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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

How did they align themselves so fairly?

One looks like Mom the other like Dad
One is Mamma’s boy the other is Dadda’s boy
One likes roti the other prefers dosa
One picks up Hindi and the other selects Tamil
One prefers Nani/ Mausi and the other Patti
One will wait until Mom comes out of the house the other will happily follow the Dad to the car
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I don’t know whether this means anything but while taking a walk, when I give my index finger to Tejas, he clutches to it tightly, whereas Ojas does not. He gives his hand to me and allows me to hold on to his wrist.

13 comments:

~nm said...

Too good! I'm sure you feel happy and relieved about it :D

Could be a secret pact between them so that no one feels left out..could it be?? Hehehehe...

aargee said...

Thats sounds quite interesting...I guess kids follow their favourites. Normally kiddo behaves exactly like his dad and we can very well see that he likes his dad more..may be its something like that. One of them must be liking you and following you and the other one his dad.

WhatsInAName said...

:)
I thought twins are supposed to have similar habits and tastes !!! But yes, this trait does exist between siblings :) Ask me!

Fuzzylogic said...

Wow!twins and each one seems to developing his own personality and style. It must be so exhilarating watching them both this way!

Swati said...

Wow ..what load balancing :D

But good for you ,isn't it ?

Moppet's Mom said...

Isn't that nice? And here's a definite argument for nature over nurture! :-)

Kodi's Mom said...

I think they are being perfectly fair. very sweet.

can we pls hear abt their silly nick names? the latest tag on my blog might help!

Parul said...

What a wonderful way to ensure that both 'sides' of the coin get represented. I am a UP-ite married to a Tam Bram and I often wonder how in the world will Adi (my four month old son) pick up Tamil when his mother-tongue isn't. One way I have addressed this is by ensuring that our domestic help is a Tam herself. Next to me, he spends max time with her.
After reading your post, I am thinking - what luck to have twins :)
Great blog!

Still searching said...

Thats quite amazing really... its like ur'e completely fulfilled by them, well balanced! Very cute!

timepass said...

So nice to read ur post..A perfect example of genes and traits transferred from parents to kids..right?

Suki said...

Wow.. such a lovely balance! And it's wonderful how you see and treat them as independent people, and not "the twins".

I miss updates about Ojas and Tejas! Pliss to post!

Rohini said...

That's pretty awesome... Ayann too likes to have his wrist held...

Just Like That said...

One for you and one for your Hubby. Perfect! :-D
Life certainly is fair!