I have a party planed in near future and I thought to buy the same dresses for both my girls -
Is it a great idea or do I need to buy different dresses for them?
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its a person choice to dress them alike or not, how old are they and do they normally dress alike? if hey are older, have you asked them ?
some folks will buy the same outfit in two different colors to match but not be exactly the same
So what if I don't fit cleanly into a defined parenting style, my kids don't fit into a personality archetype either!
I didn't like being dressed like my sister when we were younger. We are 16mths apart. But we were old enough to have an opinion about it. I plan to dress my girls alike unti they complain about it. Then they are free to wear different things.
Leslie, mama to Paige 8, Zara 3 and Audrey, Sophia & Nina June 7/11 @32.6
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It's up to you! My girls are only 9 weeks old, but for now, we often dress them alike (same style but different colours, etc.) but not exactly the same. As they get older, I plan to let them decide.
Married to my love since 08/12/10, mama to E 04/06/01 and twin girls M and Z 01/08/11
We are a family! Expecting #4 and #5 in September - what a surprise!
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