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In my opinion, Avery could have been the boy and London the girl. I feel bad for London, it's just too feminine to grow up and not get made fun of. I watched a Dr. Phil special on Avery and saw her cousins. I think it's cute that they are so close in age and share a middle name. It's sweet.
I dislike both of them. Avery doesn't belong on a girl (or a boy, really, since it now popular on girls), and London is all girl (thank you Disney Channel).
Breast feeding, formula feeding, baby wearing, stroller pushing, VBAC successful, video game playing, extended rear facing, extended harnessing, mac and cheese feeding, vaccine free, happily married, LDS mother to 3 beautiful children. And now you know everything about me.
I like Avery but I'm not a fan of London on a boy or a girl. But, I prefer it on a girl over a boy.
I had to google what Avery's cousins names were.....Chanel and Charlize. I love the latter! It stands out to me how similiar the two cousins names area and that Avery's name is different. Yeah, I think it's cute that the triplets all had 3 girls within 2 months of each other.