I frequently get asked “what could you not live without when your twins were little?” Here are a few things I found most useful in those early months.
In 2014, September was dedicated as Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Awareness Month to raise awareness of the unique needs and challenges that NICU families face and to highlight resources … Read More
Don’t overplan. Or, if you do, just be prepared for any plans you make to be fungible. This goes for pregnancy, birth/labor/delivery, parenting methods, baby care, work, sleep, pretty … Read More
“Are they twins?!” The lady at the grocery store stops you on the way in, admiring your boy-girl twins.
“Yes they are!” You know what question is … Read More
From the moment you heard the words “You are having twins (triplets, quads)!” You instantly joined this secret society of mothers of multiples. You were immediately put in a … Read More
For those expecting their first child, it can be a nerve-wrecking experience. You’ll make mistakes, of course, and learn new things every day, but taking a proactive approach … Read More
If you are reading this article as a bereaved parent, I am deeply sorry for your loss. I know that there are no words that will ever truly … Read More
While investigating options for the birth of your multiples, you may come across the idea of delayed cord clamping. While delayed cord clamping at birth has been considered … Read More
When I found out I was pregnant with twins, I was doubly excited, and knew I still desired a home birth. However, I realized many practitioners see all … Read More
Congratulations on being 32 weeks pregnant with Twins, you are now so close to bringing home those gorgeous babies! It’s an exciting yet overwhelming time, with so much … Read More
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