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10 Reasons To Thank Your Little

Here are the definitive top ten things you'll understand only after you get a little.

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10 Reasons To Thank Your Little
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Now, some of my best friends are probably wondering why it took me so long to write this article, after all, I LOVE my little.

She's one of my best friends, she's a future bridesmaid, she's a little sister (hence the name little), and so much more. By far, she's one of the best things to happen to me in college. More than anything, I love being able to do things with her that only she understands or gets excited about.

For those of you getting littles this year, it's a wonderful thing! Get excited, here are the 10 best things about having a little!

1. She’s your constant support system.

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2. She’ll stand up to anyone (or anything) for you.

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3. She never leaves you or abandons you.

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4. You can count on her for all of the invites (and visa-versa).

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5. She will always tell you what you need to hear.

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6. She is a built in bridesmaid (!)

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7. You can do the most random things together.

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8. She’s always willing to drop anything to do a little shopping (or a lot).

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9. She listens to all of your rants (and all of your happy stories too!).

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10. She (especially if her name’s Alisha) is, without a doubt, the most perfect human being you will ever meet.

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