The first part of Rodrick Rules is focused on Greg's older brother (Rodrick). The whole idea of the book is the events that had gone on that day, in which Greg then writes about in this book. There are really no chapters in the book, but a run on ideas of day to day events that had went on in the fictional characters life. The biggest event that occurs in the book, and is kind of what leads on to further ideas and events in the book is how Rodrick throws a house party in which their parents do not know of. Greg is then framed for the mess he caused leading to more ideas.
I want to know if there is such a thing as twin telepathy because I am a twin myself and I think it would be interesting to learn what others think regarding this idea and if there has been any proof that such a thing could exist. I know my brother and I play sports really well together but I wonder if this is just because we have grown up together or if we somehow connect in a different way that enables us to understand what the other is going to do.
For my exit project I am writing to my new baby sister. The project will be titles baby no name. My family is still undecided on a name, hence "baby no name". I want my new sister to know who I was for 18 years before she came into my life. My project will be a memoir of everything I have done and who I have become prior to her existence. The project will consist for three pieces of writing, mixed with pictures, and small baby toys to connect the project.
Ever been in that situation where you relies that your siblings are following you around? This comes at the point where your siblings look up to you to see how they should act. They want to be just like you in every sense. "there's growing evidence to suggest that siblings shape each other in important ways," says Laurie Kramer, a professor of applied family studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign. So to make sure that your brother and/or sister are the best people they can be make yourself their best role-model.