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    There are loved ones, there are friendships, and then there are sisters. The bond between one sister to another is unbreakable, tighter than any knot and stronger than any metal.

    As a parent, its important to acknowledge how important the relationship is between sisters and how these soon-to-be women should know how to care for and support their fellow ladies.

    Thankfully, there are some great examples of inspiring sisters out in the world for us to look up to, and we've rounded up our favorites!

  • Beyoncé And Solange Knowles

    Beyoncé And Solange Knowles

    Each sister is famous in her own right, with beauty, talent and very strong feminist attitudes alike in both. The two have each made an incredible career for themselves and consistently spoken up for girls to stand up for themselves and be their own hero. Beyoncé and Solange Knowles are key to seeing how sisters can support each other instead of being jealous, and how even more successful a girl can be with a strong sister beside her.  

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  • Kate And Pippa Middleton

    Kate And Pippa Middleton

    It can be a little girl's dream come true to become a princess. This fairytale became reality for Catherine Middleton when she wed her college boyfriend, who just happened to be Prince William, heir to the English throne. She and her sister Pippa together often make headlines together due to their beauty and fashion sense, but the sisters also find great importance in charity work and helping others. Kate and Pippa show girls around the world that with or without fortune or a fab wardrobe, one should always look out for others. 

    Photo Credit: Splash

  • Barbie, Skipper, Stacie, and Chelsea

    Barbie, Skipper, Stacie, and Chelsea

    Barbie and her sisters, Skipper, Stacie, and Chelsea are classic icons of positive sisterhood. Moms and daughters alike can enjoy watching their adventures.

    Barbie, her sisters and their adorable new puppy friends find unexpected mystery and adventure when they return to their hometown of Willows. While going through mementos in Grandma’s attic, the sisters discover an old map, believed to lead to a long-lost treasure buried somewhere in the town. With their puppy pals in tow, the four girls go on an exciting treasure hunt, along the way discovering that the greatest treasure of all is the love and laughter they share as sisters!


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  • Mary-Kate, Ashley and Elizabeth Olsen

    Mary-Kate, Ashley and Elizabeth Olsen

    Mary-Kate, Ashley and Elizabeth Olsen are a perfect example of how little sisters can grow up to be incredibly talented women, especially if they support and motivate each other. 

    Mary-Kate and Ashley are the fraternal twins in the trio who started their star-studded journey at 9 months, both playing the role of Michelle Tanner on Full House. Their fame grew into a tween entertainment and merchandising empire, with an estimated worth of $100 million! The two are now fashionable twenty-somethings with a social conscience, selling affordable designs at Walmart and high-end ones under the luxury label, The Row.

    The younger sister, Elizabeth, has also entered the film world, playing critically acclaimed roles and making a name for herself in Hollywood with parts in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) and Godzilla (2014).

    Photo Credit: Splash

  • Malia And Sasha Obama

    Malia And Sasha Obama

    The first daughters have essentially grown up in the political limelight, and over time we've seen them grow from darling little girls into strong women. With two pretty important parents - President Obama and First Lady Michelle - to learn from, these sisters are nowhere near being done making an impact in the world. For now, they're making waves in the fashion world with their unique styles and who knows - maybe we'll see them running for the POTUS seat one day? 

    Photo Credit: Splash

  • Katniss And Primrose Everdeen

    Katniss And Primrose Everdeen

    Despite living in a harsh world, sisters Katniss and Primose Everdeen from the Hunger Games trilogy rise above all with their courage, strong minds and big hearts. We know these aren't "real" sisters but their story is inspiring nonetheless. 

    The two have their differences, both in physical looks and how they act. Yet the Girl on Fire and her sister are incredibly devoted to each other, inspiring other sisters to cherish each other and be there for each other when they need it most.  

    Photo Credit: Lionsgate Entertainment

  • Venus And Serena Williams

    Venus And Serena Williams

    Venus and Serena - names synonymous with strength, beauty and empowerment. The superstar tennis players and sisters are forces to be reckoned with on and off the court. Though their careers may pit them against each other, the two have always congratulated each other on achievements and are happy for whoever wins. Now that's some sisterly love!

    Photo Credit: Splash

  • Meg, Joe, Beth, And Amy March

    Meg, Joe, Beth, And Amy March

    The four sisters of Little Women, though fictional, experienced very real situations that brought them closer as a family and prove to sisters in the real world how important sisterly love is.

    Louisa May Alcott's 1868 novel broke boundaries of nationality, class, and female stereotypes with the spirited March sisters, especially the rebellious tomboy Joe. The girls' stories encompass universal messages of virtue and love as well as lessons on how to strive through poverty and loss. When little girls read about the March sisters, they can learn how to embrace their flaws and love everyone equally. 

    Photo Credit: Columbia Pictures

  • Beezus And Ramona

    Beezus And Ramona

    Beverly Cleary’s Ramona series shows the ups and downs of sisterhood in a real, humorous, and honest way that parents and kids can relate to. Nine-year-old Beezus (aka Beatrice) and four-year-old Ramona are sisters who go through plenty of the same situations real sisters do. Little girls who read and learn about this duo can learn some legitimate lessons in being a good sister, as well as see that every pair of siblings has crazy fights as well as loving hugs. 

    Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox

  • Emily, Charlotte And Anne Bronte

    Emily, Charlotte And Anne Bronte

    The Brontes not only were an inspiring set of sisters themselves with their literary works, but the heroines in their novels were just as important for young girls to read about and learn from. 

    The three very shy sisters were brought up in a polluted town in the Yorkshire moors by their widowed father, Patrick. Often writing by candlelight, their works resulted in English classics such as Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, and The Tenant of Wildfell by Anne Bronte.

    Photo Credit: Gaumont

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