So, yesterday, we talked about whether or not one should find out the sex of their baby before the birth. Today...we're discussing whether or not a boy or a girl would be better.
Me? I'm indifferent. As long as the kid has 2 arms, 2 legs and can fly...I'll be happy.
Shaundar wants a girl...a lot. I am gently trying to prepare her for the fact that it may not be a girl. I think we'll be okay as we are finally starting to settle on potential boy names as well as girl names.
But, what's better? Having a boy or having a girl?
Kids are cute when they're kids no matter what. Although, with a boy, you do have to worry about that crazy ray gun that may occasionally fire during changings. Regardless...when I think of this question, I don't typically think of babies.
I think of teenagers.
I should start this explanation with a disclaimer. I hate teenagers. I think a great way to assist in population control is to get rid of all the teenagers. Anyone between 13 and 17 and a half, put them on a shuttle and send them to Mars. I'll even settle for a deserted island in the middle of the Arctic.
Boy teenagers are going to be sleeping around, getting in fights, joining gangs, being all macho and picking on the band geeks (something I am totally unfamiliar with), and holing up in their room playing violent video games and plotting vandalism of the school library.
Girl teenagers are going to be bringing those boys home, wearing skimpy clothing, shouting phrases like, "I Hate you!" and "You ruined my life!", getting pregnant, and spending all my money on makeup.
Time to start saving up for boarding school.
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