According to a recent survey, Children will do this over 4,200 times before they are 18; what is it?
The answer: Argue with their parents
KIDS FIGHT WITH THEIR PARENTS THIS MANY TIMES BEFORE THEY TURN 18
Children have over 4,200 arguments with their parents by the age of 18, according to a new survey. With an average of five battles a week for 16 years of growing up (ages 2- 18), the number of disputes adds up quickly, and a new study delves into some of the battles parents face with their children growing up. On average, fights or disputes between parent and child typically last for 14 minutes, and parents estimate winning just over 60 percent of them. The most common reasons for disputes are household chores (69 percent), messy bedrooms (64 percent) and not cleaning up shared spaces (63 percent). Rounding out the top five were fights about homework (63 percent) and bedtime (52 percent). Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Sleepopolis, the survey of 2,000 parents with children aged 2-18 examined the battles parents face with their children and how sleep quality plays a role