IRISH TWINS( WHO HAS THEM)

Tiffany - posted on 11/29/2009 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I HAVE A 3 AND 2 YEARS OLD.......IT'S NOT THAT BAD .... I THINK IT HELPS THAT I HAVE A GYRL AND BOY......

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Camron - posted on 04/08/2014

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My sons irish twin will be here by the 18. His first bday is exactly one month after my due date
everyone says its gonna be hard! I think carrying around an 11 month old while 9 months pregnant is a challenge. Cant wait to be able to move again! I feel excited blessed and ready!

Tiffany - posted on 11/29/2009

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Quoting Sharon:

Its a girl? or a Gyrl?

I had to look up the term irish twins, interesting. Also called vatican twins

[edit] Irish twins
"Irish twins" and "Vatican twins" are slang terms for siblings who are not actually twins, but rather, were born fewer than 12 months apart [2]—possibly in the same calendar year and/or school year. It refers to the perception that Irish Catholic families have many children, often with little time between births. It is sometimes considered derogatory. Similarly, "Irish triplets" refers to three siblings born within a three year time period.[3]



THX...BUT IM LOST.....LOL

Sharon - posted on 11/29/2009

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Its a girl? or a Gyrl?



I had to look up the term irish twins, interesting. Also called vatican twins



[edit] Irish twins

"Irish twins" and "Vatican twins" are slang terms for siblings who are not actually twins, but rather, were born fewer than 12 months apart [2]—possibly in the same calendar year and/or school year. It refers to the perception that Irish Catholic families have many children, often with little time between births. It is sometimes considered derogatory. Similarly, "Irish triplets" refers to three siblings born within a three year time period.[3]

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