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Well if you're giving them each their own room it kind of defeats the whole "twin nursery" thing. But I do think you could do like a theme .. and maybe make each room have the same theme but like a different color scheme.
My girlfriend had twins and had a really hard time getting them to sleep apart. I don't know if its because they were together for so long in the womb.
She had them in the same room but in different cribs and they wouldn't sleep like that. They would stay up all night crying. The minute you put them in the same crib they were happy as ever.
Every child is different but its just something to think about...
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I have GG twins. I'm glad you decided to put them in the same room. Having them in separate rooms would be too hard to handle, IMHO. If I had g/b twins, I was going to do Raggedy Ann and Andy, or all primary colors, red, blue, and yellow with geometric shapes.