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    I dress my twins the same about 90% of the time. All hell breaks loose when I don't because they both want to wear the same thing.
    I try to buy all the same outfits in different colours but they do have a fair few the same.
    TBH I don't pay attention to what other kids are wearing, not my kid so why should I be bothered?

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    I only have one, but sure I would dress them the same/ co-ordinating at times if/ when we have another! I think it's cute

    My sister and I are 5 years apart, with her being older than me. We sometimes got dressed the same, and you can imagine how (as a 5 year old) I would have LOVED that, and how she (as a 10 year old) would have been appalled at the very concept...

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    My two boys dress the same, they are both nudists!

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    I have a 5 year old daughter and an 18 month old son and I'll often dress them in matching colours. My daughter wears a lot of red, navy and white together (Rhubarb stuff), because it suits her colouring and I'm not a fan of pink stuff. I'll then put Dane in red, navy and white too. Looks cute and photos always look great too.

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    So I can safely assume majority rules against the idea?

    Lol - I wasn't expecting so many responses but clearly not a popular option.

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    I don't do it.

    MIL had 6 children and the family photos on her walls of them all dressed identically (from when they were tiny to teens) has had me freaked out for years


 

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