Girl I was like is that a shaved mess or baldness I'm looking at?looks like she's struggling with a bit of alopecia.
I'm starting to notice Alexis seems to be a bit more aggressive than Ava, it's to the point that I can tell who is who as soon as they start talking. :dead:
I just think that's their dynamic, though. It seems (to me at least) that with twins one is a bit more outspoken and 'fiery' while the other is more shy and 'soft'. When they grow up I'm sure Alexis will be the one scaring off anyone trying to bully or bother Ava.
I did notice that they always call on Alexis to speak her mind more. I don't know if it's done on purpose or it's just because she's the more outspoken one and more likely to say something outlandish. Ava always seems to be complaining (though it's not bad) and whiny (as kids normally are).
ETA: they definitely should be reprimanded the same, though, and I think Ava does notice this a little. I'll never forget the video when Alexis kept saying "yes, yes, yes..." over and over again, Ava kept asking her to stop to the point where she screamed and actually hit Alexis. Siblings can be annoying but for them to be so young the smallest things can be really bothersome. For the mother to sit there and not tell Alexis to stop in front of her sister because it was bothering her was very telling as well but as long as it's cute, I guess.
My sister watches them religiously and made me watch some vids the other day. And this one time when the quiet one asks their mum why she has to work so much? You could tell she really had a issue with this and probably needed some reassurance. But the mouthy one answered and it became a joke and they had an argument and nothing was really resolved. I guess it was supposed to be cute? I just felt really sad because it occurred to me that that's one big drawback of having twins, not being able to address the issues of each individual child. This was literally the 3rd of their vids I'd watched. I can't watch them anymore, lol.