Multiples share their experiences

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All the look-alikes share a humorous moment together on the high school library couches. (PHOTO: Lauren Suter)

All the look-alikes share a humorous moment together on the high school library couches. (PHOTO: Lauren Suter)

This school has several siblings who look quite alike. There are also a couple who do not seem so twinish, and there are certainly pros and cons of being a twin or triplet. Sophomores Nathan and Russell Morgan admit to fighting a lot. Nathan said, “We started out with having two of everything: two cribs, two bottles. Now it’s only one.” Russell pointed out how Nathan interferes with his daily life merely by existing. Another set of twins in the school are sophomores Connor and Alaina McManus. These two found that their relationship is nothing different. They are regular brother and sister. The next duo are freshmen Evan and Ethan Totty. Evan said, “We have to share a birthday, which is a huge negative.” Ethan agreed with Evan that it is a pain having a twin. Senior twins Abby and Amanda Edgecomb, however, have been close their whole life. Abby said, “It is like looking in a mirror sometimes.” Amanda said that people realize that they are different people, but they still compare them. Sometimes, they say the same thing at the same time, but so does everyone else. The only set of triplets in the school are freshman Zoe, Kaitlyn, and Isaac Caldwell. Kaitlyn said, “I would rather we be all girls. I am a lot closer to Zoe than Isaac.” Zoe added that they argue a lot about seniority, but Isaac said, “Not a lot of people get to say they have two other siblings the same age as them, which is pretty cool.” All these neat people are in your school. If you want to find more out about them, get out there and talk to them.

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