This article explores how a brother and sister, now in their eighties, position themselves in their stories based on an episodic childhood memory. It considers the narratives as important resources for the tellers’ identifying of both self and family and explores how sometimes conflicting accounts based on childhood memories, and shaped by adult interpretations, connect and separate family members, help individuals articulate who they are, and suggest how they should move forward.

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