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Victoria Barrett Jan 19
Former poor kids: what are some things you have in your house that you *never* had as a kid, things your not-poor friends would never consider luxuries?
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Everett Sizemore
The right shoes. A 🚗 that would start most mornings. A dad. Someone to ask if I'd done my homework or brushed my teeth. Cereal without roaches in it. A house... But I had a mom who raised 3 boys on her own, working 3rd shift overtime at a factory because she ♥️d us. So. :-)
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Carla Lewis Jan 20
When I was 11, Kmart had a clearance sale on McGregor sneakers for under $5 a pair. Mom bought my size and then every size above in half size increments. From 6th grade until 1stv year in college, as my foot grew, I'd switch to the next larger size.
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Mike Jan 21
Ditto to the car, dad, and dedicated mom!
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Der einzig Moritz Jan 21
A dad is not a thing.
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I like that Flo Milli girl Jan 21
Replying to @balibones
May I ask you a personal question? Do you now or in the past resent your mom for not being able to fully provide for you and your siblings?
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Carmen Dominguez Jan 21
Roaches in the cereal😩😩😩. We had those too.
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Ryan Winchester Jan 21
So glad I grew up where roaches are not really a thing 😱
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Tuesday GJ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺 Jan 21
Did that love make the difference? I bet it did but I’ve always wondered if true parental love could overcome this kind of trauma?
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Dawn Butler Jan 21
Good shoes that fit. Skin care products that actually work with my skin.
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Deirdre Rad Jan 21
I’m glad life is more stable economically for you. It sounds like you had love from your family. ❤️
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ILoveBrownLiquor Jan 22
My mom worked as a LPN and raise my 2 sisters and myself. She also had a house that no heat and my dad was not there. My mom worked her butt off for us and I’m happy that I had the chance to thank my mom for everything she has done and gone thru.
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