Special relationship between siblings.

There is a special relationship between siblings that is hard to deny. No one else will share the same experiences that you share together. No one will be as present in those simple, sometimes forgettable moments of life that come back to you at the strangest moments. Perhaps you are laying awake during a sleepless night or driving your car on a long road trip and something triggers a memory.

Maybe you recall a similar road trip taken during childhood, while you and your sibling played games or even bickered in the back seat. As you lay awake, you may remember those nights you stayed up talking to your brother or sister in your bunk beds or your joint effort to make bedtime just a few minutes later.
Of course, your parents are important figures in your life, they’re your parents. They see those times through a different, adult lens. Chances are that the only one who experienced those times with you on the same level are your siblings.
That’s not to say that all sibling relationships are perfect. Chances are you fought with your siblings just as much as you played. As adults, you may still bicker and fight, even though the subjects are different. But, they will always be your siblings and nothing can take that away.
The little boy in this video is at the very beginning of his sibling journey. In his arms, he holds the little girl that will be perhaps be the closest person to him as they grow up together. So, he sings her a very special song that he chose himself, “You Are So Beautiful”. It’s an incredibly sweet moment. Let’s just hope he still feels that way when she’s breaking his toys and getting him in trouble.

(Source: http://www.metaspoon.com)


* Vocabulary:
- to trigger (verb): to start, to set off, (off) to make something happen suddenly.
==> be quick on the trigger (idiom): answer something quickly.
- trigger one's memory (phrase): to start to recall something.
- bicker /ˈbɪkə/ about/ over something (verb): argue about something unimportant.
e.g.: They would bicker over who must mow the grass.
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