Hello beautiful people! How are you all doing? September has been a very busy month for me. I had to take a break from blogging to focus on my children who just resumed school.
So, today I will be sharing a very interesting post on my blog which is about sibling love and support.
I love my siblings! Endlessly.
I grew up in a family where my parents didn’t really get along with their own siblings with all the rivalry. This only made my parents strengthen the bond that my siblings and I shared.
My parents taught us values in friendship, keeping peace and having each other’s backs. Even though we regularly fought, we still kept the peace.
My brother and sister are my best friends! Talking with them is the best thing. Anywhere I go with them is automatically home.
Tolu, my younger sister, and I are two totally different people. Sometimes, the only similarity we have is our intense love for each other.
She is a sharp-minded, very creative and highly intelligent woman. But Tolu can be very blunt with the truth. A quality that I admire so much. She’s hardworking to a fault.
My sister is very kind and thoughtful.
Tayo, my younger brother, is an amazing soul. He could give you his arm and leg even if you didn’t ask. All that mattered is if he felt you needed it.
He is immensely kind and generous. We’re so similar. In fact, when we were younger, Tolu and I would dress him up and wear wigs on him. He was our very own mannequin.
Tayo loves football and everything related to playing football. Oh, and in the event that there’s an emergency, Tayo is the last person you want to call😂😂! I think he doesn’t know what a mobile phone is. He keeps forgetting to charge it or doesn’t remember he forgets it. That’s one of his flaws😅.
With me being the eldest sibling, I oftentimes have the responsibility of settling the ‘Cat and Rat’ squabbles that my siblings seem to enjoy having. They are something else! But they love each other. I’m sure of it.
My mom enjoyed watching us play when we were younger. We were her own Television with all the drama we acted for her eyes only.
When she was sad, we’d act comedy. When she was happy, we’d act more comedy and make her laugh even more. My mom always STILL gets warm compliments for raising us to love and respect each other.
The greatest gifts our parents ever gave us was each other. Through the good, the bad, and the ugly – my siblings have been there with me through it all. They are always there for me and their nieces.
It’s important to have gratitude for the special bond that comes with siblings and to acknowledge the importance of such a lifelong relationship.
So here’s a little reminder. That I love Tolu and Tayo. Till the very ends of the Earth. And then some.
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Thanks for reading.