Once the first one came out, the others probably just followed. Just think, there was also those cords to cut. Imagine if they all wake up and cry at the same time. You wouldn’t know which one to go to first. They’ll probably need to put labels of some kind on them to identify which baby they are holding if they are laying on the floor or their parents’ bed. I know one family who temporarily fostered identical twin girls. They had little bracelets as that was the only way they could tell which girl was which. Their son worked out which one cried while in their cots as one had a slightly deeper voice when she cried.
Published 16th December 2019