Middle Child Day is a day to celebrate all the amazing things about being a middle child. It's a day to honor the unique position that middle children occupy in families.
Middle children often feel overlooked and undervalued, but on Middle Child Day, they can revel in their special status.
There are many benefits to being a middle child. Middle children are often more independent than their siblings. They learn to problem-solve and negotiate from a young age, since they're constantly jockeying for position between an older and younger sibling.
Middle children are also natural peacemakers. They're used to mediating disputes and calming down heated arguments. Their skills in conflict resolution can come in handy in all sorts of situations.
So on Middle Child Day, let's celebrate all the wonderful middle children out there. They may not be the center of attention, but they play a vital role in families and communities.