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post #21 of 29
Mine b/g twins are almost 6 months. Completely different people who happened to share the same very small apartment for 9 months.

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post #22 of 29
My b/g twins are almost 10 months. They definitely have similar features, but different personalities (though they both aren't great sleepers of course!)
post #23 of 29
I have b/g twins who turned 3 in August

There is a strong family resemblance but they look very different. And they have totally opposite personalities/temperments. My boy is autistic and non-verbal so my girl is actually more involved with her big brother.
post #24 of 29
my b/g twins are 4 months now and very "twin-ish." they talk to each other already, always sleep better together (usually in the same position), very often poop at the same time and (my favorite) they hold hands while they tandem nurse. he's about two pounds heavier thay her but they are about the same length so she's just more slender. they look a great deal alike in the face, but my little girl actually looks so much like her older sis did at that age. he is going to have blond hair though and hers is dark dark brown.

i knew they were b/g twins early too before an ultrasound-- i had recurring dreams. scary enough- i'm having them again about a second set of b/g twins even though DH and i have agreed that we're done and he's already been snipped.
post #25 of 29
I have boy/girl twins. They will be 1 on the 20th. :cry: time goes so fast. I have a few matching outfits for them but most of their clothes were given to us so I only have what another twin mom has sent me. I love having them and i hope that I get to have more twins!!
post #26 of 29
I have 3 month old b/g twins. They look alike- both blonde/blue eyes/fair, but my son is 2 lbs heavier than her. He also looks more solid, she looks more dainty. Everyone says you can tell who is a boy and who is a girl, no matter how they are dressed. their personalities are very different- my son is quieter and everyone knows my girls going to be the boss!
post #27 of 29
Mine are 4 1/2. They're very different but they are also very attached to one another.
post #28 of 29
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Originally Posted by Iammymother View Post
I have 3 month old b/g twins. They look alike- both blonde/blue eyes/fair, but my son is 2 lbs heavier than her. He also looks more solid, she looks more dainty. Everyone says you can tell who is a boy and who is a girl, no matter how they are dressed. their personalities are very different- my son is quieter and everyone knows my girls going to be the boss!

I heard the same things about being able to tell the difference and my daughter has made it know that she is the boss too. My son is totally laid back.
post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by kristy_michigan View Post
Hi. New here. I have 18 month b/g twins. I am so glad to have found this site--wish I had found it when they were even smaller. Haven't come across this many moms of b/g twins chatting in one spot before. Because I have a website where parents of b/g twins can sell clothes their twins outgrow (for free!), I set google to give me a daily update of stuff on the web related to b/g twins--and this site just popped up. So glad to find it and find some other moms of boy girl twins.

Mine are totally different, in looks, appearance, personality, etc. It is so funny how genes work isn't it?? We have been worrying about our son because he is so far behind our daughter in terms of language, etc., but the doctors assure us not to worry.

Anyone have twins first and other kids after that? We are thinking about having more and wondering how the family dynamics have worked for others in that situation??

Thanks!
Kristy
Welcome! I'll let you know about the family dynamic thing in 6 months or so LOL.
As for delays, here's one tiny bit of totally unsolicited advice: it does NOT hurt to call Early Intervention for a free evaluation. Most pediatricians are NOT developmental experts, believe it or not, and mama instincts are almost always better. If I had listened to 3 different ped's, my family, and my friends who all told me my DD was "fine," she would never have gotten therapy as early as she did. As it is she started PT at one year, never crawled (she scooted on her butt), walked at 22 months, and JUST last month finished up OT and is basically "caught up" at 4 years old. So go with your gut. EI is free
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