I only know this is a thing because one time my sister pointed it out to me. And I said, “what, this is a thing?” That is, National Siblings Day.
And look, it isn’t really a thing. Greeting card companies must be trying to get something out of this. Kind of like every other “holiday.”
Apparently, April 10th is National Siblings Day. Or is it the second Tuesday in April? I dunno and I love my siblings, but I also don’t care. They don’t need a “holiday” for me to tell them that I love them.
And now that I’ve got that out of my system, let’s get on to the point.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers obviously remains estranged from his brothers, Luke and Jordan. Luke hasn’t said a whole lot about the situation, other than it’s awkward. Jordan famously drug it out when he was on The Bachelorette.
Aaron hasn’t spoken to anyone in his family for what we believe to be more than three years now. His father once uttered the phrase “fame can change you.” And Aaron has become Mr. Hollywood in recent years.
There are rumors that Aaron’s mother has repeatedly reached out to him recently and he hasn’t replied. We’re not going to try to speculate on someone’s family dynamic. These are all things we’ve heard, some of them repeatedly and from different sources. So that’s what that is.
That aside, there’s no denying this. Jordan made a point to post a photo of him and Luke to Instagram talking about how much he loved and respected Luke. National Siblings Day and all…
No mention of Aaron.
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It’s #nationalsiblingsday❗️TAG or @ your brother/sister or someone LIKE a brother/sister to you so they know how much they mean to you! • • • • • • I’ve looked up to this guy since I was a little kid. He is the coolest, best dressed, has the biggest heart, lovable, best griller, little kid big brother I could ask for. Love you bro! Still jealous of your facial hair… #butnotthebodyhair