My brother Dian recently turned 13, and that means he’s entering that stage of his life called puberty. Puberty has already hit Dian and I just can’t accept my little baby brother is growing up.
He’s taller than me, he’s growing a mustache, and he’s putting deodorant on before he goes to school. Just like any person becoming a teen, he’s learning a whole new way of looking after himself.
I watch my brother and my dad teach him the ways of how to look after himself as he becomes a man, and as his older sister, I find it hard to stand back and not be involved.Read more on themighty.com