20 Things You'll Miss About Your Little
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20 Things You'll Miss About Your Little

Here's to you. Here's to me. Big and Little we will always be.

20 Things You'll Miss About Your Little
Laurel Abrahamsson

There are a lot of things us sorority girls love. Frockets, mimosas, and pumpkin spice everything. But there is nothing we love more than our Little's. So here are all the things you are bound to miss about your little when you graduate.

1. Unplanned matching outfits, not matter the occasion.

Some girls claim to match unintentionally, but we all know that;s a lie. But not you and your little, you guys actually just share one brain.

2. Brunch dates on Saturday mornings

Mimosas, little and breakfast at the very reasonable hour of 11 am? Perfection.

3. Losing your dignity together at a Frat party.

We all know the sacred bond between big and little that is formed at that one frat party we don't talk about anymore.

4. Having someone to take to Target excursions that last hours, or even days.

Target is a big commitment, good thing your little is just as committed to exploring the aisles for hours on end as you are.

5. Having someone to watch the latest episode of AHS or Shadow Hunters with, while making snarky remarks.

Who goes into a hot tub in the middle of the forest alone??

6. Driving to the store at weird hours of the night to pick up cake to eat together.

When Little wants cake, little gets cake. And hey, we're not complaining, we love cake almost as much as we love her.

7. Taking nauseatingly cute photos together.

Obviously, no one takes a cuter photo than you and your little. Instagram should be thanking you for the fire pics you and Little post.

8. Judging the outfits of everyone at Chapter.

"Wow, I guess no one told Jennifer that club attire wasn't appropriate for chapter"

9. Having someone to stay in and make a fort and drink wine with on a Saturday night.

Sometimes a chill night in with your little can be better than any night out at a bar.

10. Having her around to love, when you're drunk and just want to snuggle.

Who needs boys when you have the best dang cuddle buddy this side of the Mississippi?

11. Having someone to make sure you know you're making poor life decisions.

It's your job as Big to keep your Little on track, but it's a two-way street and she's always the first to tell you that you're messing up.

12. Having someone to tell all your deepest secrets too.

If you can't tell your little about it, you definitely shouldn't have done it.

13. Having someone around to tell you, "you look awful and need to change".

Your fam has an image to uphold and your little would be damned to let you out of the house looking like garbage.

14. Having someone who understands your personal brand of weirdness, and accepts you.

Even if your little is the only one who knows how truly weird you are, it's okay because she is just as odd.

15. Having someone to cry about cute animals with.

We've all been there. If you haven't you clearly have no business being a girl.

16. Having someone to hide out with in your room when your roommate brings home a one night stand.

When you missed the "bringing home a 🍆" text from your roommate and now you and Little are trapped in your room until they move things to the bedroom.

17. Having someone to practice your parenting skills on, because your little might be your only chance at being a parent.

Let's be real, having a little is basically as close as most of us will/want to get to parenthood.

18. Having someone to bestow all the knowledge you've gathered in your years of Greek Life.

You didn't go through all those embarrassing moments throwing up at a party or spending too much time on that one douche bag frat star, to let your little go through the same things.

19. Having everyone say " You and your little are the same person".

"I swear when your little talks, your voice comes out of her mouth". You and your little are two peas in a pod and you wouldn't have it any other way.

20. Always having your soul mate by your side.

You guys have joked about getting married because you can't imagine that any boy will ever be better than each other. But are you joking? Probably not.

21. Basically everything.

No one could ever replace your little and you'll miss each other like crazy. You'll text every day and get to Snap Streaks of 541 days just to deal with the separation, but being away from each other will make seeing each other again that much more exciting.

Miss ya Little and I'll see you soon! <3 Big

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