My family is important to me because they support me. For example, last year at the spelling bee, I got out on my first word. Even though I got out, my family was still there to cheer me on and to support me. Another example was in first grade when I started to get scared for the program. My mom and dad were there so I felt a lot better. I did the program without messing up.
Another reason that my family is important to me is because they help me. For instance, one time I was crying about my sister hurting me and then my brother gave me a hug. I felt like there was nothing to be sad about any more. Another example is when one time I lost all of my Halloween candy and my little sister, Taylor, gave me some of her candy. That made me so happy.
The last and most important reason why my family is important to me is because they’re always there for me. For example, once I was in the hospital, and my grandpa went to my house to watch my siblings while my mom came to see me. Another example happened at the Provo Recreation Center. I was going to go on the high dive and I was scared. My dad got in the water and waited for me. Then I jumped off. I felt like a bird that fell out of the sky. I hit the water. When I got out of the water my family was clapping and cheering me on.
My family is important to me because they support me, help me, and are always there for me. Other people should care about this because families care about each other. In other words, families stick together no matter what.