Caitlin Margaret’s Answer
My longer answer:
It doesn't really matter which language you start with - learning any language will go a long way towards helping you learn to code in general. Picking up other languages is much less difficult once you understand the basics of how programming works. I think Python is an easy language that made sense to me when I started learning it, and it made learning another language (Ruby) much easier. You will definitely run into 'grammar' problems where you accidentally use the wrong syntax, but it gets easier over time. I accidentally write Python in my Ruby scripts constantly.
If you have trouble learning one language, don't be afraid to try learning a different one instead. Certain languages can feel frustrating when you start out, and it is fine to try a different until you learn the basics.