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It was the morning of September 19 1997 This was my very first encounter with my mother Now even though I dont remember this encounter too well it was the beginning of a wonderful bumpy and exciting road that is immortal This road is my blueprint that is constantly changing Even though I dont like to admit it too often Im a mere reflection of my mothers youth with a modern twist of whom I am I may not know about other moms but my beloved mother has always been an independent intelligent and loving mother to meMy mother had me at a young age of sixteen My mother was gorgeous and extremely goofy She had a pleasurable body figure with long maple brown hair honey caramel skin and a mesmerizing personality that would grab hold of your attention and just wouldnt let go Everyone was hypnotized by her beauty and grace So it didnt come to my surprise when my mother told me when my father saw her for the first time he said he had to have her However he soon realized my mother wasnt so easily swayed He constantly annoyed my mother until she gave up and gave him a chance My mother couldnt help but fall for my father charm and flattery My father has dark chocolate skin with thick course hair braided to the backSo it wasnt long before they were an item They laughed flirted were affectionate and furthermore being teenagers Yet being teens has one flaw having hormones They were tested and 9 months later popped out a milk chocolate goofy baby girl that was named Gabrielle Of course it wasnt easy on my mother considering my father decided to leave all his fatherly duties to my mother She was a young teenage who had to grow up before she was able to live Now my mother decided to do something others wouldnt even attempt She decided to
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