Friday, October 24, 2008

Funny Feet

Wednesday was Funny Feet Day at preschool in celebration of the letter "F".   Their snack from the teachers was Fruit By The Foot, funny I know.  On the way to school S said, "Hey, now nobody will know who we are!  They always say what color are your shoes? Blue or orange, blue or orange?"  It took preschool for them to realize that most people think they look alike.  I was wondering when they would catch on, lol.

9 comments:

CC said...

just wait until they realize that they can completely fool people!

Jules from "The Roost" said...

They are soooooo cute! :>)

Rockin' it up said...

Funny! They seem so indignant when you call them the wrong name--but who wouldn't be! I guess they just couldn't figure out why people were doing it so often! :)

Shannon said...

I'm scared of the fooling people stage, lol. My father-in-law and his brother changed places in high school to take each others tests.

angie said...

Grace had a set of ID twins in her first grade class. I volunteered in the class but it wasn't until I read with them individually that I realized there were TWO. :)

Fantastagirl said...

I had identical twins in my class at school. They switched places for a date once. Was pretty funny.

Amanda said...

That's cute! I was one of the few people who could always tell the twin sets apart in school. I'd never tell when they'd switch places though. I'd just laugh along with them. I've never seen a set of twins that looks exactly identical to me. There's always something different.

Elizabeth said...

Funny that they don't think they look alike. The thought never occurred to me that they might think otherwise!

twin power mommy said...

I am still trying to get my girls to realize that MOST people cannot tell them apart.
Our close friends and family obviously can, but most can not.

They are starting to realize that they are identical. They'll tell us "look at my leg" if it's caitlyn, or "NO, i'm alyssa"

They haven't tried tricking people with it, yet. But when they do, i think i'll be okay with it. I think that's a perk of having someone look just like you. They should be allowed (to a certain extent) to fool people. As long as it's not being immoral or harmful.

I always wanted to be a twin in school. Was SOOOO fascinated with them, read tons of books on twins, and behold!!!! GOD blessed me with my own!

It's cool! :D