Double or Nothing

IMG_0442Hubby and I have identical twin grandsons. Because they look alike, it’s easy to see them as a unit instead of two unique individuals.

Last weekend one, and only one, of the boys stayed with us.  A bit of a scary undertaking for him — this was the first time he slept in a room without his brother nearby. Nightlights and stuffed animals helped calm his fears.

IMG_0441We tried to make our time together extra special with a trip to the toy store, lunch at Wendy’s, and making art crafts (he loves art projects).

But the best time was for Hubby and me. We got to know our grandson as himself rather than as one of a pair. We’re looking forward to having his brother this coming weekend and getting to know him as a ‘single’.

Obviously twins come as double or nothing, but each child is one-of-a-kind in his own way.

About Kathie Mitchell

Kathie enjoys country living, time with family, playing cornet in community bands, crafts, gardening, and writing.
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