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PostPosted: 25 Mar 2008 15:54 
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if you see identical twins dressed the same do you think it is cute or a little bit creepy?

i'm not sure personally but it really freaks mark out when they are dressed identically :lol:


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They do look cute but if i had twins i don't think i would dress them the same.

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my friend dresses her twins in the same clothes sometimes - i think at times its cute but not every day


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Me & my sis used to get dressed the same & there's 13 months between us!! Evil mom :lol: :lol:

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I dress my boys the same soometimes, i dont go out to buy the same clothes for them but i do tend to get clothes brought for them which are the same. They do have the same winter coats tho :lol:

Normally i dress them co-ordinating

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My girls have only ever been dressed the same twice. And both times it was just so I could take a photo!!
Tavia was a biger baby (although Dacey is taller now) so even if people bought them the same thing, they didn't fit at the same time.
Also, as I have 2 older daughters most of their clothes were hand-me-downs anyway.
When I am buying clohes I tend to buy what I think will suit each one. Alot of stuff they share but as they are getting older, they are beginning to decided whose is whose themslves.


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Hi,

I was best mates at school with some twis they had and stll have a really identity crisis and I think their folks dressing them the same and insisting they were in the same class at school etc contributed to that they never met anyone who didnt know they were a twin or didnt know both of them Steph is pregnant now and was dreading the posibility of having twins but luckily there is only the 1. I would love to have twins but would encourage them to be themselves and have develop their own personalities.

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