This morning, we reported on a Time magazine cover story that looks at birth order. The story compares some of the anecdotal evidence that we've gathered for generations with recent scientific studies. WATCH VIDEO
The results? That much of what we thought about birth order is true. The studies seem to confirm some of our long-standing beliefs -- namely that the first-born child is often a high achiever and the most responsible member of the family; the middle-born children have trouble living up to the standards of their older siblings; and the youngest tends to be the most creative and wildest of the group.
Of course, these are generalizations, and I'm sure you can find instances where you and your siblings or your children have developed different dynamics. So does your family fit neatly into these sibling boxes or has it broken free of the "Brady Bunch" birth order stereotypes?