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Karen - spouse to dh for 11 years, mama to ds (Nov '02), dd (May '05) and ds and dd (Jun '08)
For a long while I wished I lived in 1 big room with nothing in it other than a few matresses, blankets, toys, and a cooler full of delicious homecooked meals (cooked by someone other than me).
Catholic homeschooling mom of 5 - a teenager, a kindergartener, twin boys and a tiny princess. Follow the Adventures!
Can anyone share some constructive indoor activities for twin toddlers? I need to get better about doing activities with them and don't know how to get started. They eat playdough, and color all over everything, it gets a little frustrating.
For those of you with older children (as in you had two before your twins), do you find that this "double trouble" is any different than having two DC's that are close in age?
A lot of what you describe I'm already experiencing with my DD & DS who are exactly two years apart. Is it worse when they are exactly the same age?
I'm just trying to mental prepare myself. If it's at least similar I know I can cope but I'm going to have to change my mindset if it's worse.
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