A growing number of girls are choosing to grow up with an older sibling.
One in three children under the age of 5 are living with a sibling, and in the US, a growing number are doing so.
The Associated Press examined data from the U.S. Census Bureau and found that more than 40 percent of children under age 5 live with their parents, but only 17 percent of boys do the same.
This compares to 25 percent of girls and 14 percent of men.
Gidget, the popular toy for preschoolers, has been marketed to young children since the 1990s.
The toys are now available in several countries, including the U., Australia and New Zealand, where they are marketed with the slogan “Kids like to play.”
Gidget has become such a popular toy, it is the third most-popular toy of all time in China, according to The Guardian.
The popularity of Gidget among girls has been growing, and the growth of Gipsy Girl, a popular social networking website for girls, has led to more requests for Gidget for girls than for boys.
Gipys popularity has been such that some companies have begun to market Gipies with girls as well.
The most popular girl-friendly toys for girls include The Little Mermaid and the Little Mermaid Gipsey.
Gidget is also the most popular toy among boys.
In addition to the growing number living with an elder sibling, more and more young children are becoming more comfortable living in the home.
In 2010, one in five children under 5 lived in a family home, up from one in 10 in 1996.