You lived in hand-me-downs.
I'm jealous of a dog. There, I said it and I mean it. I know what you're thinking too-- you are one pathetic human being. When it comes to attention, it's a constant need of mine. I must always be in the limelight or else I feel shitty.
I'm starting to buy into the whole birth order thing a little bit. You know, the one that says the first born is responsible, driven, protective. The second is the wild, daring, kick ass and take names type. The third is random, spontaneous, fun. Not much literature on the fourth or fifth because most sane families stop way before that.
"No one likes the middle, Mom. It's a fact. No one ever calls the middle seat. No one wants a middle piece of cake. They want side pieces, the ones with all the frosting. Even you said you don't like the middle, because it's where the gray hair grows outta your head."
Specifically, the eldest of four children was nearly 10 percent more likely to leave the site in a relationship compared
I know that no two children have the same set of parents, even though they live in the same family. Why? Because parents are different with each of their children, and no two children ever take the same role.
Bruce Hopman, creator of Smack Dab: A Middle Child's Blog, joins HuffPost Live to explain that "Middle Child Syndrome" is real and wasn't just made up by angry kids.
Some kids are thrilled to become siblings. Some are not. This photo was posted on Reddit with the caption, "the moment he