I am not sure what your point in posting this here is. Are you concerned that too many of us are labeling our children as gifted incorrectly? I believe that most of the people who post in this forum in regard to gifted issues are working on dealing with the different emotional and developmental needs of gifted children.
I believe that both of my girls are bright. I do not know if one or both of them are "gifted" in the strictest sense of the word. My younger dd may have a higher IQ than my older one; I just don't know. However, I post mainly in relation to my older dd b/c she is the one who has issues in relation to her development that make parenting her in the most appropriate way more challenging. For the most part this relates to extreme sensitivity, struggling with the large injustices in the world, processing life if a more mature way than her same aged peers and difficulty in understanding why other six year olds don't think and worry about things in the way she does.