One In 12 Parents Admits to Having a "Favorite" Child?

Whether we like to admit it or not, everyone plays favorites. This goes for all aspects of life – even parenthood.

According to a new British survey, one in 12 parents admit to having a favorite child.

On top of that, 62 percent said that they did not give their children equal attention.

The most common reason parents gave one child special attention was due to having a “stronger bond” with that kid. Another reason was because the other children behaved worse.

Billy Greenwood

You might say Billy grew up in radio. His Dad, "Ol Uncle Gar" introduced him to the business at a very young age. For the past 25 years, he's played on radio stations around the country! When he's not in the studio, he and his wife Melissa love finding great new restaurants to try out and enjoy spending time at home with their family, Grant (17) baby Jack (1) and their two little shih Tzus, Lexi and Dallas. Life is definitely good.



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