By Andrea Lani
But they’re not wizards, just two normal boysâ€”as normal as you can be when you share the same DNAâ€”a pair of pendulum bobs swinging through their days, sometimes crazily out of whack, and sometimes in near-perfect alignment.
By Marcelle Soviero
I hated visiting my sister in the hospital, but I did, because though her personality had completely changed, she was the same sister I once thought was in charge of my earth’s orbit.
By Stephanie Sprenger
I believe with all my heart that my children will never regard each other as half of anything.
By Randi Olin
Our siblings are the only true witnesses to our childhood.
By Kris Woll
On that night, in that moment in time, home seemed to be a pretty clear-cut place.Â
Illustration byÂ Christine Juneau
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