Twins are different after all
'For the first time in her little life, my daughter didn't have to share her special day with her twin.'
My little girl Gabrielle turns 4 and until now has had joint birthday parties with her twin sister. Her playschool suggested that the girls have separate birthday celebrations at school and hers was held yesterday. She is completely different to her sister and loves dinosaurs and dragons, whilst her sister is mad about dolls, frills, makeup and anything girly.  When she was put at the “head” of the table with a crown on her head, she was beaming from ear to ear. Everyone danced and clapped for her, and she got to choose all her special friends (thankfully including her sister).

For the first time in her little life, she was the centre of attention and did not need to share the occasion with her twin. She absolutely blossomed to finally be in the limelight. This was my little girl’s biggest day yet.


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