Four Things My Little Brothers Should Know
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Four Things My Little Brothers Should Know

Well, not so little anymore.

Four Things My Little Brothers Should Know

1. I don't think we should be attached at the hip, but we should hang more often.

We don't realize how short life really is. We choose to hang out with our friends, who constantly screw us over, rather than catch a movie and hangout. It doesn't hurt to spend a Friday or Saturday night in and watch some Netflix or even binge eat taco bell.

2. No, I will not tell mommy.

Over the years, I would tell mommy stuff you guys told me. That won't happen anymore. Now that we are older, we need to tell each other secrets so we have something to laugh over. Like the time you were drunk and winked at me... Oops, that was a secret wasn't it? Just remember, no distance will stop us all from being there for each other.

3. I am the number one girl in your life.

No matter how old we are, you guys will forever be my body guards. I know I am not a celebrity, but in your eyes I am your older sister, which is pretty equivalent to being one. And I'm almost a foot shorter than you too. So, you must always protect me from all the lame, sketchy, weird guys I bring into our house. I hate to admit it, but you both have been right about every single guy.

4. You make me proud to say we are blood related.

I look up to you guys... Literally! I don't tell you enough, but I am more than "effin" proud to say I am your sister. You guys are smart, handsome, athletic, caring, and someone I would want my future husband to be like. Let me tell you this -- one day you guys will make some girl so happy. Although this upcoming year may not be so fun, just remember, I am one call away when Mommy is pissed about your SAT scores. I love you both more than I could write in words. I will always be your big sister.

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