Startled, she retreated back to her room and stared at Harry as he passed her bedroom on his way to Ron's.Ginny became extremely clumsy around Harry and had a habit of knocking things over when he entered a room.
Ginny attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1992-1999 and was sorted into Gryffindor House.During her first year she developed a long standing crush on Harry Potter.Despite being too young to attend the school, she still begged her mother to let her go with them.While saying goodbye to her brothers, she found out that Harry Potter was on the train, and tried to get her mother to let her go on the train to see him.Upon retiring from the Harpies Ginny became the senior Quidditch correspondent for the Daily Prophet.
She eventually married Harry Potter and the couple had three children; James Sirius (named after Harry's father and godfather), Albus Severus (named after Albus Dumbledore and Severus Snape), and Lily Luna Potter (named after Harry's mother and Luna Lovegood).
Ginny and her six older brothers — Bill, Charlie, Percy, Fred, George and Ron — grew up in the Burrow on the outskirts of Ottery St Catchpole in Devon, England.
Her room was on the third floor and it was described as small, but bright.
At that time, the wizarding community she grew up in at the height of the First Wizarding War, during which her maternal uncles, Gideon and Fabian Prewett, were murdered while fighting a group of four Death Eaters led by Antonin Dolohov.
The war eventually ended for a time to months later, after Lord Voldemort's first defeat at the hands of Ginny's one-year-older classmate-to-be and future soulmate Harry Potter on 31 October, 1981.
Although as she would only have been a year old at the time, it is entirely possible that she was exaggerating here.