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Little Brother

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A gorgeous example of denial is the story about a little girl who was notified that a little brother was on the way. My reflexive essay is about my brothers. Growing up without little siblings is great. There are no worries about sharing or fighting. I loved being an only child. Then my first little brother came along. Justin. At first I hated having a little brother. I hated that no one paid attention to me anymore. Then I guess I got over it. Matthew came along shortly afterwards, and it just wasn’t a big deal anymore. At first the thought of having little brothers annoyed me, and I couldn’t stand it, but then I started thinking about my life and how good it was compared to other peoples. Having little brothers meant I always had someone to play with, always have someone to talk to, and even though they are too young, I know that when they get older they’ll always be there for me. I learned responsibility. I had a lot more on my plate. It’s my responsibility to look out for my brothers. I know they annoy me some times and we fight sometimes, but I will always love them. I know no matter what they will always be there for me and support me in what I do. Just like I will do for them. I’m 17 years old now, and I have so much in my life going on and so many decisions to make, but being able to go outside and play hide-n-seek with them reminds me of being a kid and that every once in a while being a little irresponsible is a good thing. I know I am older than them but they have taught me so much and there’s no way I can ever repay them for that. My brothers and I share an unbreakable bond. Having a brother is like having a best friend you can never get rid of. You know whatever you do, they’ll still be there. The best thing about having a brother was that no matter what I always had a friend. How do you make it through life without a friend? My brothers are smart, dependant, strong, they are the best little brothers anyone could ever ask for. I pick on them all the...