I am not a parent, but since I have been teaching I have had several sets of twins. We have a set of identical twins starting 3rd grade and their parents refuse to separate them into separate home rooms. The girls still dress alike too all the way down to the matching socks, shoes, and hair ribbon. Does anyone find this a little odd? I have had some who are maybe together in kindergarten but then their parents split them up for the rest of elementary school. Even if they are in different classes, the whole grade level comes to my gym so they get to hang out everyday for 45 minutes. My husband is a twin and he thinks it could be detrimental to the girls b/c they don't spend anytime apart developing their own sense of self. He said he and his twin were split up early on during school and he thought it was for the best b/c each brother developed their own way of doing things and made friends with different people. It's none of my business and I obviously won't say anything about it but I am just curious too see what others think.