My child thinks I'm a mother . . . how should I explain that I'm not?

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I know it seems like a simple question, but I really don't know how to respond . . . so let's just say I'm younger than most of you (young teen), and I sent my sponsor kid pictures of my toddler sister. Each time my sponsor kid replies she compliments on my "beautiful child," but I've stated clearly that the kid is my sister. Any tips? Thank you! :)
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Meici Y

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Garry Sagel

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Meici, I have a simple answer to your question. Send your child a picture of you, your mom, and your little sister, explaining, again, who you all are. Due to the time lag for receiving your letters, your child may already have figured it out. But, sooner or later, he/she will understand. Nothing to worry about. As always, I love to hear from teens that are sponsor. You are all awesome. 

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