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18 Crazy Confessions From People Who Grew Up With A Lot Of Siblings
Big families are becoming rarer and rarer as more people elect to have less kids, or to not have children at all. Getting to say you grew up with lots of siblings will get all sorts of reactions. People will ask questions, or make assumptions. Truth is, every family is different. Some people who grew up this way wouldn't change it for the world, while others had a less than pleasant experience.

You develop survival habits that are hard to break.

My friends always ask how I eat so fast. I have 6 siblings I've learned to get my share before someone else does.

Growing up with lots of siblings makes some people never want their own kids.

I grew up with 10 younger siblings, I don't want children at all!
I grew up with 10 siblings, my grandmother had 12 and my grandfather had 9. 
I do NOT want kids.

Besides, with so many siblings, your parents will have plenty of chances for grandkids.

I'm so glad I have 5 younger brothers and sisters so the pressure isn't on me to have grandkids for my parents. I don't want kids.

Others want to recreate the experience for their own future children.

I want a big family. I grew up with 13 siblings and I feel alone with all of them. I want a big family and teach my children to be there for each other unlike my own sisters and brothers

You share a bond with your siblings like no other, it's like an exclusive club.

My siblings and I have a group chat titled "Uterus Alumni"