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When my now ten year old quadruplets were born it was so difficult to tell them apart that we used a marker to put dots on the bottom of their feet so we wouldn’t have to take off their diapers just to narrow down which were the girls and which were the boys. Since the two boys are identical it was still hard to tell which was which even after we could tell the girls from the boys. Fast forward to today and I’m constantly amazed at just how different they all are, they have widely varying interests and tastes in everything from food to clothes. Since they were very small they’ve talked about what they want to do when they get older – one of the boys (above) wants to be an engineer, the other wants to be a scientist and work for NASA, one of my daughters wants to be a veterinarian and the other is thinking teacher.