I only have one child, so not happening here yet but my sister saw my MIL buying the same outfits for both her granddaughters (my 16mo daughter and her almost 5 year old cousin). I really hope she doesn't expect us to dress them the same :/
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06-11-2014 20:59 #41
06-11-2014 21:04 #42Senior Member
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I have identical twins and have never understood the dressing alike thing for them...as if they won't already have a hard enough time being seen as individuals!! But I get asked about it
all the time and people offer opinions on it.
But in answer to your question, for xmas....go for it. Daggy...I'd say yes....but still fun for that time of year
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06-11-2014 21:16 #43
Daggy but oh so cute! I have a 4yo ds and 19mo dd but last Christmas I dressed them in sort of matching outfits. Just today ds wanted a shirt that said best big brother and dd best little sister they are so wearing them together if anything it makes ds feel proud! If that makes us daggy so be it.
06-11-2014 21:28 #44
Remembered once when me and DH were dating and we met up for the day we were both wearing army pants and black top by coincidence oh nooo I was so embarrassed I felt like everyone was looking like what an idiot couple to make it worse we were ridding on his motorbike then walking around holding a helmet each lol even more matchy
06-11-2014 21:39 #45
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06-11-2014 21:48 #46
For Xmas or special occasions for sure!
My sil dresses my neices, 2 & 5, in exactly the same thing every time she leaves the house. I don't find it cute and I don't know why, but it annoys me.
07-11-2014 09:31 #47Senior Member
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07-11-2014 09:34 #48
I think it's cute for the odd occasion - Christmas, a party, family photo. Wouldn't do it all the time though, unless of course the kids wanted to. I've got mine matching Christmas outfits this year
07-11-2014 09:55 #49
Dd2 and dd3 have a lot of the same clothes, but if we are going out I dont dress them in the same thing unless they specifically ask. Around home I dont care, and special occasions like xmas (sometimes). We had photos done recently and all 4 girls and I were in matching dresses (provided by the photographer as it was a xmas theme). Im not a fan of dressing kids the same regularly, but each to their own.
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07-11-2014 13:11 #50
I dress my girls in coordinating dresses for family photo's and some family functions.
Same dress in diff colours etc.
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