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05-04-2003 06:14 PM
Twinklestars YES! And, mine trade off too!
04-30-2003 06:44 PM
Sloth YES.

And they trade off.

DS is the usual candidate, but if he can't get his way, DD will try. They plan it this way. They each have their own ways of working their plan, but it's clear that it is their plan.

Sneaky kidlets.

(They almost always succeed.)
04-30-2003 06:28 PM
BlueKitten YES! Occasionally they will switch roles, but generally Abbie is the boss, or director. It is really funny to watch and see how they interact with each other.

Abbie is kind of the "little mom" of the house. Most of the time it's funny, sometimes it's not. When she gets too bossy, Arenne will usually go play with her brother.

I think it's kind of wild how they will do a lot of things without talking, they just really work together well. Most of the time
04-30-2003 05:07 PM
Pretzel Twister
I wouldn't say this outside of parents of multiples

but, is one of yours bossier than the other?

I always thought our Baby A would be more dominant and bossy, but lately her sister is acting like she's a grown up. She tells her sister "no" when she's doing something naughty and takes her by the hand when I am trying to herd them out of the bathroom after teeth brushing time. It's cracking me up. Baby A pretty much ignores her or laughs at her, but Baby B doesn't give up easily and continues to play the mommy role. It's fun and surprising how they are growing and changing.

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