Getting Mistaken As A Sister

It happened again today.

I was riding the public transport and a guy pointed at my eldest daughter.

"Is she your younger sister?" he asked.

"No, she's my daughter," I answer.

He quickly apologizes and then asks at what age I was married. I said I was married quite young.

This happens to me a lot, getting mistaken to be a big sister. In all fairness, we do have only a small gap. Plus, I act childish sometimes. You should see when we fight which channel we should watch. It's hilarious.
mareliberum mareliberum
1 Response Jan 12, 2013

Happens to me all the time. I'm 27. My son will be 11 this year. Everyone thinks he is my brother until I correct them. Then shocked they say they don't believe me. I do have a baby face and get mistaken for 18 -20 alot. Get carded everywhere. So trust me I know what your goin through