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I’ill Be Having A Little Brother Soon - a short story by A.B.King

   10 years old Barney knew something was up but he just didn’t know what it was. His parents had been acting a bit strange lately.
   Since they were not going to tell him, he decided to eavesdrop when his parents where alone in the kitchen.
   In spite of how many times he had been told that eavesdropping is wrong and a good Christian shouldn’t dream of eavesdropping no matter what, Barney still choose to eavesdrop when his Mum and Dad where both doing the dishes. Barney didn’t hear much of the conversation but he heard his Mum asking his Dad; “How do you think Barney would take having a little brother?”
   “I think he would just have to take it rather nicely”, his Dad answered.
   That’s it, Barney thought. That’s why they’ve been acting so strange. He was going to have a little brother.
   Barney was so excited that he was going to have a little brother to play with. He was not going to be an only child anymore. He decided to prepare. He was going to be a big brother. He started working out; just in case he needed to protect his little brother. He started reading more; so that his little brother can have a really smart big brother to be proud of. He started cleaning his room; so his little brother can have a neat big brother to emulate.
   Barney’s parents noticed all the changes in Barney and wondered what had come over him. They tried all they could to find out but they came up with nothing.
    Barney used all his piggy bank money to buy some cool new baby stuff that he taught were too cool for his parents to know about and therefore can’t buy for the baby themselves.
   Barney’s Mum later found the baby stuff that Barney had bought carefully hidden in his bedroom, when she went to get his laundry.
   Barney’s parents asked for an explanation and he told them that he knew he was going to have a little brother that he had heard them talk about it in the kitchen.
   His parents laughed and told him they were talking about a sitcom they had watched that has a character named Barney.
   Barney’s parents told him it served him right that all his piggy bank money had been wasted. That’s what he gets for eavesdropping instead of being the modest Christian kid they have been teaching him to be. And as for his becoming neat and now reading more, and working out more; that’s a good thing.

THE END.

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