If twins are mixed up while they are newborns, but the mix-up isn't discovered until years later. What do you do? Or should you do anything?
Realizing of course, that eventually parents can tell them apart but if they've already switched them (but don't know it) and they are calling "Bob", "Jack" and "Jack" is called "Bob" and now we're 6 years down the road and then they discover the switch. What now? The names they are called don't match the right birth certificate. Do you just roll with it and explain to them that their driver's license will actually have their brother's name on it? Or do a legal name change and switch the names? Or not bother because it's not like anyone really pays close attention to the birth certificate, just as long as they have one (unless you've been a US president for a couple of years)?
Or should I just name them both Darryl?