My Family’s Age Differences Divide Us

Okay, so most family’s have more than one kid. But in my family there are a lot of age differences, and that divides my family. ( Which I already stated in the title.) There are definitely 3 main reasons why we are divided. Follow along and see if this divides your family.

3# The schools. The third youngest sister in my family is about to start middle school, the second youngest sister and the one brother are in high school. My oldest sister is in college. Oh, and me? I’m still in elementary. Almost the same thing is the case with one of my relatives’ family. He’s in elementary, ( same grade as me ) the middle brother is about to start 7th grade, and the oldest is about to start high school.

2# The friends. Our friends have age differences too, but they act differently from an older sibling’s friend. One of my friend’s might play a game with me where we are animals or we are in school, but one of my older sibling’s friend would play a computer game with my sibling or a word game.

1# The jokes. We have different tastes in jokes in my family. Me and the second youngest in the family like the kind of dumb or meem kinds of jokes. the third oldest likes the jokes like this: CAPTION: when you’re friends being dumb. Then it shows a picture of your friend being dumb. The second oldest likes clever memes and pictures on social media. And the oldest like the kind of joke you have to read over and over again before you start to laugh.

So, those were the 3 main differences that age difference divides my family. If you can relate, please comment on my post.

2 thoughts on “My Family’s Age Differences Divide Us

  1. Great ideas! I can relate. There are 5 siblings in my family with a 20 year age difference. I am the youngest. I found that I connected better with my older siblings as I became an adult.


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