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ladyofthelake
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Jan 2 2010, 04:51 PM
I don't think you need to change the wedding year because that doesn't really effect the date of birth of the kids. If Tom and Alice married in early 1930, the twins could have been born in early 1931. The bigger issue is Mickey's January birthdate. Alice would have had to have gotten pregnant with Mickey pretty quickly, but it's not unheard of. I have two friends who both have kids that are almost exactly one year apart. So, I think we can make it work. It's not out of the realm of believability and that's what matters in all of this.
I actually went to high school with siblings who were 10 months apart, and the timing was such that, at that time, they could still be in the same class. (She was born in October and he was born in August, I think, and the cut-off date for starting school was late August.). It's plausible.
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