Older brothers elicit a range of feelings in you. They taunt their younger siblings at times and defend them at others. Overall, they never miss a chance to express their affection for their siblings. They might also be fiercely protective of their younger siblings!
They teach us some of the most valuable lessons in life. Because their children are so close in age, even parents feel considerably more at peace. The small child in this video will melt the hearts of anyone who grew up with an older sibling. Ari is the name of the protagonist in the story. He is a four-year-old boy.
Ari and Finn are not blood relatives, but their bond is strong just like that of siblings. This is why Ari easily gives Finn brotherly advice. He has, after all, lived on earth longer than Finn. When his mom, Kristina, leaves Finn and Ari, the older boy does what he does best.
He begins to tell Finn that he has some advice for him and that they are going to have a man-to-man talk. Hopefully, Finn is paying attention because Ari is about to give him crucial lessons in life. You must be wondering what a 4-year-old has up his sleeve.
Well, here it is. First, he tells Finn that dad and mom will say no to many things. He continues to say that this should not worry Finn because they will always have grandma on their side. In a hilarious turn of events, Ari tells Finn that one day, it will be on him to wipe his own bottom. From Finn’s face, it’s clear that he is shocked!
Ari keeps telling Finn that he has more counsel for him. He informs Finn that one of the things he dislikes hearing grown-ups do is talk about babies. When grown-ups talk like that, he gets irritated. He warns Finn that if he sleeps all the time, he will miss out on exciting opportunities. Ari, unbeknownst to him, would come to appreciate his sleep as he grows older.
He tells Finn that he can count on Ari for anything at the end of his advice session. Ari reminds him that they are still brothers, even if they aren’t linked by blood. This is one of those moments where folks can’t take their eyes off the screen. The good news is that Finn has someone on whom he can rely.