Today would have been the 91st Birthday for my Grandma and her twin brother Perry.
Of course, I have been remembering them today. Last year I wrote a post, … 231 more words
Layers of Love for I Am Mixed
From the first page of I Am Mixed, we enter the magical world of the twins, Nia and Jay—one where the frogs have top hats and butterflies land on little girls’ fingers; straws are made of licorice, grasshoppers are students alongside humans while the teachers are frogs, fish are jumping from the lake wearing sunglasses and of course, there are twins—boy and girl twins which in itself is magical—automatic friends who are the same (Mixed) while different (girl/boy, chocolate/vanilla) but have each other and you, the reader can be like them too! 733 more words
It’s time to get our science on with this week’s Twin Roundup!
Ever wonder why identical twins tend to look less alike as they age? Epigenetics is the answer! 160 more words