Getting Out the Door With Twins – Twiniversity – Parenting Twins Article

There are a lot of articles on Twiniversity about going outside and doing fun activities with your twins. But we don’t have much advice on how to literally get out the door when you have little twins. This is a subject that often gives me anxiety, even a year after my twins were born! It’s an ever-evolving procedure to get my two boys out of the house in the morning when I’m all by myself. As they grow and gain abilities,…

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Fossflakes Nursing Pillow Twins Review – Parenting Twins Article

The Fossflakes Nursing Pillow Twins is one looped pillow. The length of the inner loop is 97 centimeters (38 inches). The length of the outer loop is 150 centimeters (59 inches). The pillow is white with a star pattern, and it comes with a white cotton sateen cover as well. You can get the cover in six different colors. The weight of the pillow is 1600 grams (3lbs, 8oz). Nice features: The Fossflakes Nursing Pillow Twins is hypoallergenic and free…

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Fossflakes Nursing Pillow Twins Review – Parenting Twins Article

The Fossflakes Nursing Pillow Twins is one looped pillow. The length of the inner loop is 97 centimeters (38 inches). The length of the outer loop is 150 centimeters (59 inches). The pillow is white with a star pattern, and it comes with a white cotton sateen cover as well. You can get the cover in six different colors. The weight of the pillow is 1600 grams (3lbs, 8oz). Nice features: The Fossflakes Nursing Pillow Twins is hypoallergenic and free…

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Spread Too Thin – Dad and Buried – Parents Article

Today, instead of putting my son on the bus and going straight to work, I took him to school so I could visit his class for “First Fridays.” First Fridays are a monthly occurrence on which parents are allowed – and encouraged – drop in on school and find out what our kids are working on. Afterwards, on the train – in the middle of wondering WTF common core is all about – I suddenly realized I’d completely forgotten to…

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Twin Baby Carrier Review & Guide: Pick the Best Twin Carrier – Parenting Twins Article

Finding the right twin baby carrier is important. It will make life easier for you to be able to carry both your twins close to your body, but only if your babies are supported well. You also need to make sure that you are supported well. Otherwise you might develop issues with your back or neck. Have a look at some key features you should look for when shopping for the right twin baby carrier. Key features to look for…

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Starting Childcare When Your Baby has Separation Anxiety – Parents Article

Leaving your baby or child in the care of others can be a stressful time for parents, some children take the transition in their stride, but others struggle much more with the separation. While some settings and childcare providers offer brilliant support and advice to ease the transition, others are less helpful. Much is made of attachment theory in early years settings, yet I’m not certain that some truly understand its implications. I have often seen well-meaning nursery workers peeling…

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Parenting with Multiple Sclerosis – Dad and Buried – Parents Article

*My wife, aka Mom and Buried, originally wrote this piece for Today.com* Some moments are seared onto your mind. For me, one of those was an otherwise normal day as a new mom to a beautiful four-month old little boy: the day that I got a call from my neurologist diagnosing me with multiple sclerosis. When the call came, though I was already exhausted and stretched too thin as a new mom, I felt a wave of relief. Finally, I…

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Separation Anxiety – What it is, Why it Happens – and How to Cope – Parents Article

 You may notice that your baby starts to become more clingy as they get older, crying if you leave the room for only a few seconds or needing to be held by you all of the time. Separation anxiety is a normal stage of psychological development for babies that usually starts at some point between 8 and 18 months old.  Separation anxiety is actually a good sign of an emotionally healthy child, however it can leave many parents wondering if they…

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10 Common Indian Baby Superstitions – Parents Article

Superstitions abound in Indian culture, no matter where you live! Here we look at 10 common Indian baby superstitions – are they myths or based on fact? Indians are no stranger to superstitions, whether it’s adding an extra letter to your name, running at the sight of a black cat or hanging strings of lemon and chillies. So it’s only natural that pregnancy and babies will have their own share of special superstitions! If you’re an Indian Mom or a…

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Sleeping Arrangements for Twins: Fragmented Nights & Pure Happiness – Parenting Twins Article

One of the things I spent a lot of time worrying about before the twins were born were definitely the sleeping arrangements. Holding your sleeping baby is the most beautiful thing in the world, but when you have two babies it gets a bit more complicated. We had to find a way to catch some sleep ourselves between their waking times. When we brought them home from the hospital, we put them in the same crib. We had bought two, which made the small room…

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