Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Irish Twins

Well, they aren't technically Irish Twins as they are thirteen months apart, but since the younger one is so tall we are always asked if they are twins. They are joined at the hip. One is hardly ever seen without the other. To be perfectly honest they can be the worst of enemies on occasion, but in the way that only best friends know how.

14 comments:

Beck said...

And let's not forget handsome, because boy howdy, are they ever.

Johane said...

Does it count for Irish twins if they are 22 months apart and constantly confused for each other by friends and teachers? Ok... Maybe not Irish twins, but German cousins? ;)

Alice Gunther said...

They are such incredibly beautiful boys!

And they do look like twins!

Erika said...

So sweet.

Kristen Laurence said...

Hooray, you're back!

This is such a sweet picture of these two. What beautiful smiles!

Muddy Mama said...

That picture is precious.

It reminds me of my boys. They are twins - complete opposites, but inseparable.

What a blessed mama you are!

Cheryl said...

They're so cute. Great picture.

Jen said...

My second and third child are 14 months apart. We often have been asked if they are twins as well. I have to say they don't get along as well as your boys. They are a boy and a girl, and constantly bickering.

Renee Moore said...

I also have a set of Irish Twins (girl & boy), my two are the same age for 10 days. Mine also are the worst of enemies at time, but the best of friends other time. They are in the same class at school and they are doing really good.

Your boys are so sweet and cute... You are blessed....

Cindy said...

Very handsome young men. I too, have "Irish Twins" - 15 months apart. And we get the "are they twins?" comments all the time as well!

Margaret in Minnesota said...

May I borrow your little men for the day? I assure you that I will return them thoroughly "yummed up".

*yum up v. to hug; to kiss; to love to death

scmom said...

My litte Peach spied your young boys over my shoulder this morning and said she thinks they could be her boyfriends. I'm hoping she means her "guy" friends and isn't looking for two new beaux (gasp!). They are awful darn cute.

Suzanne Temple said...

Thanks, all.
scmom, that's sweet!

Anonymous said...

My Irish Twins are 2 girls, 12 months apart...And just the way you describe yours :)