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A palpable feeling in the air, anxiety for the babies to be born. As a little head starts to appear, it seems just like a phantasm that the babies are arriving, to the many people watching this birth.

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A palpable feeling in the air, anxiety for the babies to be born. As a little head starts to appear, it seems just like a phantasm that the babies are arriving, to the many people watching this birth. As the first baby appears, the new mother starts crying, so happy to have a new little girl to welcome into this world. Then as she unwillingly hands her new daughter to the nurse for cleaning up, she goes back into labor. She puts all of her effort, strength, and love into bringing her remaining child into this world. As the last toe comes out, the new mother of the twins sighs seeing her perfect baby boy with all his fingers and toes. As she holds the new twins close to her, she gives up her life to taking care of these two, with all of her love and affection. "Suzy and Bob," she murmurs. At the sight of their mother's kind eyes and open arms, the two infants fall in love with her. And this is just the beginning of their life of love. ...read more.

Middle

As they move into second grade, Suzy starts to like some of the boys in her class. "Like" means both a crush and as a friend it just depends on the person. Then Suzy and her friends start having pretend weddings in the field at school. They always get married to Bob and his friends. Also in second grade, Bob starts to kind of think of girls as his friends, but that was only because they did not chase him as much on the playground. He does not like the idea of the weddings and neither do his friends. But they just do it just because. As they move into third grade Suzy starts to get more crushes on boys in her class. Bob thinks about the girls a little more, but he does not really get into liking them yet. At recess, the girls still play house under a tree, while the boys play soccer in a muddy field. The boys and girls are still separated. As fourth grade and fifth grade pass, both of the twins start to get crushes on members of the opposite sex. ...read more.

Conclusion

This is when they are considered adults by the society. Since they are allowed into most clubs at this age, they are considered more responsible. But true love is starting to get familiar to them. It is the same way when you have been on your favorite roller coaster so many times that it has lost the same excitement that it had the first time. True love is not the same it used to be at one time. As they turn into adults and moved to a dorm at their colleges, they almost completely lost their idea of true love. You experience your truest love during your teen years. Adults have forgotten the true meaning and feeling of true love. When you reach eighteen you have experienced a lot of true love already. You start to get used to it, and do not realize true love anymore. It is just like when you have been on a "big kid" slide many times before as a kid. Eventually, you have gone on it so many times that it has lost its thrill, or its excitement. Like this, the experience of true love is not the same, exciting love that you feel when you are in your teenage years. Justina Coe December 19, 2002 English 3 ...read more.

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