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take them down to the hospital and get them fingerprinted and check the birth certificate, even twins have different finger print grooves, problem solved=)

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Hahaha OP that happened to my sister and I when we were babies, they just checked by foot prints and from then on we wore different colors with our names ironed on them. Not a big deal, my sister and I constantly poke fun at our mum and dad for it.

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34 is wise, though just a minor quibble, it's footprints for newborns. I do hope they do this in Singapore? 93's suggestion is also good. I wouldn't feel too bad, OP. I bet this is WAY more common than people might think. I'm not a parent but I've never understood how parents say they can tell by the personalities. They're newborns, how much personality do they have?

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Actually I sometimes suspect that happens all the time. Perhaps all identical twins have their identities swapped a few times before they're old enough to learn their own names.

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I lawl too. I have no souls XD. This should have gone to learn from my fails. Because I'm definitely WILL remember when I married, NEVER dress my infants twins the same clothing just because it look cute.

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182- no. Even babies have their own little personalities. And would you really just wanna say "Hey, you can be Kate and you can be Samantha! Maybe thats not who you were originally! Oh well!"

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Agree, can someone explain why it even matters? Their newborns, they're never going to know anyway.

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@cars819 It's not a very Singaporean thing to do. Every nation has some parents who would make these kinda mistakes.

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Once you do what number 3, says then get the babies matching (diffrent colors) waterproof bracelets :D 

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4: Maybe the mixup happened at bathtime or something. Though why you would change or dress them both simultaneously, I'm not sure...

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Sadly, you can't read when other people are being sarcastic. It's okay, Igloo. Now, go share your precious love with the rest of the world!

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that chick is a flamer. she post tons of mean shit on a lot of ppls post. I think she gets off on it bc she's pathetic

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#264 - So, your content made me want to read her bio. And her description of herself makes her out to be a horrible person. Narcissistic, shallow and dumb. Ick.

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You can henna tattoo them! LOL I hope this never happens to me if I have twins, and if I do, I'm so stealing the idea of painting one toenail on each baby. One green one blue!

we labeled my twin cousins. they always wore shirts with their names on them and they also had anklets with their names on them.

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#13: Good ideas for every parent of twins. OP, just because you could not tell them apart does not mean you are bad parents. They look EXACTLY THE SAME! Anyone could make that mistake. Try what #13 said, they put names on the labels of clothing at daycare centers.. why not take advantage of that for your own kids?

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