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Hey, Were Twins, Too DeVern Ulmer

Hey, Were Twins, Too

DeVern Ulmer

Published March 30th 2012
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Kindle Edition
32 pages
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 About the Book 

Devern was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina and is the oldest of ten children. He was raised in Washington, D.C. from the age of four and attended D.C. public schools until he graduated from Cardozo High. He attended District of ColumbiaMoreDevern was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina and is the oldest of ten children. He was raised in Washington, D.C. from the age of four and attended D.C. public schools until he graduated from Cardozo High. He attended District of Columbia University, where he majored in urban studies. He and his wife were blessed with seven children and were caught off guard when the doctor said twins, the last of the seven children, were expected.Mr. Ulmer, like most people, thought of twins as looking alike, identical whether boy/boy or girl/girl. He just knew he was getting a set of one or the other. But when they were born twenty minutes apart, boy then girl, he was surprised because he had forgotten fraternal twins happen too.When you look at pictures, books, and in general talk of twins, it’s always basically about identical twins. Fraternal twins don’t immediately come to mind. So as the father of fraternal twins, the ones who look like regular brothers or sisters, Mr. Ulmer wants people to be more conscience of fraternal twins. Parents of identical twins should explain to them about other types of twins who aren’t identical. The fraternal twins themselves in this book deal with this. This is the first project for this author, and it is hoped readers enjoy it as much as the author enjoyed writing it.