I don't do it but it doesnt worry me.
Although on my flight to Melbourne a whole family were wearing matching army print Angry Bird T-shirts and they were hideous,and they looked ridiculous
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31-03-2012 14:37 #41
31-03-2012 15:06 #42
My daughter usually matches her dolly.
But I don't think my kids ever match, I try to ensure they don't clash though.
31-03-2012 15:16 #43
My mum does it. My sisters are 7 & 5. At first it was cos miss 5 would have tantrums and want what miss 7 was wearing now she thinks it's cute... It's not
31-03-2012 16:09 #44
I think it's cutie patootie!!!! I have 3 sisters and my mum often dressed all 4 of us the same!! We were all born within 5 years though.
I plan to buy some matching outfits for my boys ... Although I don't really get to buy stuff myself because they get given so much
31-03-2012 16:10 #45
I've dressed my 2 girls (one is 5 the other is 3) in matching outfits a few times, mainly for family functions etc as the relos always comment how cute they look & i always wanted twin girls (sad i know)
31-03-2012 16:14 #46
My girls like to match sometimes, they all have similar t-shirts (Daddy's princess but 2 have green and one has pink) and they pick out the bottoms they wear with it and the older two purposefully match when the mood strikes.
It's sweet but never forced and they go around saying we're twins but all of their own choice and decision so if they like it I'm all for cuteness without fights for them to wear clothing period
31-03-2012 17:14 #47
Personally I cant think of anything worse, maybe it's because I am scarred from my own childhood lol, there is 14 months between DS and DD and I won't even put them in the same color, let alone the same thing (even though I do threaten DH that I think DS would look adorable in a pretty dress )
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31-03-2012 17:35 #48
But my sons have a shirt that is the same, but different colours that they have worn at the same time, but I doubt people would notice if they just saw them in passing.
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I do it on occasion and sometimes my kids choose to do it. They like going out in matching outfits, or a matching shirt or pants or whatever and having people connect them together as sisters. On the days that one of them doesn't want to do it they don't and the day that one of them decides they never want to do it again it will never happen again.
My girls are 21 months apart, when they were babies it was easier to just grab two of the same thing in different sizes, and now that they're older they like some of the same clothes. It would be stupid of me to not let them express themselves how they wish to by trying to force 'individuality' on them. They're clothes, not brain transplants.
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31-03-2012 18:42 #50
I dress my boys in the same shirt etc if we are going somewhere where there is a crowd as it makes it easy to spot them. When they were younger, they had heaps of matching outfits, I couldn't help myself hehe. (They are 4 and 6 now).
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