My sister and I had numerous clothes the same and we hated it! I swore NEVER to do that to my kids.
I have 3 girls and I have my head hung in shame that I have done it to them twice. Numerous times I have dressed them in different things but similar colouring!
I think it looks sooooooooooo cute, but I do have flash backs so will not do it more than a couple of times. As it is, my time is running out as DD1 is about to change sizes.
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30-03-2012 21:04 #11
30-03-2012 21:07 #12
Exact same outfit - cruel!
Coordinated - cute!
I dress both DS in say dress shorts and a dressier top or casual shorts and trackies - I wouldn't have one in real casual and the other dressier, so in that sense I coordinated them but never the exact same outfit!
30-03-2012 21:09 #13
My girls are 21 months apart and I often dress them in the same outfit or colours or very similar outfits I think it looks cute
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30-03-2012 21:11 #14
I wouldn't even dress twins in the same clothes.
30-03-2012 21:12 #15
I dont have the problem of dressing my 2 in matching outfits as I have DD and DS but I do tend to co-ordinate their close. I think that its m OCD kicking in
30-03-2012 21:14 #16
My boys might both wear jeans or 'matching' pants but never the same shirt.
30-03-2012 21:19 #17
I did with dd2 and dd3 for a wedding because living in the tropics it was really hard to find a warm pretty winter dress for a wedding down south. They looked wonderful but I would do on a regular bases.
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30-03-2012 21:24 #19
My mother has just recently bought my girls matching outfits.
It's not surprising considering she buys me and my SIL the same thing for Xmas.
I can barely get my DDs in coordinated outfits (in their own right) as it is without trying to dress them in matching outfits!
30-03-2012 21:26 #20
My grandmother use to dress my father and his younger brother in matching clothes. There are many photos of them both; my dad has a surly look on his face and my uncle a big smile. Younger brother loved being in the same outfit, older brother hated it.
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