Rebecca Romijn & Jerry O'Connell Dish About Twins! Two Girls Are Twice the Fun!

Sat, December 11, 2010 9:00am EST by Add first Comment

Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell talk about the joys and challenges of raising their twins, Dolly and Charlie.

We bet there are a lot of laughs at the Romijn-O’Connell household! In a recent interview with Scholastic Parent & Child, Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn dish on what it’s like having two-year-old twins, and it sounds like a blast!

For one thing, the couple makes it a point to say that the girls were born at the exact same time (“My wife and I had met some twins before ours were born and one would always say, ‘I’m the older one,’ Jerry says. “And that twin would have a kind of seniority over the other.”), the girls also have their differences. “One is outgoing and one is shy,” Jerry says, while Rebecca adds, “one is a little wilder and more of a daredevil, and the other is more careful.”

No more babies for Jerry and Rebecca

And while they also try not to dress the girls alike, Jerry admits that sometimes, he “can’t help” himself, putting them in identical outfits. HollyMoms, if you’ve had multiples, we want to know if you dress them in matching outfits?

Rebecca and Jerry are clearly smitten with their gorgeous little girls! And they must be a handful because as we’ve told you before, Jerry doesn’t have any future baby plans. With two kids as sweet as these, we think Jerry and Rebecca really lucked out!

Alison Prato

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