Um, ok...just to give you warning, if you DO choose to pick a young kitten, better be prepared--it's like having another human toddler to keep a sharp eye on. It'll require you to kittenproof your entire house, plus they tend to have loose stools sooner or later, get into trouble, chew on things when they teethe, sometimes get sick (due to underdeveloped immune system) will demand frequent feeding, clean ups, scooping the boxes, vet visit (wellness checks, vaccinations, spay/neuter), and LOTS of play time to burn off that high energy, especially if you only get a single kitten. My vote goes to a young cat for you, especially to a home with toddlers.
All that said, kitties no matter which breed, are pure love--especially those that chooses you and your family. Hopefully you'll find a great match soon! Good luck!