10 Disney Siblings That Taught Us The Value Of Family

This year, National Sibling Day had landed on April 10th, so don’t forget to thank your siblings for everything they have done for you if you haven’t done so already. I know that sometimes brothers and sisters can be a handful but life would never be the same without them. When I think of my sister, I involuntarily think back to our childhood when the only thing we could agree on is what Disney film to watch. So in honor of Sibling Day, I compiled a list of memorable Disney brothers and sisters who taught us that a sibling bond is something unbreakable and unique.  

1. Frozen
Anna and Elsa are one of the most well-known sibling pairs these days. Their relationship gave everyone some serious sister goals. So many of us could relate to these two strong and beautiful characters and that is one of the main reasons why they are so popular.

2. Lilo and Stitch
As a big sister, I definitely understand the responsibility of having a little sister. Nani did a great job taking care of Lilo, but sometimes Lilo just needed a sister and not an authority figure. They were never a picture perfect family and that’s what I loved about them. It’s important to understand that all families are different and each one is special in its own unique way.

3. Aristocats
Marie, Berlioz, and Toulouse were all very different.  They each had unique personalities and hobbies. However, their life of leisure didn’t spoil them, they adapted well to the outside world by sticking together!

4. Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck
Huey, Dewey, and Louie were the reason I wanted a twin when I was a kid so I could switch places with them.  These three created so much mischief, but they always managed to stick together through thick and thin. Even though they were well-known troublemakers they still had a good heart and cared not only for each other but also for their uncles.

5. Bug’s life
Atta and Dot also had a big age gap like Nani and Lilo. Atta was the responsible one who had too many responsibilities on her plate, however, she always had time for Dot. Their relationship showed that we could learn a lot from our younger siblings about trust and courage.

6. Peter Pan
Wendy, Michael, and John developed a close relationship while living together in the nursery and listening to Wendy’s stories about Peter. Even though Wendy had to accept the fact that growing up was inevitable she realized that it wasn’t that scary and helped her brothers see the same way. Their adventures ended up bringing the whole family together.

7. Brother Bear
Technically Kenai and Koda are not actual brothers but their relationship developed into a real brotherly bond. It was precious to see these two connect and grow together. Just like any sibling pair, they were at odds a lot of the times but at the end, they developed a true relationship that only real brothers can share.

8. 101 Dalmatians
They made chaos seem fun! I think if I had 101 siblings I would mix their names up every single day if I even remembered all of them. I also have a ton of respect for their parents who seemed to always have everything under control.

9. Toy Story
Andy and Molly were not the epicenters of the story but they were definitely able to deliver a realistic sibling bond to the viewers. It was adorable to see these two grow up throughout all the movies.

10. Robin Hood
The Bunny family was adorable. Even though it was difficult for them to get by they were always cheerful and would never forget about one another. They sometimes had their odds too but they always had each other’s back.

So thank you, Disney, for teaching us about the value of a sibling bond and showing us that every family is different and special. Happy Sibling day everyone!

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