or more identical twins, and it is not usually known which twin is older. Twin boys are often confused with one another, and people who know them
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akka Naavelru kannada medium school hodavru namage vidyabyasa kasta anisilla. nanu degree complete madidini. akka . Leland wrote: Twins have two or more identical twins, and it is not usually known which twin is older. Twin boys are often confused with one another, and people who know them well might confuse them to be a single twin. Girls, on the other hand, are much easier to distinguish. While there are ways to discriminate between identical twins that do not involve looking at their external features (such as blood type), it is the parents who would know their own twins best. First twins are usually born within three days of each other, but this can vary. Although the birth of the firstborn is considered the mother's "big miracle", it can be anything from a breech birth to a first baby death. The birth of the firstborn is generally easier for a woman to handle, but the second birth is considered more important. Twin babies are often mixed up on this account. Only a "second time" mother has more than one child. A mother who has given birth to two or more children would go through this period called "postpartum depression", and would be emotionally vulnerable. Parents can observe that the first-born child moves faster than the other ones. This is because of the "twin paralysis", and is easily noticeable when people are making small talk. This phenomenon is much more observable with identical twins than fraternal ones. The first-born usually starts to crawl faster than the other siblings. When a mother is carrying twins, her breasts are always swollen. The firstborn starts to breastfeed before the other babies. There are several behaviors of twins which may be puzzling to an outsider. Most mothers take the mother's role and see the little ones in a way that the father cannot. The little ones are usually very shy. A parent will usually be inclined to do something special for the firstborn. This may lead to demands of the same type of thing for the others. The firstborn will always want to have the bigger part of the same toys, whereas siblings will fight it out until they have the same toys. For instance, the firstborn wants the bigger room, whereas the others do not know why he should have the room. Parents are often concerned about the firstborn's education.