Most Common (and Annoying) Questions You’ll Get About Your Twins
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Not The Same!! Identical Twins Don’t Always Dress Alike!
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Twins Realize They Look The Same
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Why It’s Not “Cute” to Dress Identical Twins and Triplets the Same
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We Dressed Like Identical Twins for a Week!
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They may prefer to dress alike, sharing the same taste in clothing or enjoying the symbolism of their unique status as twins. Or, they may wish to express their own individuality by creating their own style. Until that time, parents should go. Dressing Like Twins.
We would dress them alike for special occasions, like going to church or for pictures. However, each would have a subtle difference like a different color bow in their hair. In those early days when they really didn’t have any hair, we’d use head bands. You should help others identify your twins.
If you’re the parent of twins, you’ve probably had an earful about whether you should dress your twins alike. People notice when siblings of different ages are dressed alike. But dress your twins in matching outfits, and you’re in for a lot of comments, including compliments.
There are a lot of opinions on whether regularly dressing twins in identical outfits is good for them or harmful to their. Should You Dress Your Twins Alike or Differently? Most twins experts will tell you that you should always dress your twins differently. You want people to treat them as individuals, and you should encourage your twins to develop their own tastes and style. Through my informal research, I’ve found that dressing your twins (triplets, quadruplets, etc.) the same when they’re babies does not have a long term effect on.
Of course not, especially if they’re babies or toddlers. Dress is just one component to the whole identity formation package. Yet it’s the habit of dressing twins alike that can lead to challenges as it subtly conveys to friends, family, and the guy on the street that you don’t mind if they see your twins as one. The parents of identical twins Heidi, left, and Izzy ensure they wear different outfits But for some parents of twins, they have made a conscious decision not to dress their children.
The fact that parent’s choose to dress twins alike because it’s considered ‘cute’ does frustrate me and seems short sighted. It’s no wonder that the older they get, the more resistance comes from individual outfits when all they’ve known is the familiarity of matching. Without having the option to. Many psychologists recommend letting twins pick their own clothes once they are able too. It can also be a safety measure.
It can be hard for friends and even family members to tell your twins apartsometimes when they are dressed alike (especially if they are identical twins). I always dress my boys alike. They are fraternal and don’t look alike. There is also some weight difference so most strangers don’t know they are twins.
But I have told every since the day we found out we were having twins (they are almost 2 now) that I am the one dressing them, so I am dressing them alike.
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