if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

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Richard Hawley
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if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Richard Hawley » Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:20 pm

Identical twins are twins who developed from the same fertilized egg, making them look remarkably similar. It can be very difficult to tell identical twins apart. By paying attention to differences in appearance and personality, however, you should be able to figure it out. If you're a parent of twin babies, there are some tricks you can use to tell one baby from the other. And first thing you should remember of - look at the wardrobe. While identical twins look alike, they often have different tastes. This can result in a different wardrobe. Consider wardrobe options when trying to identify twins. Maybe some other guys will continue me..

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Adam Levine » Sat Jun 25, 2016 11:05 am

Well if you have twins - means you are very lucky! Watch for small physical differences. Identical twins are never completely identical. There are always small physical differences that you can use to tell one twin from another. Look for things like birthmarks, freckles, moles, and other distinguishing features. These can be used to tell twins apart.If you're just meeting a set of twins, ask a mutual friend about physical differences. Minor differences are hard to notice at first. Someone who's known the twins for awhile may be aware of a birthmark, mole, or freckle you can use to distinguish between them.

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Harry Kane » Sat Jun 25, 2016 2:29 pm

Learn to associate a twin's name with a certain characteristic. If you've found any distinguishing characteristics between twins, try to associate these differences with a twin's name. This can help you quickly tell the twins apart without having to scramble to think.One twin may have curly hair, for example, while the other has straight hair. Try to repeat to yourself, "Addison, curly, Molly, straight, Addison, curly, Molly straight." This will help solidify the connection. The next time you see one of the twins, you'll be able to quickly differentiate based on hair type. Hope your kids will be happy!

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Albert » Sun Jun 26, 2016 9:18 am

Pay attention to slight differences in style. Beyond wardrobe, there may be other slight differences in style you can use to tell twins apart. Things like makeup, jewelry, and accessories are helpful tools.One twin may be known for having a fondness for a certain type of accessory. For example, one twin may have a fondness for hats. A twin may also like a certain brand of clothing. For example, a twin may be known to shop at Abercrombie and Finch a lot.If the twins in question wear makeup, they may wear slightly different shades. One twin's makeup may usually be more dramatic, while another's is more toned down. One twin may prefer pink lipstick, while the other prefers red.

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Peter Parker » Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:17 am

Assess personality. Identical twins often have different personalities. If you've known a pair of twins for awhile, you may be able to tell them apart based on personality. For example, Alice may be very shy and withdrawn, while Sophie is a social butterfly. If you see one of the twins out walking, and she smiles and yells, "Hi!", you're likely dealing with Sophie.Pay attention to speaking style. Twins may have a different speaking style. You can use this as a means to identify twins. Returning to the above example, as Sophie is more social, she may use common slang and colloquial terms in conversation. As Alice is more withdrawn, and spends a lot of time at home, she may have not picked up on as much slang. She may be unlikely to use certain terms and phrases in conversation, sticking to more formal sentences.

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Steven Tyler » Mon Jun 27, 2016 9:48 am

Look at habits and mannerisms. Twins may also have slightly different mannerisms and habits, which you may pick up on if you've spent a lot of time with the twins. One twin may have a habit of twirling his hair, for example, while another may bite his fingernails. One twin may gesticulate more when he or she talks, while another may be more reserved in conversation.Ask politely when in doubt. It's okay to ask politely. While twins may sometimes get slightly annoyed, many identical twins understand others have trouble differentiating between them. If you're really in doubt, politely say something like, "I'm sorry, but are you Mason or Todd?" Thank the twin for answering, and let him or her know you'll try to do better in the future.

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Sheldon » Mon Jun 27, 2016 12:58 pm

Color coordinate your twins. If you're a parent of twin babies, it can get hard to tell your twins apart. It may be a good idea to color coordinate. Always dress twins in certain colors. For example, Maria is always dressed in yellow, red, or green. Lucy is always dressed in purple, pink, or blue.You can also try picking different designs. Maria is usually in stripes, while Lucy is in polka dots.It's a good idea to let daycare workers and babysitters know how your twins are color coordinated. If one twin is on a certain medication, it's important that a caretaker know which twin is which.

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby William Lawn » Tue Jun 28, 2016 12:53 pm

Children are a real miracle - two kids means double miracle. It can sound horrible but still paint a single toenail of one twin. Many parents find it helpful to paint a single toenail on one twin. This way, you'll know which twin is which. If you get confused, check the toes. You'll know you're changing Zachary's diaper if a single toenail is painted green.Use a "scrunchie" or bracelet. You can purchase an elastic scrunchie or some type of small bracelet. Before leaving the hospital, put the scrunchie around one baby's wrist or ankle. This can help you remember which baby is which throughout the day.

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby Mark007 » Tue Jun 28, 2016 3:49 pm

Get to know each baby's personality. After awhile, you probably will not need physical reminders to tell your twins apart. As babies get older, they begin to develop distinct personalities. Zack may be more quiet, and less likely to cry at night, while Jake tends to be fussier and pickier. As your twins personalities emerge, you'll get to know them as individuals. This will make it easier to differentiate between them. You should remember that they are too different persons so you should treat them correctly. Do not be selfish and do not make it easier for you. Life is life. Make your twins different

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Re: if you want to tell a set of identical twins apart

Postby franky » Fri Jul 08, 2016 11:36 am

How alike twins are, they still are separate persons with their own peculiarities and trades of character. It is not so catastrophically, when other people cannot recognize them, but parents have no excuse doing it. Use whatever ways you can create for yourself, but be aware enough to tell to twins apart.


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