12 Woes of Being a Little Brother

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There are times when I look at my sons and can’t help but think how lucky they are. As each other’s first and best friends, they share a history and biology so special, my heart bursts wide open for the beautiful bond that is their brotherhood.

But that’s not to suggest my boys view their relationship in quite the same way. At ages 7 and 12 there’s still too much blame to cast, territory to conquer, and toys and attention to share to fully consider themselves family fortunate.

When my eldest compiled his list of big brother grievances, I wondered how the littler half felt. Did he, too, find himself caught in a bad bromance?

Indeed, he did. Take a look at this little brother’s big list of woes.

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