My father often buys new clothes for me.
He knows my likes and dislikes in this matter and his choice is always right.
My mother is delighted most to see me in my new, clothes on my birthday, but Mini, my little sister, sometimes starts a quarrel. She wants to have her birthday on the same day.
My elder brother says I am fast growing out of my clothes.
That gives me a chance to have new clothes every six months
. I am tired of wearing my blue shorts and white shirt uniform, to school day by day.
I have special clothes for festivals and visits.
I have shorts and vests for everyday wear at home but a sweater and a Woollen jacket for winter.
My mother washes my clothes and irons them every two or three days.
The school prize for clean dress often comes to me and I am proud of it.