The Stereotypes Of Being A Middle Child

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I have the privilege of being a big and little sister, so as you can guess, I am the middle child. When people here the term “middle child” they cringe and think of the typical stereotypes, forgotten, trouble maker, attention seeker, but being a middle child to me is opposite of those stereotypes, it’s a blessing. My sisters are the biggest blessing in my life, there names are Jillian and Bella. Jillian is my older sister and we are only 18 months apart, so we both went through our awkward adolescence phase’s together, it was not pretty. All my life I have looked up to her and am proud of who she has become because it was not an easy journey. Bella is my litter sister and we are six years apart from each other, she is now going through …show more content…
They got caught up with hanging out with older boys, drinking and partying. She was caught twice for drinking but now that she is 21 she drinks responsibly. She has a hard time of using he word “no” when it comes to her friends. She is afraid of disappointing her friends or seen as uncool for not going to a party or doing exactly what they were doing. Her friends would always blame her when they were caught with alcohol or hide the evidence in her car, this did not help her to overcome her self …show more content…
This was the time my role as being her second mom was in full command. I was the first person she told when she said she had not eaten anything for two days and I immediately told my mom. She was mad at me for doing this but I did not mind because I know that I was helping her. At school I always made sure that I had extra food with me because she would come up to me in the hallway, ask if I had any extra food and I would give her my lunch. The extra food was mainly for me to make sure I had lunch if she ate mine. After school I would make her her favorite sandwich, a wrap filled with lettuce, roast beef, pickles, American cheese, goldfish, pesto sauce then dipped in Cesar dressing. It is as gross as it sounds but she ate it so I made it. I learned a lot about cooking during this time because I would make her eggs and French toast, anything that would fill her up. I realized that I am a great cook and now I love trying new recipes. She thankfully gained weight and is doing a lot better with her eating habits and is now starting to

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