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We are Same-Same but Different

We are Same-Same but Different

October 6th, 2020

Twins! The same shining eyes, maybe the same facial structures, one may be shy, while the other loves socializing, which means they are same-same but different. It is said that raising one tiny is hard enough, and doubling the same in every aspect of parenting is insane!


We are Same-Same but Different

 

It is estimated that one in the two-fifty pregnancies results in twins naturally, which is a very rare possibility, but now it is becoming more common than ever. According to the study, from 1915-1980, about one in every fifty babies delivered was a twin, at a rate of 2 per cent. By 1995, the rate had increased by 2.5 per cent and it had exceeded 3 per cent in 2001 and hit 3.3 per cent by 2010. So, now in the current scenario, we can find one out of every 30 babies born is a twin. Isn't that interesting!

We are Same-Same but Different

Scientists predict that older women tend to conceive more twins.

The first full week of August is being celebrated as National Twins Day, a three days event of picnics, talent shows, and look-alike contests especially organized for the twins.

It is the world's largest twin gatherings.

We are Same-Same but Different

“So many good things come in pairs, like ears, socks and panda bears. But, best of all are the set of twins, with extra laughter, double grins.”