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Personal Narrative Essay

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Personal Narrative

If someone was to ask me whom im more like my mother or my father? I would immediately say my mother. Im constantly told im a”mini Chrissy” and when I was much younger I would cringe at hearing that, but now I understand why were really exactly the same. From our voices to the shape of our noses I am clearly my mothers daughter. And don’t even get me started on our personalities it’s like having a clone or looking in the mirror, scary to think how similar we are. But that shifted quickly of course we still had the same little button nose and our voices were identical but her fun side seemed to go out the window. It was July of 1999 and God seemed to have another ...view middle of the document...

My mom was nowhere to be found and my dad hadn’t come with us so I knew he was at home, but why was my aunt driving me home? And where was my mother?

My mother was eight months pregnant at the time and I was considered her little “helper” of course I couldn’t actually help her with much but I liked to think I could. Folding baby clothes putting away diapers, anything to set up the baby’s room I was more than happy to help her with. When we initially found out my mother was going to be having a fourth child I was a little upset to say the least, I was no longer going to be the baby of the family and all the attention was going to go off of me and onto the baby. But as soon as the fourth month rolled around I started to like the idea of having another baby. My mom and I were always attached at the hip, which meant I was always attached to Dylin. That’s her name Dylin. I was getting more and more excited by the day and I felt like I actually knew her even though she wasn’t actually here yet. But the day the computer room turned into Dylins was a little rough for me. My beloved computer was going into my older brothers room and the computer room now had a crib, diaper table and a beautiful mural on the back wall. But the fact that her room was directly across from...

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