Twins on Neighborhood Watch Duty!

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All suited up in their firemen gear, the twins head out to patrol the streets in their vehicles.

Progress is slow since they have to stop and dig up a few trees and bushes along the way.

All of a sudden they spot something suspicious: huge spiders and pumpkins! This definitely calls for some closer investigation.

Once the pumpkins are deemed safe, and the spiders harmless they once again head back on their vehicles for patrol.

Isn’t dress up and pretend play fun?

Thank you twins – the neighborhood feels safer already ;)

And a HUGE thank you to all those veterans who have served their countries all over the world. Happy Veteran’s Day!

About Twin Mom

34 year old, born in a small steel town in South Africa, now living in a large Steel City in the US. Mother of twins and loving every moment.
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16 Responses to Twins on Neighborhood Watch Duty!

  1. So adorable. I miss Mason and Cameron. HUGS from NC!

  2. Pamela R says:

    They sure do due diligence on their patrol!

  3. Lexie Lane says:

    Ohhh…. my gosh! This is way too adorable! I absolutely love this!

  4. Erin P. says:

    It’s moments like these that make me wish I had a boy. They’re sooo cute.

    • Twin Mom says:

      Oh Erin – what about the crazy “boy” moments…. the wrestling crazy running around etc! My friends always comment about how different my boys are from their girls :)

  5. Hezzi-D says:

    Love their outfits! Too cute!

  6. Corinne says:

    Very cute! I love how much fun they both seem to be together all the time.

  7. Natalie says:

    How cute are they? so adorable!! Happy Veterans Day to you as well!

  8. Katherine says:

    SO cute!! Love the jackets :)

  9. OUPA says:

    Doing their bit for the local community. Well done.

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