Middle Children Around The Country Are Basically Having A Meltdown Over Their Five Minutes Of Fame
Check out Twitter today and you’ll find a flood of tearful emojis and trophy signs as middle children across the country celebrate a day that mostly all of us didn’t know about: NationalMiddleChildDay. Yep, it’s #NationalMiddleChildDay, a day most of us didn’t even know existed until we woke up and saw it trending on Twitter this morning. Overlooked siblings across the United States are getting all worked up over their day in the sun and chance to overshadow their older siblings and little bros.
The excited tweets are trending on Twitter and probably the most humble thing we’ve seen lately.
Because what a thing to be pumped about.
Of course, we get it, it’snot every day the world’s most forgotten about or underestimated sibling gets their own hashtag.
The excitement of National Middle Child Day is pretty OTT.
And a reminder that when it comes to middle siblings they’ve got a THIRST for attention. (Since they don’t usually get it.)
Literally, so many middle children posting their thanks for having a day just for them.
Because TBH we all know a younger sibling that makes it about them somehow.
Fortunately for our semi-deprived siblings, parents are here for the celebrations too.
Because sure, it might FEEL like you’ve been forgotten about most days, but the love for middle children is just as strong for the oldest and youngest of sibs.
But we gotta admit, the content machine on this hashtag is pretty on point.
There are literally so many sad-face photos today.
So many photos of middle children cast away to the LEFT.
Particularly ones that highlight the moment the middle child realized being a big sibling wasn’t quite what they had in mind.
And there were a lot of good jokes.
Because they might be the most overlooked but we all KNOW middle children are the funniest.
Like literally the gags they pull are full of self-humor.
Hilariously enough chick is still pulling for her moment in the spotlight and we are WITH her.
And this middle child with the actual merchandising jokes.
TBH we need that soap rn.
So here’s to you middle children of America!
Thanks for putting up with those of us who will never know what it’s like to be dethroned from the comfy seat of “youngest sibling” and for all the laughs that you provide!