It's Not Just For Holidays Anymore
My 10 year old twins, Jacob and Sophie, were in the back seat of our minivan, and bickering once again. I mean, I love it when people fight over me, but this was getting ridiculous.
“I’m the one who made mom a mom!” Jacob announced, holding his one-minute head start in life over his twin sister’s head.
“Yeah, but I’m the one who made her a mother of twins. That’s even more special!” Sophie reminded him.
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