One of the first things many parents think when they find out they are having twins is that they are going to have to formula feed. But that just isn't the case. In fact, simply from a financial stand point isn't that counter intuitive? We have a lot of false information flying at us, fueled … Continue reading Breastfeeding twins. The basics. The myths.
This is my very first video! I get told all the time that I do this so smooth I need to start showing people. So here we are! I tried to include the things that I have found as helpful along the way that other videos don't have. In this vid my girls are 14 … Continue reading How to wear older twins in a moby/boba/stretchy wrap
"I just don't know how you can handle twins so well," she says to me while I am breast feeding one baby and gripping the footy pajamas of the baby who decided she was done eating early. The baby is sitting on my knee and if she decides to get excited and wiggle around she … Continue reading “The secret to having twins is a lot of calculated risks”
If you exclusively nurse your twins, you will spend so much time in the nursing positions. Please don't skimp on your pillow. In the first few months it will be used more than the crib, tummy time mat, and bassinet (possibly combined)!! To start with; no twin pillow is going to fit in a nursing … Continue reading Because I am trapped in this god damn nursing pillow for countless hours, let’s talk pillows!
Twins will start communicating with each other at the same time they start cooing. Unlike most babies who will not play with another baby, but will play next to another baby, until the age of two or three. Twins will try to communicate as soon as they start trying to communicate past crying. And that … Continue reading Learning to let go…
And you will meet every one. Having twins is like having a small side show following you around. No amount of reading on this prepared me for people yelling from their vehicles on more than one occasion. I have an 8 year old who loves to talk to abso-fucking-lootly every person who will talk to him, so … Continue reading The places you’ll go and the people you’ll meet when you are the carrier of four tiny feet.
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