I just have a question for people who were teenagers when their youngest siblings were born.
I have a friend of mine who was seventeen when her younger brother was born and she barely even knows him. I understand that she left home and went to college not long after he was born, but still. She was jealous of her brother and acted like he was an intrusion on her life.
I was fourteen when my younger half-sister was born and I spoiled her absolutely rotten. I bought her toys all the time, I played with her, when I got my license, I took her just about everywhere with me. My other siblings loved her too but I was the one that was home with her the longest. She got jealous when my first child was born because I she would no longer be my baby. She and my daughter grew up like sisters because, even though I moved out, I still spent a lot of time with her. She's nine now and I still spoil the hell out of her. Maybe it was because I have older siblings and I'm more used to sharing the space than my friend.
I just wondered if I was the minority on this or if most people are very close to siblings born when they are in their teens.
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