Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell open up about raising twin daughters.
Rebecca and Jerry's twin girls, Charlie and Dollie, turn 2 at the end of this month and they share why they won't consider one twin older than the other. “My wife and I had met some twins before ours were born and one would always say, ‘I’m the older one.’ And that twin would have a kind of seniority over the other. “We asked the doctor, ‘Can we say they were born at the same time?’And he said, ‘Well, they were.’”
They say despite being born "at the same time", their girls couldn't be more different in personality. “One is outgoing and one is shy, one is a little wilder and more of a daredevil, and the other is more careful.”
Jerry adds that they try hard to dress them differently, but it doesn't always happen that way. We had this rule that we were going to treat them differently and dress them differently." Jerry shared that he just can't help himself sometimes and puts them in matching outfits. Really, who can resist that?
If you're the mom of twins, do you tend to dress them the same?