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    While they are too young to object I think you should totally do it! It's cute.

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    I think given it's Christmas clothing chances are it'll be pretty daggy anyway 🎅🎅🎅🎅

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    For Christmas clothing I think it's perfectly acceptable lol

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    If the kids don't mind I think it's totally fine and looks cute esp for special occasion like xmas.

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    I think it's super cute

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    I think it looks awful.

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    One of my fave photos of me and my sister from when we were kids is where we are in matching outfits: velvet knickerbockers with long lace socks and button up shirts with lace collars. Mine was blue and her was maroon!

    We both were crying cause we thought we looked stupid - turns out we were right!! Haha! Classic.

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    Yeah, a little bit.

    My mam would always pick a colour theme and dress myself and my brother in it for Easter, Christmas etc etc...
    I hated it!
    The worst thing that ever happened was when the next door neighbour bought herself a knitting machine. We were in matching jumpers for EVERY single occasion. Rotten!

    Luckily my boys have completely different colouring so not a lot of clothes suit them both - just in case I turn in to my mother some day

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    I have done it, and my girls still do it by choice at 9 and 7. I would have thought they'd be over it now, but turns out they still enjoy dressing the same. Each to their own.

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    I once dressed my two boys and my husband all in the same outfit. (Well my husband got dressed and I realised the boys owned the same clothes.) my husband was the only one who had a problem with it hahaha.

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