What Follow up articles would you be interested in reading or writing?
http://www.people.com/article/twin-sist … _peoplemag
Above is a link to an article about twin sisters that each just gave birth to their second set of twins. The article is fairly inclusive, but what questions would you like answered? Either now or in the future? What kinds of follow up stories would you be interested in?
On social topics like that, they make poor hubs because the situation is constantly changing, and there are gossip / news sites that cover it in greater detail.
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