No. The extra chromosomes in these conditions result from an error in cell division when an egg or sperm is formed, or after fertilization. Males have one X chromosome and females have two, so both the mother and father can contribute an extra X. Since females lack any Y chromosomes, only males can contribute an extra Y to their child. In 48,XXYY, the error in cell division occurs when the sperm is formed. The father contributes the extra X and Y chromosomes, in all cases.