Mom Distinguish Triplets From Each Other Just Because She Paints Their Toenails in Different Colors

Sometimes even moms find it difficult to tell their own children apart. Such problems are usually caused by twins or triplets.

Indistinguishable Babies 

Crystal Hasselquist gave birth to triplets. They were born to James, Henrik and Thomas. The boys are like two (actually three drops of water) and the mother was very afraid that she would not be able to distinguish them. Therefore, she began to look for a way to successfully identify the little ones. At first she thought of making each of them wear a different bracelet on their hand. But this piece of jewelry can always be easily swapped. Later on social media she came across an interesting patent with colors.

Mom Distinguish Triplets From Each Other Just Because She Paints Their Toenails in Different Colors
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Nail Varnish in Action

Each of the boys was assigned a different color. To distinguish them from each other, the mother painted one toe of the boys, with nail polish, in the color of their choice. James was assigned green, Henrik was assigned blue, and Thomas was assigned red.

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Coding with Varnish

In the first months of the boys’ lives, the nail polish patent was very helpful. At that time, the children were changing physically very quickly, and it was good to know who was who 😉 Now the toddlers are over a year old, and it’s easy to see what kind of personality each of them has. Henrik is the leader type, James smiles all the time, and Thomas is very fond of books.

Mom Distinguish Triplets From Each Other Just Because She Paints Their Toenails in Different Colors
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Currently, color-coding works well in the nursery and when toddlers are left in the care of friends or family.