Brave of you OP! Our twins were #4 and #5, so we knew thought we knew what babies were like. And how hard can one more baby be, anyway? Answer: I don’t know, because those first two years are a foggy haze!Anyway. We have b/g twins who are now 4. They don’t really have a super-close relationship, like where one can’t sleep if the other is out of the room, but I can see it building because they do and experience everything together. Their interests may diverge somewhat eventually, but for now they’re pretty constant pals and it’s adorable to watch.



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