For a family that's as close yours, your cousins are more than just relatives you see once a year; they're like siblings you love spending time with. Growing up, you basically did everything together. You played dress-up with Grandma's clothes, hosted tea parties with your stuffed animals, and always kept each other entertained at the kids' table. Each person had their own role in the crew, and being the youngest cousin meant that you were treated a little differently than the rest.
You were the baby of the family, and to an outsider, it may have looked like you received all the special treatment. Of course, you know there was a lot more to it than that. You tried so hard to fit in with your older, more mature cousins, and it was a constant struggle getting your voice heard when choosing the best games to play.
You may have been the baby, but being the youngest also came with these nine things that you know all too well. Actually, a lot of these things you dealt with are the reasons why you are the person you are today. So, you're forever grateful for a group of cousins to call forever friends, and for embracing your special role in the crew.