I can understand why Andrew would be really quiet especially since he was shy. My sister has always been a talker. She takes over conversations, and she interrupts. Even if it's just the two of us, she manages to still take over the conversation so that I can't even get a word in. She is just non-stop. I pretty much have no hope in engaging in a conversation if there is more people around. When we were kids, she was like that too. She and Karen aren't too similar in personality (she never pulled a lot of the stuff Karen did) but they both talk a lot. According to my mom, the first three years of my life I barely talked. She is only a year older than me, but she still took over conversations a lot. There was a time when my mom thought I was behind in talking, and she took me to a speech therapist when I was three. The therapist told my mom I was fine, and I talked a lot when we were together, I was just shy and I let my sister do all the talking for me. If I didn't have to talk, then I wouldn't. My sister would tell my mom when I wanted milk or something. Although Andrew isn't as bad as I was, I can understand why he is quiet. I barely see my family because I live in a different city than the town I grew up in. On Christmas, I could not catch up with anyone about my life because my sister took over the whole conversation. There was something I wanted to tell them, but they still don't know about it.
Last Edit: Dec 29, 2013 20:40:19 GMT -5 by ashley868
I was shy all my life. I just wasn't a person, who like talking so much. Cause some of the words, were harder to pronounce. I know, some people who were talkers, be non stop. It's like, can you let someone talk for a while.