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BloviatingBuffoon BloviatingBuffoon 70+, F 20 Answers Nov 4, 2012 in Parenting & Family

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spouse. They are easier to replace.

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So vulgar! It's not that easy ok!

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Everyone does not see as vulgar. Anything that is worthwhile is worth the time.

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my husband always is. If I do what is best for my daughter and she is disappointed she can complain all she wants because it won't change my mind. I'm her mother not her friend. I wish my mom was a mom more than a friend.

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Well thats a hard one cuz i hav neither but if i did it wud be a hard one cuz ya hav to upset ya child sometimes to keep them in check but a spouse hmmm i dont like sleeping on sofas :)

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Definitely, my spouse...he's a big boy, he can simply deal with it.....I'd be crushed if my kids were, though....

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Spouse.

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Don't have either one, but I choose the children. I can't be expected to bend my life according to the wishes of a 5 year old or anything. They don't understand the turns life can take.

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Spouse.....

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I'd rather have everyone disappointed in me. That way I really don't have to spend much time thinking about it.

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None

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spouse.

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A disappointed spouse - easy to fix. Not so much for the young'uns who may be just unreasonable.

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I'd rather please my spouse, but that's merely conjecture as I have none

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I don't have either one..but if I had to choose, I would pick children..I hate kids -.-

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I'd rather have my spouse be disappointed in me because at least they'd learn better but a child would take it more seriously.

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