An Open Letter To My Step Parents And Siblings
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An Open Letter To My Step Parents And Siblings

So thankful to have you in my life.

An Open Letter To My Step Parents And Siblings

An Open Letter to my Step Parents & Step Siblings

Dear Step mom & dad,

Thank you for being the best you can be for my parents. Yes, it was tough at first because I thought it was different from other families, but I eventually moved on from that struggle because you guys will always be family to me through thick and thin. You not only try hard to make this family great, but you love to make us all laugh, which is a great feature to have.

Some people don’t understand what it’s like to have both of their parent’s remarried or even just divorced in general. If parent’s divorce while you were still a young child, you might be confused about why this happened or why my family is different from others? It’s hard adjusting to that at first, but then both parents remarry and are both happy. You think to yourself that all I want is for them to be happy and if they are both happy, then I am happy.

Once both parents remarry to someone else, things become a little different and sometimes even difficult, but overall, you are happy with your step parents because they treat your mother and father the way you hoped that they would treat them. They’re sort of like a best friend to you.

To my Step siblings,

Thank you for being you and always having my back like a true sibling and best friend would. Being your step sibling has been a blessing since day one when our parents married. We’ve had so many laughs and good times and I couldn’t be more thankful. Family is everything and I would do anything to just be with them. We do have our tough times however, just like any other sibling would. Just don’t forget that no matter where we are, I always have your back, like you always do for me. Thank you for all you do for me.


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