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Pictured: The three sisters when they went home from hospital<br />
Re: A set of identical triplets have been colour-coded to help teachers tell them apart on their first day in nursery school.<br />
Three-year-olds Ffion, Maddison and Paige Gilbert, are so alike even their parents struggle to know which is which.<br />
Karen and Ian Gilbert used different coloured nail-varnish on their fingers and toes to identify them when they were babies.<br />
Now the couple are using the same colours for their hair bands and bobbles at the nursery where they have just enrolled.<br />
And the colours even correspond with the names of the identical trio. <br />
Ffion has fuschia, Maddison has mint and Paige has purple.<br />
Karen, 35, of Pontypool, South Wales, said: "We have colour-coded them since they were tiny babies - it helped us keep track of which ones had been fed.<br />
"But nail varnish isn't allowed in school so we had come up with come other way.
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Pictured: The three sisters when they went home from hospital
Re: A set of identical triplets have been colour-coded to help teachers tell them apart on their first day in nursery school.
Three-year-olds Ffion, Maddison and Paige Gilbert, are so alike even their parents struggle to know which is which.
Karen and Ian Gilbert used different coloured nail-varnish on their fingers and toes to identify them when they were babies.
Now the couple are using the same colours...
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