Tuesday, December 12, 2017

What makes two kids twins?

Jia Sarnicola and Zuri Copeland are four years old. Their birthdays are two days apart. They go to the same pre-school, and are inseparable. As often as possible, they try to wear the same outfits to school. They have a special bulletin board in their school room celebrating their two-year friendship. But they're not just best friends. They really believe they're twins.

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At a birthday party recently, another kid told them that they could not be twins, because they have different skin colors. Jia didn't buy that argument. (Remember, she's only four.) She said, "You don't know anything. We're twins because we have... the same soul."

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