My Daughter

Jackson, Shantay
November 2003
Teen Ink;Nov2003, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p10
The author describes what she learned from having a daughter. She says that the birth of her daughter made her believe in something. She claims that having her daughter taught her the importance of responsibility in life. She realized that she can make a difference in others' lives by encouraging them to make the right choices and avoid the wrong ones.


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