View Poll Results: Do you have boys, girls, both or no children?

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  • Both boy(s) and girl(s)

    18 38.30%
  • I don't have kids

    5 10.64%
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    Do you have boys,girls or both?

    Do you have a child or children of your own? What do you have a boy, girl, or both?

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    Why ?

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    ALL GIRLS!!!!!

    Sure, why not. I've two sets of maternal twins {2 mothers} that come from Tahitian and Marquesan blood - 28 and 27 years. 1 15 YO in Sukhothai of Thai Yai/Lao ancestry. 2 in Surin at 10 and 12 years respectively...very Khmer/Thai.
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    I have a boy.

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    One boy, one girl, Man and woman actually 28 & 26. Oh, and 7 month old grand-daughter.

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    I have a girl who will be 3 on the 17th- wow does time fly!
    And a boy who will be 18 months at the end of this month

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    1 Girl 2 Boys (none with same mother) and 2 Boy grand kids

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    22 year old daughter, RN

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    16 month old daughter

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    All girls . . . from 2 1/2 to 11 1/2 years of age. Love 'em, love 'em, love 'em

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    1 boy from my first doomed marriage and a daughter with my Thai wife.

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    ^Two grown up girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    All girls . . . from 2 1/2 to 11 1/2 years of age. Love 'em, love 'em, love 'em
    Sugar and spice, and every thing nice

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    3 girls and 2 boys!

    All different in their own way but I love them all equally and with no favourite.

    Well don't tell that to the youngest and the little angel in my avatar!

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    Have to note, and after early post results are coming in that there is a high proportion of bloke posters here with predominantly female chromozomes!

    Not that that matters.............just very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    there is a high proportion of bloke posters here with predominantly female chromozomes!
    because they have daughters does not mean that they have female chromozones.

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    As far as I know Lil the male determines the sex of the child and depending upon the male/ female gene structure in the male sperm chromozome make up.

    Mothers only carry 1 factor and when it comes to the possible sex of child and males carry both in varying proportions.

    I may be wrong sweetheart but I don't think I am.

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    Got one girl - 28 with two grand daughters + 3 step-grand-daughters from her husbands first marriage!
    Got a son -26 with one daughter

    My UK Ex was one of 3 daughters and her mum was one of a family with 6 kids - ALL GIRLS !!!



    My brother has 5 kids - ALL BOYS !

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    More women than men are required for breeding purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    As far as I know Lil the male determines the sex of the child and depending upon the male/ female gene structure in the male sperm chromozome make up. Mothers only carry 1 factor and when it comes to the possible sex of child and males carry both in varying proportions. I may be wrong sweetheart but I don't think I am.
    Yes, but all males have the capacity to have both male and female children, the world would have ended if not so.

    It does not mean that men who have daughters have female chromosones.

    That is just silly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy
    More women than men are required for breeding purposes.
    Well, of course. Males take two minutes females take nine months and two minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    More women than men are required for breeding purposes.
    If you wanna breed with my ex mother-in-law or any of her sisters you are a braver man than me Gunga Din !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    a high proportion of bloke posters here with predominantly female chromozomes!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lily
    It does not mean that men who have daughters have female chromosones.
    I wish you would read my post dear!

    Men with predominantly higher levels of female chromozones have far greater chances of having only girls Lil. Some blokes can only have boys and so it goes!

    Shish....... you seem to like to be argumentative sometimes and without studying the posts. If I am wrong please accept my sincere apology in advance but I think my thoughts are correct in this case Lil.

    Anyway google it and find out for yourself!

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    What determines your baby’s sex




    Both the man’s sperm and the woman’s egg play a part in determining the gender of a baby.
    Every normal human cell contains 46 chromosomes, except for the male sperm and female eggs, which contain 23 chromosomes each. When the sperm fertilises the egg, the 23 chromosomes from the father pair with the 23 from the mother, making 46 in all.
    The chromosomes are tiny threadlike structures which each carry about 2,000 genes. The genes determine the baby’s inherited characteristics, such as hair and eye colour, blood group, height and build.
    The fertilised egg contains one sex chromosome from the mother and one from the father. The sex chromosome from the mother’s egg is always the same and is known as the X chromosome. But the sex chromosome from the father’s sperm may be an X or a Y chromosome.
    If the egg is fertilised by a sperm containing an X chromosome, the baby will be a girl (XX). If the sperm contains a Y chromosome, then the baby will be a boy (XY).
    What determines your baby’s sex
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    The latest research in this area, at the University of Auckland, shows that dominant and confident women are more likely to have boys because the fertilised egg is exposed to higher female testosterone levels. Dr Valerie Grant, who led that research, says this work suggests that the sex of offspring in mammals may not be a matter of chance. Instead, sex allocation may be a finely tuned adaptation to the mother and her condition at or around the time of conception.

    Can you choose your baby's sex? - Health News, Health & Wellbeing - The Independent
    So basically mouthy Western women are more likely to conceive boys than their feminine Asian sisters.

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