What words would YOU use to describe the youngest child in a large familiy without actually using
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"What words would YOU use to describe the youngest child in a large family...?"
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My wife and I. Both youngest of six. So in colloquial terms - The Eric Dierker family.
Here in the Deep South, USA, we have a jocular term for the youngest child in a large family. He or she is called "the caboose."
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