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Siblings Day 2022: Heartening wishes, messages, and quotes to share with your sibling

The day marks the fights, laughs, secrets, and all the lessons learned together. We’ve brought you the list of wishes, quotes to share

New Delhi: The day to express and shower your beloved siblings with affection is here. Today, i.e. April 10 is observed as the Siblings Day around the globe to celebrate the bond of love and attachment you share with those who grew up with you since childhood.

The day marks the fights, laughs, secrets, and all the lessons learned together. People around the globe celebrate the day by sharing love-penned notes, letters, gifts, and get-togethers.

Here, we’ve brought to you the list of wishes and quotes to share with your sibling on Sibling Day 2022. 

Siblings Day wishes

# Together we fight, we laugh, we make good memories. Without you, my life would be dull. Happy Siblings Day!

# I am not frightened of anything as long as you are at my side. Thank you for always looking out for me. Happy Siblings Day!

# You are lucky to have a fantastic sibling like me! Happy Siblings Day!

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# Thanks for being my favorite person to annoy all day, every day. Happy Siblings Day!

# No matter what, you’ll forever be my best friend. Happy Siblings Day!

Siblings Day quotes

# “Siblings: your only enemy you can’t live without.” – Anonymous

# “A sibling is the lens through which you see your childhood.” – Ann Hood

# “They say that no matter how old you become when you are with your siblings, you revert back to childhood.” – Karen White

# ”The advantage of growing up with siblings is that you become very good at fractions.” – Robert Brault

# “Half the time when brothers wrestle, it’s just an excuse to hug each other.” – James Patterson

# “I may fight with my siblings. But once you lay a finger on them, you’ll be facing me.” – Abby Slater

# “Siblings that say they never fight are most definitely hiding something.” – Lemony Snicket

# “Siblings: children of the same parents, each of whom is perfectly normal until they get together.” – Sam Levenson