Getting twins ready to start school

Getting Twins Ready to Start School

Your children starting school is one of the biggest milestones you’ll face. For me it was certainly the most emotive, my babies were really growing up. It was the start of a new chapter, the boys being more independent from us, off to make new friends and learn so many new things.  For families with twins, starting school means there may be some extra things to consider.

5 Things I’ve Learnt Since Becoming a Parent

Our boys turned 5 today.  The fast passage of time is surreal sometimes.  How years seem to pass in the blink of an eye.  I’m not sure if this feeling is stronger now I’m a parent or just as Im getting older.  Whenever it gets close to the boy’s birthday I get that little bit more emotional thinking back to when they were born six weeks early and how small and vulnerable they were.   So yesterday I started been thinking about the main things that I’ve learnt as a parent and in keeping with the 5 theme, here they are:

Motherhood 1 month in

Motherhood One Month In – What Does It Really Look Like?

What do you feel when you see Beyoncé’s twins introduction photo? What do you see?  Do you just see a beautifully styled photo and think “aww, a Mum and her babies”. Do you see a perfect image of motherhood? Does it make you feel jealous that you didn’t look like that one month after giving birth?  This post is about my thoughts on that photo and a reflection on my own experience.

Coping out and about with twins in the early years – my thoughts on feeling judged

Having twins or multiples really is a unique experience.  This post is about finding my confidence as a new mum and feeling judged by others. So what is it like for me being a mum of twins and coping with going to the supermarket or for a tea and cake in town?  The most notable thing for me is the attention you get or should I say, the twins get.  People are so interested, which is great but sometimes it can be overwhelming when you’re trying to cope with two babies/toddlers/pre-schoolers, you just want to be left alone to get on with it and not be met with people’s constant need to ask questions or to make comments.