Dear sibling, you’re my best friend and my worst enemy

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If you were lucky enough to have siblings while growing up, you’ll know that they bring a special richness to your life. They’re your friends, playmates and conspirators. They’re also your first enemies. And because they’re such special people, we thought we’d share some of our favourite siblings videos.

It’s very exciting finding out you’re going to be a big brother…

Until you realise babies are the pits!

But as an older sibling, at least you’ll always have the advantage of being bigger (and therefore, smarter).

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