Childhood Is More Important Than Just Growing Up And Learning New Things

792 Words Oct 13th, 2015 4 Pages
Childhood is far more important than just growing up and learning new things. Every event or experience we have as children shape us into who we will become and how we will behave. Everyone has different experiences and that makes it their own. With each experience that happens to me or you, big or small, affects us in different ways and we each handle or cope with it the way we think is best. The way I would cope with something another could cope with it a totally different way. Each experience I have had has made me who I am today and I am grateful for that, but there is one experience in particular that as affected me even until now that I 'm an adult. From the time I actually remember growing up life was fantastic. If someone were to ask me how life was for me when I was about 5 years old I 'm 100% positive I would have said I have the best life anyone could ask for, especially the best mom and dad of all time. Even though my home wasn 't the greatest, biggest, and prettiest on the block I thought it was because home was always a happy place to be. My older brother and I were living with both of our parents, which was just the best thing ever I thought. He and I weren 't the closest of siblings, but we made it work the best we could. As for mom she was the best. She 's worked ever since I can remember, which wasn 't very common back then because the father or the man of the house was supposed to work. That was the opposite for my family. My father did work, but he did…

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