Wednesday, July 23, 2008

1991




The year, 1991.
My nieces are impeccably dressed for the year. Look at the socks matching the giant T-shirt...sweet.
And look at my precious little 18 month (or so) twin girls, walking together so cute in their matching outfits (no, I didn't always do that) ...
WAIT! Is she shoving her sister?
Yes, yes she is, some things apparently don't change.


Check out the fun non photo-album worthy photos at We Are That Family.



13 comments:

Tammy said...

Yes, some things never change.

Cute photo!

Heather said...

Your picture makes me homesick for 1990 fashion. Big t-shirts that hide a multitude of flaws. Comfy tennis shoes that don't pinch toes or make me trip on giant heels. No fear of a muffin top or exposed cleavage...

Jerralea said...

I'm agreeing with Heather -- I loved it when big t-shirts were in! [I still like to wear them to cook and clean the house]

Thanks for visiting my blog. I can't imagine why my grandma would do my dad's hair in a top knot. It looks so girly! Unfortunately, she's not here to ask. There are so many questions I wish I had asked my relatives before they passed away...

Karen said...

My hubby and his twin sister are almost 40, and they still shove each other! ha ha!

Marcy - The Glamorous Life! said...

Oh- I actually miss the stretch pants and long tee look...seriously! Wow, that is horrible....but the twins still look adorable even if one is trying to shove the other!

Ginny said...

Cute picture. Thanks for the comment on my blog about all the guys looking like each other. Hubby's side of the family has some powerful genes. Lori showed a picture of Garrett to a friend who had never seen him the other day. The first thing she said was, "Wow! he looks just like your dad."

Also, I want to clarify that I am no way responsible for the record keeping in reference to how much our vacations have cost. We all know there is only one person in this world who is anal enough to do something like that. What started out as a way to tease him for said analness has actually turned into something kind of fun. I'm amazed at how cheaply we used to be able to vacation.

jennifer said...

HAH! You are right! Some things just don't change.

Jen

jen said...

That's too funny! Guess that means my girls will be pushing each other around now and forever! My sisters and I have similar photos and we still manage to push each other around too- metaphorically of course!

Muthering Heights said...

LOL, they look so cute fighting in their nice outfits...

franticallysimple said...

Hee! I can't tell from the picture, but I'll bet he had a scrunchy too.

Janel@Dandelion Dayz said...

Oh, very sweet photo!

We are THAT Family said...

Sorry I'm late on visiting your "fro post! Just got back from Family Camp!

I love twin clothes-unless the twin's are adults!

Dena said...

She is SO shoving her sister!