5 Reasons Why Brothers Are A Very Important Part Of The Family

Many people say their fathers are the most important men in their lives which is true, but no one really gives brothers credit for the things they do.

A brother will not just stick by you but keep your secrets safe with him and even protect you from making stupid mistakes especially when you are really close.

Well, how about we outline 5 reasons brothers are very important:

1. He can crack you up even in a bad mood
Your brother is one person that can make you laugh even when you are not in the mood. His facial expression or a sentence can really crack you up even in the midst of strangers.

2. He’ll love you despite your mistakes
Your parents certainly love you but a brother will always love you doesn’t matter what you do because he knows what you’ve been up to and hasn’t changed his mind. He’s knows your true personality.

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3. He has your back
He stands by and for you. Gets you out of trouble and will be willing to help you within a moment’s notice. He’s your knight in shining amour, no matter what you are going through.

4. You can talk with him forever
It may just be a funny conversation or a serious one you can’t even discuss with friends or your parents. The conversation can go on into the night but he doesn’t mind because he wants to listen to you.

5. He can share what he has with you
You might fight with him for it but he’ll definitely share and offer whatever he has. From his food to his T-shirt, to his car and money too.

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Twin brother become fathers on the same day

Twin brothers from Wolverhampton have defied odds of 150,000 – 1 to become dads to baby boys born on the same day – in the same hospital.

Jeromme and Jarrell Spence, from Fordhouses, became fathers within hours of each other at New Cross Hospital in the early hours of this morning.

The twins, aged 21, knew their partners were both having a baby boy, and both had the same due date, but they didn’t believe they would arrive on the same day.

Jeromme became a father first when his partner delivered Cameron at 2.04am and then Jarrell’s son was born at 4.34am.

Both babies were born in the same room and in the same water pool, delivered by the same midwife.

Source : itv