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www.facebook.com/pages/Find-Larry-and-Trinity-Grant -- (my oldest son, the little ones older brother started this page for his little brother & sister, please "like" and "share").www.facebook.com/find.trinity.larry -- (a "Seeking TheLost" page).
My Son is very emotional. Hes 2..... and my Daughter isn't. Shes 3. That's pretty much the only difference lol. My Son tries to act like his Sister all the time.
eldest DD is super outgoing, and LOVES to be the center of attention, eldest DS is shy and hates the spotlight, won't speak to strangers, etc. younger DS is insane, just a bundle of energy that never ever stops, and younger DD is very independent and demanding.
STARKLY different, but the same at hte same time LOL. i can tell that they are going to be best friends.
But Caden is a tall basketball player......leo's going to be a small class clown. Both popular, social butterflies, but in thier own rihgt haha.
Basic stuff is the same with my two kids. Both are very easy going and calm, both were hard babies for the first couple of months of their life and turned into really easy older babies/toddlers, and so far neither have ever thrown real temper tantrums.
My youngest so far is only one day shy of 17 months so I can't say how he'll be when he's an older toddler, but my 3.5 year old daughter likes to pretend she can't hear me sometimes lol. That's our biggest challenge.
Zander (4): Quiet, cuddler, can sit still for a while and play with a single item for the longest time ever lol, thinker.Bellanova (3): Talkative, cuddler, always moving, needs constant attentionThey are both smart though and carry conversations together. They have similar interest mostly because they have always been together (just under 11 months apart).
My oldest (girl) is a drama queen. That's just the easiest way to describe her lol. My middle child (boy) is wild... always hyper, always playing, doesn't take anything too seriously. My youngest (girl) is a girlie-girl... she loves to play like she's a mother and even in Sabbath School at church, she wants to be the leader. They are all very different and I can't wait until baby 4 is here to see how his/her little personality unfolds!
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