Growing up, there is very few things more annoying than siblings. Whether your siblings are older, younger, or even the same age, they are just as equally annoying. Most of the time the fighting is either from a difference of opinion, or just trying to show off in front of their friends, which gets really annoying very fast. There are a handful of things that siblings can do to get under your skin, but just know that you will look back on those memories years from now. These are three things that in the future when you're at their wedding, or just telling your kids stories, that you will look back and not only laugh about, but miss.
This is a daily problem between siblings, no matter of their age. No matter who you are, you most likely do not like to share, especially if it involves food or makeup/hair products. I didn't have a huge issue with sharing growing up since I had three sisters, but there sure was a lot of bickering between them. That one time you didn't give your brother a slice of your pizza or how you didn't let your sister borrow your lipstick for a night is going to be laughed at years from now.
2. They Always Want To Follow You Around
There are going to be days where you're in your room with friends either playing video games, doing your hair, or even just gossiping. Siblings, especially younger, always try to act cool in front of not only their friends, but also your friends. It almost is as if its in our DNA to be as annoying as possible when our siblings friends are around. It may take a few years, but you'll eventually realize your best friends are your own brothers and sisters. They will always be there for you, through thick and thin. As annoying as they may get growing up, they will support you unconditionally.
3. They Help Shape Who You Are Growing Up
All the little things that siblings do throughout your younger years in life help you become the person you will one day be. All the times they mimic you,steal your stuff, and get under your skin, it is all done out of love. When you are one day a parent, all the memories will be brought back. All those flashbacks will not only make you a better parent, but it will strengthen the bond between you and your children.
Years from now when your sitting at your brothers or sisters wedding, you will think back on all these memories. Those times you were once angry and frustrated will turn in to happiness and thankfulness.