Siblings Across the World


Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet.
– Vietnamese Proverb

Olga from Olga Mecking

Olga Mecking
Brothers are the coolest.


Varya from Creative World Of Varya

Creative World Of Varya
My older sister and I: she always protected me, just like in this picture.


Eolia from La Cité des Vents 

La Cité des Vents
The oldests bicker or laugh together… but it’s always sweet words and kisses for their baby sister!


Anna from Russian Step by Step Children 

Russian Step by Step Children
The baby sister wants to do everything just like the big sis.


Amanda from MarocMama

Maroc Mama
My two boys are 3 years apart and they fight like crazy right now, but at the end of the day they would be completely lost without each other.


Becky from Kid World Citizen

Kid World Citizen
Ricky (7), Toñito (11), Mario (almost 2), Viviana (10), and Maya (8) stopping for dinner in Luxembourg.


Lana from Smart Tinker

Smart Tinker
Showing off their toothless grins.


Johana from Mama Tortuga

Mama Tortuga
“El hada y su Dragón Mascota”/ “The Fairy and her Dragon Pet” – so many sweet memories of being friends and having fun, my heart melts!


Thereza from A Path Of Light

A Path of Light
On top of the world!


Brynn from Brynn In Brazil

Brynn in Brazil
My mom got a picture with all four of her kids (ranging from 32 to 16 years old) while we celebrated my brother’s impending fatherhood at his “Super Heroines” baby shower.


Jacky from Tales from the Waygook Mama 

Waygook Mama
Sisters smiling for the camera.


Leanna from All Done Monkey

All Done Monkey
I love watching my boys’ relationship develop as they get older and seeing how much my two ninjas enjoy playing together.


Phoebe from Lou Messugo

Lou Messugo
Brothers at Plitivice Lakes in Croatia – there’s a big age gap but they get on very well especially when travelling.


Annabelle from The Piri Piri Lexicon

The Piri Piri Lexicon
My two children, 5 years old and 17 months old on the beach in Portugal, playing with a tiny crab.


Amanda from Miss Panda Chinese 

Miss Panda Chinese
M&E, brother and sister say “Hello, Totoro!” at Studio Ghibli’s Donguri Republic.


Amanda from Expat Life with a Double Buggy 

Expat Life with a Double Buggy
Master baker brothers in all seasons – be it making British flapjacks or Dutch kruidnoten.


Esther from Third Culture Mama

Third Culture Mama
Partners in crime, orchestrating a highly organized raspberry theft while parents attempt to sleep in.


Orlana from Crazy Little Family Adveture

Crazy Little Family Adventure
Exploring Bali, one crazy sculpture at a time.


Diana from LadyDeeLG

My little brother and I – thanks mom for our stylin’ outfits.


Jennifer from American Mom in Bordeaux

American Mom in Bordeaux
Sisterly love while exploring Brussels, Belgium.


Alexandria from Back of the TapTap

Back of the TapTap
Two generations of siblings as part of our three generation family photos – what a great day!


Melissa from Melibelle in Tokyo

Melibelle in Tokyo
A hot day in Japan brings out the silliness for these siblings, 5 and 2, and they get silly with frozen yogurt.


Linda from Hispanic Mama

Hispanic Mama
“Ñañas” (sisters in Quechua) wearing the traditional dress of Ecuador.


… and then there’s me: Rita from Multilingual Parenting

Multilingual Parenting
Sisters having fun in the sun and snow in Finland.


You can find more fabulous family pictures from across the globe in the other posts of the series:

Mothers and Daughters Across the World
Fathers and Sons Across the World
Mothers and Sons Across the World
Fathers and Daughters Across the World

(All pictures are copyright protected and may not be used without the respective blogger’s explicit consent.)

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Rita Rosenback is the founder of the Multilingual Parenting site, author of “Bringing up a Bilingual Child” and a Family Language Coach helping multilingual families. She also gives talks and holds workshops for parents and teachers on the topic of bilingual children.

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