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I have two brothers and I always had many people around me, when I was a kid I used to play with their friends. I had a lot of free time to play and do many things.
To my thinking, your text needs some polishing, you seems like having some mastering of basic English and a way with words. You can fairly put to paper one piece of text, but one can see what your thought is genuinely there.
However, it needs some connection between what is written and what you really meant. It´s my impression, though.
So, I am going give it a try, but I will go by degrees, by parts.
You inform the reader that "you have two brothers
" and "you always had many people around you
" (!) Does it mean that people were giving exclusive attention to you?
Perhaps what you really meant was "we always had many people around us
." or something like that?
Then, you almost abruptly (wasn´t all abruptly because of the comma usage, but you suddenly changed the subject all the same...) mentioning then that "when you were a kid you used to play with their friends
". Rather natural to me, you all being children; or did you mean emphasis on something? - like the fact of you being the only girl in the house
, or that you "being a girl
" would play with their friends, there wasn´t any exclusion.
My point is, those information shouldn´t be left out, they could (or would) make the reader know more about what you are getting at.
Congrats on your piece of text, and certainly you are a promising writer, you will get there. It´s only a matter of time (and a bit of training).