YoungerTwin (left) was not pleased that I wanted him to wear this hat for the picture. From the look on his face, I suspect he’s thinking, “Just wait til it’s time to put you in a nursing home.” I’m pretty sure he also wanted to hold up his other finger.
Thankfully, OlderTwin (right) is very laid-back and was quite happy to have his picture taken with the hats they made. Hopefully, he’ll protect me from the nursing home YoungerTwin tries to select.
Edit: I posted this earlier and then accidentally deleted it when I attempted to revise it. It’s really been one of those days.
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- indymakes3 said: They are adorable. The hats are a good look for them.
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- misterbillforeal said: I’m telling you as a friend: Give the older twin power of attorney. Because younger twin looks ready to even the score with you.
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