, and get more mature. I loved when they were babies, they needed me so much. Then when they started school and started getting some independence, then watching them become young men going into their teens, wow that was an adventure. But seeing them graduate high school and try to figure out what to do with the rest of their lives it totally amazing. Being a mom rocks.
Lysa - posted on 08/26/2009
Aww, you know I miss my boys being 8 and 9..I think this age was best for me because they still thought of me as "super mom"...they really thought I could make it all happen.. Now they are 17 and 18, and maybe Im not super mom anymore, but now im the "cool mom", because they can come to talk to me about girls, and fast cars, and afterwards cool mom makes her way to the kitchen, cause thats where I turn into Paula Dean... LOL.. Ya know my moma used to say when theyre little they step on your toes, when they get older they step on your heart.. Each age is a different so enjoy each day you have with them...
Mona - posted on 08/25/2009
I guess I miss my boys (now 14 & 17) when they were little guys between...4 & 7 when they wanted me to read them book after book after book. Teaching them their ABC's and 123's. I miss that constant togetherness.
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