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Is it more shocking when the mother tries to kill her own child than the father?

Anonymous
These are two different cases of a parent nearly succeeding at killing their child. In one the father does it and in another it's the mother.

Dave Dave
https://apnews.com/article/3afd64a67adc4b42ab805ec0b49f948a
He passed away two years ago at the age of 42 (pnemonia was the cause) but when he was 6 years old, his father took him to a motel and promised they would go to Disneyland. Instead he gave his son sleeping pills, poured kerosene in the room, lit the room and left. This left the boy permanently disfigured with horrific burns for life.

Ashley Smith
https://www.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/national/article93145457.html#:~:text=When%20Ashley%20Smith%20was%20just,She%20is%2015%20now.
When she was only 14 months old, her mother placed her in an oven and turned it on. The girl's father heard her screamings and got her out on time. Her recovery has been long and painful. It took 28 surgeries over 10 years to repair the third-degree burns that charred and scarred more than a third of her toddler body. She is 15 now.

Obviously neither of them deserved to be parents but when the own mother tries to kill her child in a horrific way, is it more shocking than when the father does it?
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