Each chapter of this is by a different author, in the first-person voice of a different member of the 'whole family', as they annoy and assist each other and absorb a newcomer. It isn't an exercise in subtle characterization in any of them; it's more as though they chose the three-word, easy to sell description of each character and went for easy wit instead. It might be a television show; catchy, a little bit catty.
The father /-- The old-maid aunt / -- The grandmother / -- The daughter-in-law / -- The school-girl / -- The son-in-law / -- The married son / -- The married daughter / -- The mother / -- The school-boy / -- Peggy / -- The friend of the family / .
Project Gutenberg file #5066, The Whole FamilySo wrote clew in Fiction (20th c.).