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    TBH I do laugh, as it looks so silly to me. My girls dress so differently my youngest is a diva, my oldest is suited to hippy look hair down and classic era with hair up. They are so different that dressing them the same would be so cruel.

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    I wouldn't do it, but I've noticed XDP tends to buy DS miniature versions of his own clothes. They do look cute together actually. Luckily XDP isn't a bad dresser.

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    I don't think it's cute at all. I feel terrible saying it, but I can't help it lol
    Personally, I definitely wouldn't be dressing my kids in matching outfits. If I have twins, they'll be wearing different outfits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Beetle View Post
    I wouldn't do it, but I've noticed XDP tends to buy DS miniature versions of his own clothes. They do look cute together actually. Luckily XDP isn't a bad dresser.
    I actually bought DH and DS the same blue polo shirt that they both wore with jeans at his mums 60th and they looked so cute!

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    Multiples yes, siblings years apart- not cool!

    My girls are dressed the same 95% of the time & that's their choice. James does his own thing unless the girls beat me to his draws.

    If we do any where that is crowded, I will put them all in the same colour so I'm only looking for one colour.

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    my SIL does it constantly with my nieces as in every 2nd day and after a couple of times it just looks weird.

    my girls have a couple of dresses the same dress in diff colours but thats about as close as it comes

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    I don't dress them the same but I will admit to having some matching MCNs back in the day...

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    If I had two little girls..I would totally dress them in the same awesome outfit!!

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    bleugh i don't really find it cute at all
    i have 3 boys and have never dressed them the same

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    I dress my girls the same if they have the same outfit. I think it's cute, and the way I see it, they can dress how I like until they complain about it

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