Do you know what’s great about having twins?
I get everything in stereo! Including the classic line:
My kiddos are really good about keeping themselves entertained, especially since I am a work-at-home mom, but I’m not immune to hearing the cry of bored children.
I’m sure you’re not either.
2021 has been a crazy and horrible year for the world.
The Delta variant is on the cusp of wreaking havoc where I live and my twins desperately want to go to school. They did remote learning last year for grade 2 so they haven’t seen their friends for almost two years now.
How can I deny them going to school?
Earlier this year I wrote a post on how I was preparing my twins for school.
Oh, if I only knew!
My twins turned four years old in January. In September they will be attending full day kindergarten.
Where I live, there are two years of kindergarten called Junior Kindergarten and Senior Kindergarten. My twins will almost be five years old when they attend, and I’m so glad they had that extra year with me to mature.
I couldn’t have imagined them going to school last September. My daughter was a messy eater and getting food in her hair ALL.THE.TIME!
Ha! Last year I wrote a post about what my 3-year-old twins say to each other and it was a hit in the Pinterest twin community! I even got an editor to inquire about my freelance writing services based on that post!
So, I thought, why not do another one?
My twins turned four years old in January and the things they say….literally have me rolling on the floor laughing. They are so innocent, cute and darn hilarious (well I think they are).
It’s prevalent for new moms. I’m a new mom and surprise! I have twins.
A boy and girl.
A perfect family. All we need is a dog and we’re set! Well, on paper that’s what it looks like, but in real life, I have no clue if I’m doing all this right.
My twins are 3.5 years old. I take care of them everyday and I wonder if that’s the best thing for them.
My twins turned three this year and I’m still amazed I survived the first year!
I was up every 45 minutes for the first year of their lives. I was a zombie. I pumped milk every three hours around the clock. I changed about 40 diapers a day. When both babies cried, I struggled to hold them both at the same time.
I have twins (a boy and girl) and they are my only children.
So, I really know no different. I learned how to feed twins at the same time, rock one twin while the other twin was in my Moby wrap and practically woke up every 45 minutes for the first year of their lives.
Are you the type of mom that meal plans and prepares all her meals from scratch?
I wish I was. After having twins and starting my own freelance writing business, I realized how little time I have to do anything.
My glasses broke in December. It’s March and they are only being held together with glue.
I finally went to the salon to get my hair cut. I think it has been over seven months since I last went.
Sure, I have help everyday and my husband works from home, but my twins are my life. I take care of them, feed them, wash them, play with them and teach them.