Monday, 30 April 2018

EMINÉ & ALARA: WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE TWINS!

Just like a real-life version of Skye and Summer Tanberry, readers Eminé and Alara are twins! We asked them to tell us what it's really like in their world! Read on...


Eminé & Alara says:
Hi everyone, hope you are all having a great day!! Our names are Eminé and Alara and our names are Turkish because our dad is Turkish, which means we are half Turkish. Eminé is our Grandma's name and Alara  means many things including the top of a mountain and the girl who opens the heaven door! However, we are not writing about the cool names, we are writing about being twins!! We love Cathy Cassidy and had the chance to meet her about a month ago, and when she mentioned the DREAMCATCHER reader blog we had to get involved. Here are some of the frequent questions we get asked about being twins...

WHO IS OLDER ?
Emine is the older, but by just one minute

DO YOU ARGUE?
Yes, of course we argue sometimes, however not toooo much...

ARE YOU IDENTICAL?
Yes we are, which some people actually find surprising. Do you think we look similar?

ARE YOU INTO THE SAME THINGS?
Well, we both love sports but not the same ones. Eminé likes netball and ballet where as Alara likes rugby and football. (We support Brighton and Hove Albion by the way,)

WHAT ARE THE BEST/WORST THINGS ABOUT BEING A TWIN?
Best: There is always someone there for you!
Worst: People think you both like the exact same things when really you are two separate people...

DO YOU HAVE THE SAME FRIENDS?
Yes and no. We both get on with each others friends but we are in different classes at school so have different groups of friends - it works out quite well!

CATHY SAYS:
Wow! I was an only child for the first five years of my life and always used to daydream about having a twin... someone to share everything with! Are YOU a twin? Do YOU have any cool stories? COMMENT BELOW to have your say!

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