Children to single parents tend to seem more advanced in their learning abilities?

Question by Rosie: Children to single parents tend to seem more advanced in their learning abilities?
I have noticed amongst my family and friends that children who are born to single parents or separated parents have the tendency to be more advanced in the early stages of life as opposed to children being raised by a stay at home mom with the dad at work all day.. Such as learning their ABC, they also seem to learn things faster they socialize better with people.

Is this just an observation in my point of view or has anyone else noticed this?
I don’t have any children so this is why Posted the question?

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Answer by Me, myself and I
I believe it’s just an observation in your point of view. Never noticed it. Then again, I don’t really know many single parent families.

Interesting. I think my girls are “advanced” and they are from a two-parent family. I work and they go to daycare.

I really don’t think “advancement” is defined by how many parents one has. There are other factors involved – parenting skills, genetics, environment, etc.

What do you think? Answer below!

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