Twin Sisters: Will They Have A Special Bond?
Are you pregnant with twins, triplets or more?
Do you wonder if the babies will look alike (identical) or different (fraternal)?
Will the twin sisters act exactly alike if they are identical or be totally different if they are fraternal?
I had quadruplet girls, which are two sets of twin sisters . . .one identical, and one fraternal.
Before I became pregnant, I had no idea that you could become pregnant with both identical twins and fraternal twins at the same time! I also didn’t have any idea there’s a different type of relationship between identical twins and fraternal twins.
So let me tell you a few things about my kids . . .
Well first of all, the experts say identical twins have a special connection. I never really believed this was true until I saw it myself.
Do you know identical twins answer questions simultaneously?
It really is kind of funny the way they give the same answer in unison.
It’s not like they practice this or anything. They just always have been able to answer the same way when people ask them something.
Have you heard of the special bond identical twins have?
Yes, it’s true!
My identical twin girls, Natalie and Nicole, always want to play the same thing. They even want to dress alike!
The also spontaneously hold hands while we’re walking outside.
Did you know identical twins sympathize with each other?
Well at least mine do.
When one twin gets hurt, the other one will go up and hug them and love them.
Natalie and Nicole just have this extra special bond and connection since they are identical.
Did you know that one of the identical twin sisters usually is more dominate then the other one?
I see this all the time with my girls. Nicole is the more dominate one. She isn’t bossy or anything, she just tends to be more independent. In contrast Natalie wants Nicole around for comfort and security.
One of the ways I am working on making all four of my girls more independent and feel special is The “I AM a Gift to the World!” Challenge created by Chief Robert TallTree and Terri Lynn TallTree
It’s a challenge showing you how to tell people they’re important to you. Anonymously! And it can easily be used to show family and friends how much you — or your loved one — care about them.
It’s F-R-E-E — and FUN! Plus there are some great prizes available!
Just click on the image or this link for more information . . .
To Your Abundant Life with Multiples,