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Old 06-18-2004, 10:21 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by sltate
Usually your first born is raised by your parents, but since I married a Comanche,well....LOL In this day and age, grandparents help with the raising anyways.
I haven't heard this in a long time and it's true. My mother raised my first daughter until my mother passed away. I am raising my daughter now but my sister still takes over the role of mom sometimes. My mother worked hard in trying to keep our traditions alive and my sister and I continue to preserve what we were taught.

My sister has no problem getting after my children when they get out of hand and I had people ask me why it doesn't bother me. I simply say.......they're her kids too! ;)
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