A collection of your top resources for twins for parents! Practical advice on everything twins. A perfect resources for moms of multiples.
Confession time: I cried when I first learned I was expecting twins. For a whole week. Every day of that week.
You see, I wanted to add to my family and give my eldest a sibling. I was expecting one child, so when my doctor announced she had good news (“Yes, you’re pregnant!”) and better news (“And you’re expecting twins!”), I thought it was a joke.
It already took me a while to feel comfortable having a second child (not until my eldest was 2.5 years old did I even consider it). So to go from one to three felt surreal. My husband was ecstatic. My doctor and nurses were saying congratulations left and right.
Meanwhile, I plastered on a smile on my face when inside, I was terrified.
Having twins is overwhelming. It’s already a huge change to add one child, now you’re expecting two.
It’s hard to admit feeling sad and scared about expecting twins, especially when so many people struggle to conceive even one. Yet there I was, bawling my eyes out for a whole week. Crying to friends, venting to my husband. Even after that week, it took a while to adjust to the idea of having twins with periods of highs and lows.
The fact that I’m completely confident and over the moon with being a twin mom knowing how it all started is short of amazing.
Your top resources for twins
Whether you just found out you’re expecting twins or are further along, you know how overwhelming and scary this whole thing can be.
This collection of top twins resources is my journey with twins. I hope you find it useful:
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