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    Default Those with twins.....

    my SIL's twin girls are having their 1st birthday party soon and i'm wondering....do you prefer them to have?....
    The same but different type gifts each or two seperate totally different gifts each? if i buy something both of them can use it kinda feels lazy and tight iykwim.
    Any ideas on what i could get them?

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    I'm out of touch with that age.

    But I do remember my girls at that age were better off with either exactly the same thing, or same but different colour or style. Actually the exact same thing but a different colour whenever possible worked best for my girls. Most definately not something they are mean't to both use together.

    At that age my girls would have fights over a toy when another one exactly the same was right near them. Nope, the one they were fighting with was both theirs. LOL It usually resulted in poor DD3 getting hit on the head with that toy or another one nearby. DD2 would always resort to wacking her sister on the head as many times as she could before I could stop her whenever she couldn't get her own way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannielle View Post
    I'm out of touch with that age.

    But I do remember my girls at that age were better off with either exactly the same thing, or same but different colour or style. Actually the exact same thing but a different colour whenever possible worked best for my girls. Most definately not something they are mean't to both use together.

    At that age my girls would have fights over a toy when another one exactly the same was right near them. Nope, the one they were fighting with was both theirs. LOL It usually resulted in poor DD3 getting hit on the head with that toy or another one nearby. DD2 would always resort to wacking her sister on the head as many times as she could before I could stop her whenever she couldn't get her own way.

    Great advice thankyou!.....maybe i'll try find something soft for them hahaha


 

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