Theory: It is possible that a child born to someone dealing/living with plurality "issues" can carry the personality traits of the person who was forward at the time of conception.
I see evidence of this in the 2 children that came from this shared womb. And yet on the other hand there is nurture VS. nature. I'll explain...
Supporting the theory:
The son, Blair is amazingly similar to the one who was out for his conception and majority of the pregnancy. He is whiney, spoiled attitude, cries at the slightest deviation from his wants. He throws temper tantrums at the thought of a "misplaced" toy, that is actually in his pocket. Basically he is a brat, yet can flip on the charm, and tell you exactly what you want to hear, or what is needed to get the result he wants....Just like Sandy (2). He is 6.
The daughter, kaitlyn is very strong willed, rarely cries (with the exception of going through teething) will growl when angry, and throws things when she's mad. And like her "mother" has a look that will burn a hole right through you when she's pissed. she also has no qualms about taking what she wants, even if that means fighting with a child much bigger. She shows very little fear, and laughs when other children would cry and being startled. Very stubborn, also. She's about a year and a half. Rachel's child. Beautiful, but deadly.
Going with nurture Vs nature,
Blair is being brought up mostly like an only child, and does get most of what he wants. He is only here two weekends a month. But he also very rarely has to say more than "I want that" when a new commercial comes on, and his father and grandmother go out and get it. He does not get a great deal of attention and spends a lot of time alone, watching Tv, or playing video games.
Kaitlyn is well, a year and a half. And in my opinion taken very good care of, gets a great deal of attention. Has a regular, or atleast semi regular schedule. She also has no want for anything, but then again, she can't really ask for anything. But if she grabs a stuffed animal in the store, she gets to leave with it.
What are your thoughts?