My son lives in Twinsburg where Twins Fest is held the first weekend of August every year. I've attended a couple of times and it is amazing to see so many multiples gathered in one location--some so identical you couldn't tell them apart even if you were their parents and some so different, you wouldn't even guess that they were related. I became the grandmother of twins in 2005 but was unable to attend Twins Fest the summer after they were born. Then they moved to San Diego and probably won't return for the festival for many years. My daughter did take the boys to Twins Fest that summer, though, and had their picture taken with the "Most Alike" set of twins. So thanks to her for this picture, here are the "Most Alike" and probably the "Most UnAlike".
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