Well, it appears as though my grand baby has been playing on my phone and possibly erased the largest part of this post. Excuse me a moment while I re-type it…
I swear, we are not inbred. Don’t listen to that kid!
Yesterday for Easter, the boys & I went to visit family. My oldest son wanted to introduce his girlfriend to his sisters, so we took her along with us. On the long trip, I heard him explaining to her several of the people she’d meet. This is how we became inbred in one very short conversation, hosted by a 15 yr old boy!
Just to set the genealogy straight, the boys have 4 sisters. 2 of which they are very close to & 2 that they do not see very much. On Easter we went to visit the 2 youngest girls (Audrey and Ashley) at their mom’s house (Vick – but the boys call her Bebe). Bebe has another daughter (Sheri – called She-she).
Sister Audrey’s Family: Audrey, Justin (boy friend) , Eli, Anikan, Mara
Sister Ashley’s Family: Ashley, Emmie, and Miles
Loving Friend Sheri’s Family: Sheri, Justin (boy friend), Triston
Dad’s Ex-wife Vicki’s Family: Vicki, David, Audrey, Ashley, Sheri
Loving Friend Deb (who is Vicki’s sister) Family: Deb and Allie
Now that this is laid out about as simple as I can, here is what my 15 yr old son told his girl friend. I placed a star next to the incorrect statements:
You’re gonna meet all 3 of my sisters. There’s Audrey, Ashley, and *She-she. Audrey lives with my *brother in law* Justin and they have a lot of kids. They have Eli, Mara, and Anny. Then there’s Ashley. She has Miles and Emmie. My other sister, *She-she is married to *my cousin Justin and *their kid is Triston. Their mom is my *aunt Bebe and she is married to my cousin David. Then there’s my *aunt Deb and her daughter Allie, *my cousin. Oh yeah, we are *part black, so if you’re racist, that’s not good.
And you don’t want to mess with me cause they all love me and would be very mad at you.
No one will see the humor in this that our family did, I am sure. But we laughed and laughed over this dissertation of our genealogy.