I voted 3, but I'm more of 2,5. I do not consider myself weird because I act weird, but because I am distinctly different from other girls my age. I've surprised people more than once when asked (or not asked) my opinion about certain matters. I act very mature for my age but I do LOOK pretty young.
ALso, not having any desire to have children makes me different from other women by definition.
Apparently my personality really differs from what people expect when they first get to know me. But I am very honest and straightforward, and I do not like to conform just for the sake of conforming, so they find out pretty quickly that I'm not "normal". I obey to rules of law (mostly because I agree with them) and I am polite, because I like to be treated likewise, but I will not DO stuff JUST because I want to be considered normal.
I consider "normal" as a shitty term anyway. "normal" is about conformity, people want others to think they're not insane but if they'd be really true to themselves and not afraid to stand out, I think there would not be such thing as conformity anymore. It's all in the line of people being a "herd-species" so standing out = bad.
Koneko: Daycare is not a fit for every parent and every child, and can be a hard transition, but from my experience the better-adjusted and more developmentally advanced children are the ones who go to daycare at least twice a week.
bit offtopic, and as a declared childfree person I might not be the greatest source but I distinctly remember when I was a kid, my mum started working again when I was 6 and that greatly improved my independence from a small age. I had to walk home with my little sister after school(which was 5 mins and perfectly safe) , which really boosted a feeling of independancy and responsablitity. Some (bad) stuff that happened in our family which caused my parents to focuss mainly on my brother for a fair deal of time kind-of finished the job. As a teenager I was very mature for my age already, and it really helped me deal with some heavy and bad issues at a fairly young age.
tl;dr: encourage independance from a young age is a good thing ^^