As we were leaving, Kelly said, "We will probably have to listen to this their whole lives, huh?" I'm pretty sure that won't be the last time these three buddies are mistaken for triplets, particularly as they grow and you can't tell any age difference at all between them. Kelly and I have spent many years being asked if we were sisters or even twins on occasion (we do favor quite a bit), so I guess our children are inheriting that aspect of friendship already.
Addison was the only one awake during our trip. She says, "Sure, I'll take a brother! As long as he doesn't have to squeeze in our crib too..."