With the advent of the twins, my going out into the street is almost always accom­pa­nied by “admir­ing” looks from passers-by and casu­al con­ver­sa­tions. To be hon­est, at first it amused me, then it became annoy­ing, and now I have already come to terms with close atten­tion to my chil­dren and my mod­est per­son. ☺ I present to your atten­tion a list of the most pop­u­lar ques­tions that I am usu­al­ly asked.


1. Oh, are these twins? (Yes! 😃)

2. How do you dis­tin­guish between them? (Very sim­ple! For me, these are two dif­fer­ent chil­dren.)

3. Does­n’t the hus­band con­fuse them? (He con­fus­es them. And I can some­times con­fuse them by the rear view. But each of our chil­dren has iden­ti­fi­ca­tion marks)

4. Did you have twins in your fam­i­ly? (As it turned out, there were! But why this ques­tion?)

5. And which of them was born first?

6. Did you give birth your­self? 😏

7. Which of them is more active? I answer. “In our case, it all depends on the mood.”

8. Why are they dressed dif­fer­ent­ly? (I don’t see the point in dress­ing every­one the same. I buy one mod­el of a dif­fer­ent col­or, so that there are few­er dis­putes “who has it more beau­ti­ful”, “I also want this one”, and the dif­fer­ence was observed.)

9. How do they play? (Togeth­er!) And it’s great! They don’t get bored when I need to do some­thing urgent­ly. Girls com­mu­ni­cate well with each oth­er, find activ­i­ties, play toys.

10. And the most-most pop­u­lar ques­tion)) : — “And how do you deal with them ?! I can’t do any­thing here with one!” (Do I have options? They don’t. There­fore, you have to adapt and do every­thing in time.)

I have no doubt that every moth­er of twins has her own per­son­al list of ques­tions that they are asked on the street. Mine is exact­ly like this.

Please add your ques­tions to this list.

Good luck to every­one, strength and patience!