Whenever you write any genealogical statement or conclusion, always read it again to make certain your intention is clear. You may know what you mean, but make certain that your written words reflect that same meaning. Otherwise you may do what I did and accidentally suggest that your mother was born the year she gave birth to you.
A second read after the text has had a chance to “cool off” is a great way to catch these errors.
And in some cases waiting until you have cooled off is good as well!