There really is something to say about he placement of your order when it comes to you and your siblings.
I see it exemplified more and more as I get older and I see my younger siblings grow up and become their own person, attempting to navigate the world.
I am the oldest of four boys and from what I can see so far, have definitely had more experience as far as seeing the world and growing up faster than the rest.
That's not to knock the accomplishments of my younger bro's.
The fourth and the last of my clan has exemplified the notion that the youngest gets to reap all of the benefits. He currently in his second year of college playing basketball for a private mid-western school and is the only one of us four who has made it two years in college....straight that is.
The other two have had their ups and downs...and since there is an even number of use, the two middle brothers have shared the auspice of being deemed "the middle child" and each one seem to personify the polar opposites of the definition.
Needless to say, I still love them...all their hard-handedness and and would never trade them for any other brother in the world...