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By Trew Love - / Tuesday 3 May 2016 06:25 / Canada - Fort Saint John
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By  Tripartita  |  42

Eh, no need to worry, OP. She probably just got you confused with one of her other daughters from her secret families. It's difficult to keep all that stuff straight, especially when one child enters adulthood and leaves.

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  Miss_Whipped  |  40

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  pandalover69  |  26

Because back in the day they didn't have all that information we have now. My great aunt, who's in her 90s, doesn't actually know what day her birthday is because because the dates aren't the same on some official documents, and she's the youngest of 7 so her parents didn't remember which day it was either.

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  lucythomson  |  23

My grandmother's birthday is registered a day after she was actually born because all of the nurses had gone home. That means they had to wait until the morning to register her. She only found out last year - when she turned 70 - when she found it in her dad's journal.

By  Tripartita  |  42

Eh, no need to worry, OP. She probably just got you confused with one of her other daughters from her secret families. It's difficult to keep all that stuff straight, especially when one child enters adulthood and leaves.

By  ssnow_fml  |  20

Probably all the drugs the doctors gave her during labor made her forget what the real day was. Or you were lied to your whole life and your birthday is actually a few days later.

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