My youngest sister can be the opposite. She is creative but in a very chaotic manner. Well, to me, at least. She swears it's the latest trend. She can be very random in her placement of things. When I ask her why she put that icon there or even why that icon, she seldom has an answer that's logical to my ears. With me, I can explain exactly why I placed that icon where I did.
Our other sister just does what she wants to do. It seldom makes sense to us and a lot of times, she grabs her best ideas from us anyway. But that is not my point.
My point is we share DNA and we share parents and a home and whole lot of things. But we are different from each other. Just because we live together in the same home and our parents brought us up does not mean we have to share the exact same traits and likes and dislikes and behaviour. We are different just as everyone is different from everyone else. It is not fair to expect us to be the same just because we share the same genetics.
Nobody should have to conform to what their siblings are like or be like their siblings. Everyone has a right to be themselves. And anybody who does not realise this or accept it yet cannot place judgement on anyone who chooses to be different. We make our own choices and we will be the ones living with that choice; not you, not the aunty next door, definitely not the busybody friends who think they can tell you what to do with your children.