Why having a little sister is a blessing

“Having a sister is like having a best friend you can’t get rid of. You know whatever you do, they’ll still be there.”

Zoey Lynn, also known as the biggest pain in my butt ever.

I have watched you grow from the minute you were born, to the sweet beautiful preteen you are today. I have loved every minute of it, even the times that I couldn’t stand you.

I hate to see you grow up, it’s so crazy to think that you’re a big middle schooler now. But I can’t wait to see who you will become. I have no doubt that you will do amazing things with your life and accomplish all your goals and dreams.

You have a heart of gold that shines on the inside and out. You are so smart, caring, funny, and bold. You amaze me so much with your artistic abilities.

Being the older sister has taught me to be patient and taught me to take the lead, I hope you learn from my mistakes. Whether you realize it or not, being an older sibling is very bittersweet.

It’s very different to be 8 years apart, right now I’m 19 and you’re 11. I’ve helped raise you, I’ve taken you to all your events, like cheerleading, art and church play practices. In a way, having you as a little sister has helped me grow into the woman I am today.

We may live 300 miles away from each other now, but just know I’m always here for you. I’m just a phone call away, I’ll race home if you need me for anything. I will always look forward to coming home and spending the weekends with you. I’ll always be you biggest cheerleader and support you in whatever you do. Love you so much, Zo. 💕

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