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Old 07-26-2013, 02:17 PM   #11
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Such gorgeous colors, I hope she loves it, it's very fitting on her so cheerful
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Old 07-27-2013, 12:01 AM   #12
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Very nice, David! She looks like she adores her brother, and her new vest as well! The vest really suits her! I love Noro, too!
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Hey Artlady, yeah, she's pretty good as sisters go! I have a twin brother (non-identical), we're the babies. Then Mary, pictured, has an identical twin sister (Heather), and above us (above the two sets of twins are an older brother and sister, the prototypes, as my mother called them).

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Hey Shadow, thanks- she was very happy!
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Hey Artlady, yeah, she's pretty good as sisters go! I have a twin brother (non-identical), we're the babies. Then Mary, pictured, has an identical twin sister (Heather), and above us (the two sets of twins are an older brother and sister, the prototypes, as my mother called them).
There are 3 sets of twins in your family?!
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There are 3 sets of twins in your family?!
twins run in my family to, though it skipped my ma's generation, one of us kids will probably have twins cause of her
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Ah, I like it! It looks just lovely on Mary, too! I have used Noro a couple of times for small projects. I really like the colorways. Are the oldest two siblings twins also?
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My sister has twins, I dodged that bullet thankfully. As we have 11 kids between the 2 of us, no more babies for either of us. Will be interesting to see how many twins we get next generation!

David, love the vest!!!
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I have five siblings ... the oldest two are not twins (thank god), two sets in one family is PERFECTLY enough ... !
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I love the colors and stripes (love anything striped) and she looks great in it!
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