Growing up I always wished I was a twin. I was really jealous of twins, especially identical twins. When I was pregnant I wished for twins (but once my daugher was born I was immensely grateful not to have had twins - how do their parents ever get any sleep?) I am always fascinated with stories about twins, which makes reading Logan and Nolan Miller's book that much more fun. They are extremely funny and are the type of twins who do almost everything together. They live and work together, and share a cellphone and a car.
Today, by chance I found out that the New York Times maintains a page dedicated to stories they have done about twins. I will enjoy purusing this.