oh yeas apparently the sex of my twins is up for debate too, because my boys hair is kinda med-longish and my girl has been nearly bald until just recently, and now is still just a little pixie.
"as of last diaper change, that one has the penis, so unless he stole it, he's the boy and she's still a girl", snarked the mommy.
So what if I don't fit cleanly into a defined parenting style, my kids don't fit into a personality archetype either!
I have had a few people say they can't tell my girls apart and constantly ask me if I'm "sure" they are not identical. Even people who have only seen them once or twice. I finally got tired of pointing out differences to this one lady and pointed at dd V and said sarcastically "Well her buttcrack is about an inch longer than A's so that means they aren't identical." The lady didn't realize I was joking and very seriously nodded saying, "Well that would mean they aren't I guess." I nearly died I wanted to laugh so hard. I can't wait until they get bigger, I'm sure I'll get comments for quite a while.
Emelee married to J in 03/07. 12/10 our DD C was
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at 41.3 weeks, and 06/12 our fraternal DDs A and V were hospital birth at 41.1 weeks.
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