Sibling sets in the Senior Class write letters to each other: Carlee, Conner and Cooper Feeney

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Sibling sets in the Senior Class write letters to each other: Carlee, Conner and Cooper Feeney





Carlee Feeney, Conner Feeney, and Cooper Feeney

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Dear Cooper and Conner,

All the way from being womb-mates up until now, we’ve shared some pretty special memories these past 18 years.

I can say one thing for sure: without the two of you, I wouldn’t be the person I am today. You guys have not only been my two identical brothers, but my two best friends. Even if you would rather not admit it, you both are two of the most caring people I have ever met, and I appreciate both of you for always looking out for me.

Although the time is approaching when we all won’t be under the same roof anymore, I have absolutely no doubt our special friendship will endure. And no worries Conner, I promise I won’t like Cooper more once you go to IU while we are at Purdue.

I will always cherish the friends we’ve made together, the laughs we’ve shared and even the fact that we all shared the same car.

Being a triplet is something special, and I have no doubt we will continue to make the most of our uniqueness. I’m so thankful to have brothers like you. Much love.

Your sister,



Cooper and Carlee,

I can’t believe in four months we’re gonna be apart. We’ve been together for everything we’ve done over the past 18 years, and being without you just won’t be the same.

I’m so excited to start a new chapter in our lives, but I’m going to miss you guys. You’ve been the most constant thing in my life, so to not have you with me is honestly going to be pretty hard.

Don’t forget to hang out with each other once in awhile. You’re lucky to be able to do that. And come visit me at IU too. You’ll probably want some excuse to get out of West Lafayette anyway.

Hopefully, you’ll be missing me as much as I’m going to miss you.

Love you guys,



Dear Conner,

We’ve been doing the same things together almost every day of our lives. We’ve tried to beat each other in just about everything, whether it be grades, sports or games. That part of our life is about to come to an end. And while it will be different, I think it’s the best thing that could happen. You can finally not be called Cooper every day.

You’re going to do great things at Kelley. You come home and talk about how interesting some DECA stuff was, or talk about your business class and you watch the news all the time. You’re smart too. You’ve consistently gotten better grades, maybe because you put a little more effort in, but also probably because you’re a little smarter.

We’re both not very sentimental with each other; we don’t even get each other birthday presents, but I hope you know I’ll miss you, even if I never say it. Good luck in Bloomington, buddy. I’m excited to see what you do in the next four years and beyond.

I’m lucky to call you my brother.


Dear Carlee,

Thank God you aren’t my brother, otherwise I’d get mixed up with two siblings, instead of just one.

We don’t do all the same things, but driving to all the summer cross-country practices and driving to school every day is something that I’ll always remember about this senior year. Most of the time, I still wish we got two cars to share between the three of us, but you are the whole reason we got a parking pass, so I can’t complain too much.

That reason of course is because you’re editor in chief of our yearbook. You spent so many days and late nights stressing and working on it; I can’t imagine how hard it was. You definitely worked a lot harder than I did this year, and I can’t wait to see all the work you put into it when we all get our yearbooks.

And since yearbook is finally over for you, next year will start something totally new. We’ll be at the same new school learning our way around a new campus. We’ll be at that same school and be involved in some different things, but one thing will remain the same. Summer will end, and we’ll be ready to move into our dorms, so it’s only fitting that we’ll get in our car, and start a new drive to school. Together.