National brother and sister day
It was in the winter of 1993. I lived with my parents and cat in a sweet little house in an old fortified town. I was nine years old and drank hot chocolate on the couch.
M ’ n parents said they wanted to tell me something.
I really had no idea what was going on. It even made me a little nervous.
For nine years I had been the only child. I was having a good time but also really wanted a brother or sister. I understood at a young age that you are not in control of that.
That the wish for a child can be incredibly large, but that you just have to wait if it is given to you.
So I hoped for a brother or sister in silence.
On a winter day in 1993 it was finally time. The three of us sat on the couch and drunk hot chocolate. I still remember exactly that moment.
My mother told me that I would finally get a brother or sister. I quickly took a sip of chocolate and pretended to enjoy that warm cup against my face. Behind that cup, however, I got the tears in my eyes.
Apparently as a nine -year -old I thought it was not cool to cry with joy.
But man, I was so happy. Finally I would no longer be alone and get a little brother or sister. I thought it was so cool.
In June 1994 the time had come. In the middle of the night I was brought to my aunt. He lived on the route to the hospital so that worked out fine. I slept that night with my aunt in the big bed.
At least sleep..
I especially stare at the ceiling a lot, knowing that my brother or sister would almost be there. ’ in the morning I was taken to school and fairly quickly the director came to walk into the classroom. Whether I wanted to come to the phone. My father called my brother was born.
How happy I was!
Finally a brother!
More than a year later I received another special statement. I would get another brother or sister. I couldn’t get my luck.
I was so happy with my little brother and now just another little one was added.
In the winter of 1996 my little sister was born. I was very proud. I just had a brother and a sister.
Now, years later, I am still very proud of my brother and sister. Despite the age difference, we have a very special bond. I think it’s very special to see them grow up consciously.
That is an additional advantage of the large age difference. On a national brother and sister day I want to say that I love you a lot!
What kind of band do you have with your brother/sister?
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