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Siblings share the same childhood, the same parents, and the same home. As a result, brothers and sisters share many of the same memories, hopes, and dreams. Even as children, your brother and sister would probably do anything for you. When it comes to secrets, you and your brother or sister probably trust each other with the most important secrets that are guarded from the rest of the world. A great brother and sister will know everything about you, the good and the bad, and will still continue to love you. They will be supportive and try to help you be the best that you can be. Even when we love our siblings, they can also really drive us crazy. From having difficulty sharing toys to feeling like they get more attention in the family than you do, our sisters and brothers can make us jealous, frustrated, and sometimes even furious. Sometimes your brother or sister will hurt you or you will hurt your them. You might feel like never dealing with your brother or sister again. But more often than not, you will forgive each other and repair your relationship because you know how much you mean to each other.  Even when you drive each other crazy, you and your brother or sister know that you have each other’s backs. If someone upsets you or messes with you, then they will be the first one to come to your aid. A big brother or sister will especially not want anyone to mess with her little sibling. She/he will protect you almost as if you are his/her child. Growing up, our big brothers or sisters are often our role models. We aspire to be like them and often copy them in many ways. Sometimes, we will mirror every little thing they do. From the clothes they wear to the music they listen to, sometimes we just want to be like our big siblings because we really look up to them.  From being best friends forever to acknowledging the times that they drive us crazy the brother/sister bond is one of kind and imprint that can never really truly be explained or replaced.  I don’t know what the future holds for Andrew and the future friendships he will have but the one comforting thing as a mother of a child on the spectrum, I know his little sister Arwyn will be his biggest fan and best friend no matter what due her unconditional love and desire to be just like her BIG BROTHER!33964134_10156119305170255_7398847063108091904_n.jpg

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