Post # 1
I was just wondering if “youngests” end up marrying other “youngests” (maybe because they have similar attitudes and experiences?) or if they end up going for “oldests” (maybe because they are used to being taken care of?) or if there are any connections with this at all!
I am the youngest (2 older brothers) and Fiance is also the youngest (1 older sister). I’m just curious if there’s any trends going on out there – please vote in the poll & feel free to tell us what your situation is and whether you think there’s any meaningful connection or relevance!
*There’s no space for the final option, “I’m an only child and he’s the oldest” and I’m really sorry about that!
Post # 3
I’m the youngest and he’s the oldest. He takes care of me, and I like that.
Post # 5
I’m the oldest child and he’s the youngest child in our respective families.
Post # 7
Woot woot only children getting a spot!
Im only and he’s a twin. He’s the older one by a few minutes.
Post # 8
I’m an only and he is an oldest child
Post # 9
im the middle, he’s the youngest!
Post # 10
We’re both the oldest, but when I looked through a pop-psych recommendation it said that the oldest of two sisters is most compatible with a youngest male with female siblings.
Post # 11
We’re both the oldest of three.
Post # 12
Again.. I am the oldest of my family and Darling Husband is the youngest of his family. I am also older than Darling Husband
Post # 13
@Ice Skate: Yeah onlies! I hadn’t thought about twins, though!
Post # 14
I’m the middle child and he is the oldest.
Post # 15
out of 3 kids, i’m the middle child.
out of 8 kids, he’s #6 and the youngest boy.
Post # 16
@SapphireSun: Where did you find that?
I’m the 2nd oldest of 4, oldest girl. And he is an only child. Which is only ever really apparent when you see our families interact. I love having extra relatives, and he doesn’t understand the advantage of them.