Continue reading for Nelia’s full essay: Hello my name is Nelia and I’m going to tell you my happiest day of my life.
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Then that day when my mom came to pick me up I told her “I want a little sister.” She stood in silence. The Fourth day my uncle picked me up from school but when we arrived at the hospital My sister wasn’t in the room.
She told me “Maybe not now but soon.” I asked her why not now? She explained to me that taking care of me is way to much responsibility but when I’m older perhaps I could have a sister. When the baby was in my hands I though of how much fun I would have with her and how we will grow together So gave it another chance. My sister was so small and while she was asleep I held her and she was my new dream. ” my mom said “Nathalie.” The doctor said they were only going to stay For Four days so my mom could get better. My mom was in her regular clothes but she was crying because the doctors said my sister was yellow so they stood in the hospital for one more day.
A star student in Mar Vista’s After-School Tutoring program, Nelia is a sixth-grader at Mark Twain Middle School.
She enjoys drawing manga-style art, is learning Korean, and loves YA literature!