Mom also picked out the coordinating outfits, which included black above-the-knee skirts, sequined shells in hot pink (not Dad's best color) and patterned black-and-white bolero-style jackets.
To complete the look, Dad donned a long blond wig, compliments of the massive let's-play-dress-up collection of his daughters, Alison and first-grader Abigail.
Pantea had previously participated in Twins Day by dressing one of his health education mannequins like him.
When Alison first weighed in on the dress-alike conversation, she naturally thought she would be dressing like Dad. But Mom had a different idea, to the absolute enjoyment of the staff and students.
"My daughter was grinning from ear to ear," said Pantea, who also serves as breakfast coordinator at the school, assisting the cafeteria staff. He invited his "twin" to stand by him at the table.
"I'm just glad that my daughter has the opportunity to attend a school like
Pantea teaches in the afternoon at
Former Akronite Shari Junqueira, now living in
Call it a little cotton candy on yet another cold winter day.
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