On National Siblings Day, we asked our Facebook fans to share family photos. We've collected a few favorites and hope these pictures bring back fond family memories.
My older brother was always my hero, whether he was helping me look for Santa Claus and his sleigh in the sky, or retrieving my toy airplane from the roof. He served 22 years in the U. S. Army and passed away a couple of years ago at the age of 82. He's still my hero and I miss him.—Carol K. Dauer
My Dad and his siblings, with their only Christmas gifts.—Carol Tanet
Dressing alike, even though we are two years apart, and looking up to him for what to do, even during photos.—Jessica Reed
Our first day headed to Catholic school—I'm the youngest girl. Mom drove us to and from school every day that year (7 miles there, 7 back) because our busing request wasn't in on time.—Kathleen LaBrake Ames
Love you all!—Linda Earl
Photo from 1962, there's me, Larry, Lori and Jeff. Just thinking how much simpler life was then.—Lisa Honeycutt Johnson
My sister, who is five years younger than me. This was taken by a photographer who came to our home in Tulsa and took several photos of me and her. I have one of me in a wagon pulled by a goat! And also some with the beagle puppies my Dad raised. My Mom made our dresses just alike! We had some dresses made from flour sacks!—Lunette Shealy Murrill
My younger brother (Lynn Leininger), my younger sister (Kristen Zickgraf) and me! We had a wonderful childhood, thanks to our loving parents! —Marcia Jines
Matching jammies :) . I'm the baby and the only girl.—Susan Jenks Matthews
My brother and I in about 1955.—Susan Summa
My dad and his younger brother.—Teresa Peacher Mele
A time when our imaginations and playing outside were our main forms of entertainment. Both brothers are now deceased, but this photo brings back lots of memories.—Wanda Clemmens
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