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Who is the favorite child in your family?
Are you your parent's favorite child? If no, which sibling is the favorite? What are the challenges and benefits of being a favorite child?
If there actually is a favorite child, I don't think the favorite actually thinks of himself or herself as the "favorite." For example: If you are the favorite, you probably believe a sibling is the favorite.
I am(maybe...). I have an older brother, i am the younger one. My parents don't really do the whole, treat me better thing. Everything is equal but because my brother has always been away, well mostly, i am around more often to get my wishes fulfilled. I am so used to getting things my way, its bad. But because i am more around i am also told off more often than he ever was.
I was until I came out and disrupted my mom's ideal, perfect child. That is mostly resolved now in our family, but I'm definitely not the favorite. I think it's my youngest sister now.
I am second of eight children. When we asked my dad who was his favorite, he would always say, "I don't have a favorite. I don't like any of you." Of course we all knew he was kidding. But, I don't think any of us figured out who his favorite was. He was my favorite, though.
As for my 4 daughters. I really don't have a favorite. They are my jewels, each so different, so individual, so smart and caring. I like different things about them, but cannot (really) say I have a favorite
I actually read an article where a mom was dying and before she passed on she wrote a letter to all her children - 3 of them and expressed in each why they were her favorite and told them not to tell each other which of course they promptly did. I adopted her theory and I have informed my kids in the order of which they were born; i.e, my favorite eldest for reasons of that ilk and favorite youngest and refer to them exactly that way. They tease me back that they are the "only" eldest and/or youngest and each feels special.
I am INDEED BLESSED. I am my parent's favorite. Of course, I am-they have NO OTHER CHOICE but to love me as I am their ONE and ONLY!
Normally, in our tradition the youngest is the most loved child. It is very obvious I guess that the youngest is the left being the whole family's baby.
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