My birth affected my family in many different ways, although I had two older sisters. My parents still had to buy a lot of new things for me. I was another member of the family! My sisters says that when I was little it was annoying for me to be the troublemaker. My family accepted me and I am thankful for that.
Since I am the oldest child, I’ve always had to send a good message to my younger siblings and take responsibility for my actions when I didn’t. No one can have perfect character, it is impossible because everyone makes mistakes. I have shown responsibility by doing what 's right even though there might be consequences. When I make a mistake, I feel very bad and try to make up for it by making sure the work is perfect. I am always honest even though I know I could alway take the easy way out by cheating or lying.
As a twelve year old, I was often asked to babysit young children. Starting off caring for young family members quickly escalated to other babies and toddlers, which gave me an astounding sense of responsibility. My father is one of seven children, making my family rather large. I grew up surrounded by seventeen younger cousins, which immediately allowed me to experience how babies and young children act on a daily basis. Exposure to people who can not function fully on their own assisted me and built me into who I am today.
I believe that the individual attention that I received and the opportunity of being able to study areas that I had interest it will help me in my future. I have two older sisters, eight and ten years older than myself. They helped teach me to learn to read by the age of four and instilled music into my life. I also had a bonus sister who is not blood-related, but needed help and moved into our home when she was thirteen. I always
1. Historical Narrative I was born in Dallas, Texas, in December of 1994. My parents were unmarried teenagers at the time of my birth and they married each other when I was eight years old. I lived with my mother, grandparents, and uncle until my parents married as an only child and I was collectively raised by all of my family members.
I am the oldest of three, and I want to be the person that everyone in my family can look up to as inspiration. Everyday I make an one and a half hour trip to Marist in order to become successful. Despite my challenges at school, I always reflect on my family back in Haiti, whom are not in the best condition. Furthermore, I learned to never
From a young age, I learned to be very independent, and this independence has led me to gain leadership skills that have proven valuable in school. As Vice-President of National Honor Society, I have helped take charge of more than a hundred members and helped direct and organize community service events. Such as the Harvest Fall Festival or visiting nursing homes
I grew up with two older sisters in a single parent household. I learned to be
When I was a kid, we had a lot of parties, reunions, and gatherings because we wanted to stay in touch and catch-up which taught me the importance of family and maintaining that relationship. My parents showed me how hard work can pay off. They showed me how to treat others with kindness because that 's they way
Then, when I was in sixth grade, I was eligible to be in Student Council, but I was new at the school and very shy. Anyways, I was going to wait until next year, but my mom pushed me and she told me that I should give it a try. Then I ran for Spirit Commissioner and everything was new for me. I had to learn how the procedures work. First, we had t get at least twenty signatures from the school that are going to vote for me.
My high school career finally began and in the first week the announcements were made discussing the process for anyone interested in running for office. The necessary preparations were made and I was placed on the ballot, along with a number of other prospective students. My opponents and I campaigned for a whole
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Hi, my name’s Donovan. I’m 17 years old and graduated this year with honors. I was raised with Christian values in mind, and attended a Methodist school. I was raised in the Christian faith yet I find myself, as with some of my friends who were raised in the same conditions, we seem to be growing farther away from our upbringing as we age. I find myself simply not understanding as time goes by, a complete polar opposite from the song ‘Farther Along’.
Overall, being the eldest child is stressful, in addition, the eldest child has to share everything with their younger siblings. However, if I wasn’t the oldest child and instead had an older sister instead of younger brothers, although I can’t imagine my life without those little brats around, a lot would probably change. Since I would have fewer responsibilities, fewer expectations, someone other than my parents and friends to rely on, and someone to talk to other than my mom and friends. I would probably become rebellious since I don’t have to worry much about responsibilities and expectations, for example, I wouldn’t care much about my grades since my older sister would get
but I was always taught to be thankful of the things that I had and to not be so selfish. Having two other siblings helped me prevent the want of being selfish. I do not know what I would do without my family. My family is very inspiring because they show me all aspects on how I should live my life through their experiences like education, parenting, and work ethic.