11 Things Only A Single Child Will Understand And Relate To

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11 Things Only A Single Child Will Understand And Relate To.

Being the only child is awesome. It’s as simple as that. I can see those single kids nodding away with a smirk and those who have siblings rolling their eyes. Save your defences, really. Secretly you do crave for such luxuries. Having all the attention from your parents and getting whatever you want from them. Some drama required at times, but they eventually always give in. I’ve listed below some things I came across as a single child and I’m sure you’ll be able to relate to them! Agree to it or no, I hope it puts a smile on your face. Making each of it a boon or a bane is up to you. Enjoy reading. Like and share

1). Your parents are always over protective.

1). Your parents are always over protective.

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Your Mum’s reaction to whatever you think of doing is NO. “Can I go for a walk – No” “I’ll be back at 10 – No.”

2). You’re the pampered one.

2). You’re the pampered one.

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Grandparents, Relatives or Family friends; you have your personal genies!

3). You get everything brand new!

3). You get everything brand new!

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From clothes to toys to books! No hand-me-downs whatsoever.

4). No sharing! It’s all yours.

4). No sharing! It’s all yours.

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No remote fights, or who gets the bigger piece of cake, or play station time! You have everything to yourself.

5). No comparisons.

5). No comparisons.

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Your parents have never uttered these words (Or anything similar to this), “Learn something from your brother; he topped his class in Math.”

6). No compromise.

6). No compromise.

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“It’s your younger sister’s board exams. No TV and no internet this year” OR “Vacations only after your brother gets done with 12th.” – You never have to go through such pain!

7). No spying and No Tattling.

7). No spying and No Tattling.

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Nobody spies your actions or blackmails you about anything.

8). You become more responsible.

8). You become more responsible.

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Being the only child, you tend to become more responsible towards your parents.

9). You have definitely asked (or thinking about asking) “Why didn’t you take a second chance?” to your parents.

9). You have definitely asked (or thinking about asking) “Why didn’t you take a second chance?” to your parents.

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10). When your friends crib about their siblings you go… “Whatever man, deal with it.”

10). When your friends crib about their siblings you go… “Whatever man, deal with it.”

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11). But sometimes you do wish you had one more person who loves you. Someone to share your life with.

11). But sometimes you do wish you had one more person who loves you. Someone to share your life with.

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