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Difference between a mother's love and fathers love lifeslovely 17 kids; California 479 posts
19th Aug '12

do you think a father loves his kids as much as a mother loves his kids?
in my opinion I believe a mothers love is incomparable. That bond built up over gestation gives it something more. Moms will never forget their kids and would die for them. Dads love their kids as much but on a different level.
im just curious to what people think...

Cindy[+1]♥ 1 child; Kentucky 10428 posts
19th Aug '12
Quoting lifeslovely:" do you think a father loves his kids as much as a mother loves his kids? in my opinion I believe a ... [snip!] ... kids and would die for them. Dads love their kids as much but on a different level. im just curious to what people think..."


I think mom's will always have a stronger bond...

LumpySpacePrincess 2 kids; New Zealand 17060 posts
19th Aug '12

I think that a mothers love is beyond compare.



So is a fathers.

Sarah ♥ K&K 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Oceanside, CA, United States 112448 posts
status 19th Aug '12

I think my husband loves are kids just as much as I do, its completely unconditional and incomparable. My husband would die for our children.

☆jeep_mama☆ 17 kids; Grand Rapids Charter Township, Michigan 10963 posts
19th Aug '12

Honestly? Call me sexist, but I agree with you.



However, I suppose it's situational.



I know a few men who are FAR more loving than the mother. Perception is everything :)




ETA: there are a lot of factors to take into account...overall, without reducing things to specifics, I feel like mothers (USUALLY) have a stronger bond.

IOnlyMakeBoys (B.B.M) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Texas 4754 posts
19th Aug '12
Quoting ☆jeep_mama☆:" Honestly? Call me sexist, but I agree with you. However, I suppose it's situational. I know a few men ... [snip!] ... to take into account...overall, without reducing things to specifics, I feel like mothers (USUALLY) have a stronger bond."


:!: This

¡VinHaute! Memphis, Tennessee 43969 posts
19th Aug '12

Based on personal experience, I can't say one is stronger than the other. My husband is a far more dedicated parent than I am, and I feel that I'm pretty good. Not perfect though. But he is.

Mama Bird of 3 3 kids; Missouri 6686 posts
19th Aug '12
Quoting lifeslovely:" do you think a father loves his kids as much as a mother loves his kids? in my opinion I believe a ... [snip!] ... kids and would die for them. Dads love their kids as much but on a different level. im just curious to what people think..."


moms naturally have a stronger bond but i think daddies can have a bond just as strong too :)

DeanJade&Mak's Mom 3 kids; Covina, CA, United States 8822 posts
19th Aug '12

My husband is way more loving than I am... he's more affectionate. I love my kids and would die for them but I can see the difference the way we are with the kids...

One_Hott_Momma 2 kids; Michigan 779 posts
19th Aug '12

I know my DH loves our kids just as much as I do. He has a lot more patience than I do too lol. I think it's amazing because he has been our 7 year olds father since she was 18 months and he loves her just as much as I do and as much as a father should! I think it's super important for kids to grow up with both a mother and a father (or something close to those thing) even if they aren't together because each parent brings something different to the table and can help a child to be well-rounded.

.:Stacy Renee:. 19 kids; Ohio 6509 posts
19th Aug '12

I think Mothers & Fathers (well most Fathers) love their children just the same, unconditionally. But I think that each show their love differently.



I know without a doubt that DH loves our children as much as I do... But we do things so differently. I know that our kids will never question whether their Father loves them as much as their Mother.

Squid Kid Due July 2; 1 child; 5 angel babies; Tennessee 27645 posts
19th Aug '12

My daughter's father is not her mother.
Her mother is not her Father.



They play different roles in her life and have different loves and things to teach.



Both are invaluable for her growth.



They are not comparable.

Bethy-Poodles Due November 14; 2 kids; Prosser, Washington 5867 posts
19th Aug '12

Same level different pedestal. Mom's and dad's show their love in a different way, but I would never say that a mother loves more than the father, or vise versa. It's the same amount, shown different ways.

user banned 17 kids; Boston, MA, United States 9473 posts
19th Aug '12

i dont think its the relationship as much as the individual.




some fathers are dead beat douchbags who dont give a shit, some mothers are just as bad.
I would honestly think that rick and i love logan the same...

~Deer Eyes~ Due June 12; 4 kids; Norfolk, VA, United States 1889 posts
19th Aug '12

I agree that it is completely situational. My SO loves my kids as if he has always been there and was their own father. My kids' bio doesn't give a crap. And I adore my stepson just as much as I do my own kids.