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12 Instagram Captions For National Siblings Day That'll Give Everyone The Feels

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Siblings should be celebrated every single day, but in the social media multiverse National Sibling Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate your sib. Whether you got along or wished you were an only child, choosing the right Instagram captions for National Siblings Day will help you highlight that undying love only brothers and sisters understand. Because if you don't highlight how much you adore your sibling via social media, are you even related?

Depending on the type of relationship you have, your sibling Insta post might be touching, hilarious, or embarrassing. It doesn't really matter, as long as it's representative of what you and your sibling(s) share. After all, today is a day to show what makes your relationship unique. So go ahead and post those pictures in matching holiday sweaters, or the ones that are super unflattering of your little bro but really, really great of you. Embarrass them, annoy them, and remind them that even when they were at their most infuriating, you still loved the hell out of them.

April 10th is your one chance each year to make a spectacle out of your love (or whatever feelings you have) for that kid you grew up with. While you're digging out the best/wort photos in your arsenal, here are some Instagram captions — the good, the bad, and the ugly — to get those creative juices flowing.

"Having Lost Of Siblings Is Like Having Built-In Friends." — Kim Kardashian

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If you have a big family, this caption by Kim K probably rings true. You might not always get along, but at the end of the day, they're the ones who have your back (even if you're wrong).

"They Say That No Matter How Old You Become, When You Are With Your siblings, You Revert Back To Childhood." — Karen White

Siblings have a way of bringing out your inner child — probably because when you're with them they remind you of your childhood. For example, it doesn't matter how old I am, when I'm with my little brother I remember those simple days when the worst thing that could've happened was cutting my own bangs with a pair of dull scissors. Nostalgia is powerful, my friends, and sometimes it doesn't hurt to sink in it.

"A Sibling Represents A Person's Past, Present, And Future." — John Corey Whaley

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In the past, you and your sibling may have fought over who got the Nintendo first. In the future, you'll be the ones comforting each other when their has been a death in the family. Right now, they're the direct reflection of who you are. They're the one who reminds you of lessons learned and dreams still yet to be chased.

“We Were Secret Sisters With A Plan For World Domination, Potential Bubbling Around Us Like Champagne." — Laurie Halse Anderson

A sister's love is like no other. Whether you're frenemies fighting over the bathroom, or inseparable best friends planning world domination, there will never be anyone else who can compare to your sister.

"My Siblings Are My Best Friends." — America Ferrera

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If you're going for the sarcastic tone (a winner in my book, TBH), pair this caption with the worst interpretation of your sibling relationship you have. A classic ode to having brothers or sisters you love, but constantly argue with.

"If You Want to Do Really Important Things In Life And Big Things In Life, You Can't Do Anything By Yourself. And Your Best Teams Are Your Friends And Your Siblings." ― Deepak Chopra

If you look back on the times you felt alone, there's probably a sibling who was in your corner the whole time. No matter the status of your relationship — or the highs and lows you've experienced — your brother or sister is there for you when the word has its back turned.

"If You Don't Understand How A Woman Could Both Love Her Sister Dearly And Want To Wring Her Neck At The Same Time, Then You Were Probably An Only Child." — Linda Sunshine

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This universal quote practically sums up most sibling relationships. It's a special kind of love. Real special.

"Older Siblings... The Only People Who Will Pick On You For Their Own Entertainment And Beat Up Anyone Else Who Tries." ― Anonymous

Oldest siblings unite! They might steal your lunch and mess up your hair, but if anyone else tries to do anything remotely similar, they're toast.

“Siblings: Children Of The Same Parents, Each Of Whom Is Perfectly Normal Until They Get Together.” — Sam Levenson

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Whatever it is, something about reuniting with siblings definitely makes you revert back to your younger, more immature self. It's fun, carefree, and, sometimes, wrestling is absolutely involved.

"I Grew Up With Six Brothers. That's How I Learned To Dance — Waiting For The Bathroom." — Bob Hope

The bathroom lesson is one that'll help you for the rest of your life. Thank your sibling today for teaching you how to train your bladder to survive long lines at a bar, waiting for your partner to finish up going number two, or letting your potty-training toddler have a crack at the bathroom before you can.

"First A Brother, Then A Bother, Now A Friend." ― Anonymous

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Some of the most contentious sibling relationships in childhood end up becoming the most coveted when you enter adulthood. With maturity comes an acceptance that your sibling — who went through much of the same experiences you did growing up — was your person all along.

"I Don't Believe An Accident Of Birth Makes People Sisters Or Brothers. It Makes Them Siblings, Gives Them Mutuality Of Parentage. Sisterhood And Brotherhood Is A Condition People Have To Work At." — Maya Angelou

Your relationship might not be perfect, but once a sibling, always a sibling. Let them know how special they are for helping you become the person you are today. Or, remind them that you never told your mom about that one time they... well, they know what they did.

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