Ugh. Just when you think you're safe, it hits. Sickness. Now, I'm not one to keep my kids sheltered and avoid germs at all costs; but I don't welcome them in either. I'm not stupid. Why would I want to deal with two sick kids at once? Much less two sick toddlers. Not to mention … Continue reading When the Black Plague Hits Your House
Having twins provides a whole special bag of issues. We have to buy double of most things. We have to worry about two kids meeting milestones. We have to make sure two kids avoid choking at the dinner table. We have to make sure two kids don't drown in the bathtub. I'm not being a … Continue reading The Playground Conundrum
We did what anyone would do....anything it took.
In a matter of minutes they can go from loving one food, to thinking it's the worst thing in the whole wide world.
My son spends more time in our room than I do!
Car naps have become the bane of my existence.
Holy cow this is a hot topic! I want to start by saying, it doesn't matter to me how you feed your babies, as long as they are fed. My boys were on formula for a while. They've had pumped milk. They are now EBF (hello refusing bottles). Just feed your kids! I honestly never … Continue reading Breast Feeding in Public
It is natural for baby to be close to his mother. Babies are happiest when being held by mom. Babywearing is a great practice for keeping baby happy and to help build a stronger bond between mom and her baby. The benefits of babywearing help babies grow up smarter and happier. - Ask Dr. Sears … Continue reading Babywearing Twins