British researchers found that girl babies had significantly larger vocabularies than boys as early as 18 and 24 months. This site complies with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information. Girls, on average, can pee on their own a big milestone by 33 months, but it takes until month 37 for boys to get there. While the reading-faces skill begins at birth, both nature and nurture play a role — the difference in ability is more than twice as pronounced in grown-up men and women as it is in little ones. Another study found that baby girls would rather look at faces than mobiles, while the opposite was true for boys. It turns out that gender differences aren't that significant — though there are a few that start in the womb and continue through childhood. Girls, hands down, ditch their diapers faster than boys — sometimes a lot faster.
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