Despite the 16-year age difference between her and her daughter, a mother claims she is often mistaken for being the latter. A pleasant issue to have, in fact. Abi Donald, the mother, and T’mia, her 15-year-old daughter, both of Abertillery, Wales, are so closely connected that many people mistake them for sisters rather than mother and daughter.
Abi, who seems young in her early 30s, is often questioned for identification when shopping. Again, it’s nice to have a problem, right? T’mia and I are really close today, but I had her when I was 16 so I was already a young mother.
People frequently mistake us for sisters rather than mother and daughter and are shocked when we correct them. I wish I could wear her clothing since she has a beautiful shape, but she often steals my shoes.
It’s fantastic that I can still acquire ID when I go shopping. Abi acknowledges receiving some assistance in maintaining her young and swears by Estée Lauder moisturizer. “I get Botox,” she said. “I also use moisturizer from Estée Lauder. I’ve always taken care of myself, but now that T’mia uses it as well, the cost is twofold.
She probably doesn’t mind being mistaken for one of her sisters. We work closely as a team. We’re simply both crazy. We dance and sing together all the time. “I believe there are times when she prefers to stay home with me over going out.”More than anything, it’s a compliment, and we’ve become used to it. I believe people can tell how close we are to one another.
“We simply chuckle and say that’s how people are. They are still in disbelief that I am her mother. We are so similar, even her friend’s remark so. Even if it means we argue a lot more, I believe it’s because we are so similar.
T’mia was so young when she was born, that Abi raised her alone along with her other two younger kids, although it wasn’t always simple. “Being a young mom was tough, I did it all by myself so I think that’s why we’re so close now as she doesn’t have a dad,” the woman reveals.
It’s us against the world, and we all share a remarkable kinship. “Now that I’m 31, the majority of her friends’ mothers are in their 50s. Her friends are often visiting my home and constantly tell her, “Your mother is so young. It’s always packed in my home.
We are more akin to best friends, I would say. Our relationship has mostly been built by singing together, and now that she’s grown to like dance music, it reminds me of my younger years. “Our group attends concerts. Since she grew up listening to that genre of music and now loves to enjoy it with me, we went to see N-Dubz.