I've never had any sort of "gender phobias". I know my oldest is all boy and so it is nice that he can be in touch w/his softer side too! This weekend at his cousin's birthday he proved real men wear high heels and push a pink doll stroller ;)
Today on a message board I read about how people who always dress their kids alike is a sign of insanity. Well, I guess we are certifiable (at least from the first of September till the bowl season is over). If you haven't guessed already I am an addicted Longhorn fan and so every game day we don our unifoms. So don't be surprised if you see these outfits this fall on the blog A LOT... maybe I should pick out a few new ones... Yes, I am a little crazy but yes I think all true Longhorn fans are insane (I'm 2nd generation). GO HORNS GO!!!!
I don't think people understand the bond of twins until they see it. Today at church in Sunday school Rachel was playing in the corner w/Callum under a window curtain. They kept playing peek-a-boo w/each other. They were having their big conversation in their own language and than laughing at one another. Slowly but surely the entire group of adults all started giggling and than loudly laughing at Rachel and Callum (while the poor teacher was at a loss why we were all laughing at one of those serious Old Testament lessons). Goes to show life is funner in twos!