Brothers and Twins.

ID-10036825Do you become twins, when you dress exactly like your sibling?

My son aged 4 years, was fascinated by the twins who lived close to our house. The two boys would be always dressed in similar attire.

My son wanted to wear the same clothes as his 10-year-old brother. He would plead with me to buy him the exact same clothes as his brother. But his sibling was very much against it and would never agree to it.

Seeing his disappointment I always pacified him by saying:

“Only twins dress alike.”

A few days ago, my nephew Ashiq who lived in Chennai celebrated his daughter’s first birthday and mailed me some of the photos taken then. The birthday party had an ethnic theme. He and his younger brother Shadir, wore black kurta and blue Indian jackets over dark blue jeans. They looked identical and smart.IMG_5182

My husband and I scrutinized the photos excitedly, admiring the birthday baby and gasping at the enormous cake.

My younger son with a perplexed expression tugged at my arm, calling out, “Ma, ma.”

“What now?” I asked, getting irritated at the disturbance.

His next statement stumped us.

“Ma, so now Ashiq Uncle and Shadir Uncle have BECOME TWINS!”

Story By: Shafika. Written by Gulsum Basheer@talkalittledo

Photo Credit:digitalart @ freedigitalphotos.net

 

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5 Responses to Brothers and Twins.

  1. Asiya Omar says:

    Innocent Intelligent fellow, Shafika.

  2. sheilamanimaran says:

    Ha ha, If only it were so easy to have twins.

  3. haja says:

    Smart kid. Parents should be careful about what they tell their child .

  4. Alyssa Al Alawi, UAE says:

    Out of the mouths of babes…!!! I would be very interested in hearing the mother’s response to the child’s gem of a question!

  5. TBM says:

    That’s pretty cute.

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