The Australian resident Annie Nolan is raising two adorable twin girls, Delphia and Cheska.
She was so tired of constantly answering people’s tedious questions about the children that she decided to respond immediately with an ironic photo, which she posted on her blog. The post went viral instantly.
Realizing she couldn’t escape another annoying aunt who clambers in to coo over her daughters and asks many questions at once, Annie decided to take a photo of her girls holding signs on which she wrote the current biography of Delphia and Cheska, also addressing frequently asked questions.
In the explanation of the photo, she wrote that she wasn’t angry with those around her who showed interest in her daughters; she understood they didn’t do it with malicious intent but out of curiosity.
It’s just that sometimes she’s so tired from the daily routine and taking care of two twins that she doesn’t “burn with desire” to answer the same questions over and over again.
“But I really caught myself thinking that I wouldn’t mind walking around town with these signs. God, how much easier they would make my life.
But then I thought people might misunderstand my self-irony and take everything personally. So, I limited myself to a photo and a post on Facebook,” explained Annie Nolan.
The resourceful mother explained that they were moving from the suburbs to the city. She understands there will be many more people there, so she’ll have to answer questions about her twin daughters more often.
Consequently, she decided to preemptively respond to everyone by posting an original and ironic message.
Internet users appreciated the clever gesture from the resourceful mother. Her post has already garnered 27,000 likes, several thousand comments, and reposts.
Annie didn’t expect so many people to immediately receive answers to their questions; it’s certain that among them are residents of the city where the family has decided to move.
Here’s what Emily wrote: “Yes, these are my daughters and they are twins,” “Yes, both girls and I know they’re not very similar,” “Yes, they look a bit alike,” “Of course, twins can’t be identical in everyone,” “I didn’t undergo IVF,” “Yes, cesarean,” “And you have twins, congratulations,” “Yes, it’s harder with triplets,” “Hands are always busy, sometimes with two glasses of wine, it’s easier to relax.”