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[*] posted on 1-2-2011 at 15:13
[bad img]http://macleans.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/101025_twins_wide.jpg[/bad img] Imagine the innovative challenges of raising these conjoined girls, who were four years old at the time of the article.

Here.

If one of the girls misbehaves, there is the problem of punishment--how to punish one, without punishing the other? The article mentions that the sister will typically come to the defense of the one who committed the offense.:)

Wonderfully, the article says that their extended family have drawn close to help their parents in their challenges.

Read how the twins seem to share sensory information and unspoken thoughts. :D