I've decided to analyze my darling little acorns in terms of what sort of literary/entertainment realms they would naturally inhabit.
Louise: Charlotte Brontë (with a splash of Edward Gorey)Maybe when they grow up they can form an acting company reknowned for its daring slapstick reinterpretation of Jane Eyre.
There's something in Louise that hearkens to another century—a sometimes-serious young lady tending towards careful social observations and independent-minded pursuits: nature walks, reading, crafts, elaborate (sometimes eccentric) couture.* (Plus a Victorian Gothic component—a marked interest in the morbid, and a giant-eyed stare that would be well cast in an ominous 19th century costume drama: "Okay, give me 'the look'. Hold it... hold it... queue the raven!") And then all that's mixed together with a whole bunch of plain old goofy, silly little girl.
June is a natural ham. If she does something and somebody laughs, she'll do it again, even if she has no idea why it's funny. And her aesthetic is very twenties/thirties—a bit of Charlie Chaplin, a bit of Laurel and Hardy, maybe some tap dancing. (I can easily picture her with a top hat, tails, white gloves, and a cane: "rat tah ta da da dah!") The voices, the faces—she even does that talking-out-the-corner-of-the-mouth thing like Popeye and the Lollipop Guild.
* Though she's recently toned down the Björkian garb.