Re: Law suit in Ca. to allow twin sister in
Mark Arend (arend@PEOPLES.NET)
Fri, 30 May 1997 16:08:49 -0500
At 03:16 PM 5/30/97 -0500, Kim Moye wrote:
>Having twins, I can't believe that Amy or CJ would "choose" to have each
>other in the same troop. ...
>There is little truth from what I have seen in the comment that fraternal
>twins are no closer than other siblings. They may not be as close as
All true. Growing up, my sister & I wouldn't have wanted that--we were
together enough as it was. And we are closer than either of us are with our
brother (7 years younger).
> They "need" (IMO) to be considered as separate individuals.
Also true. In the very small town my Mother came from there may still be
older people who refer to us as "The Twins", as if we were a pair of salt
shakers or something.
And if there's one thing we got tired of it was people saying "Oh twins!
Are you identical twins?"
Mark W. Arend
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