My twins are now 5 months old, and we still don't have a regular nap schedule, or anything close to one. They were 6 weeks early, so I'm not sure they're old enough for a real 2 nap/day schedule, but I want to work towards that! Neither baby is sleeping in the day for more than 30 minutes at a time (and it's usually much less).
I'm finding it very tricky to put them down for naps; they sleep the longest on my lap after nursing. When I try to put them down, they inevitably either wake each other up within a few minutes, or I wake them up by awkwardly juggling the two of them into their cosleeper. Sometimes they fall asleep in the jogging stroller (but not reliably, and the double jogger doesn't fit through our door), or if DH isn't working, they can each fall asleep in an Ergo. I know how to handle this with one baby (DS1 is almost 5, and somehow he learned to nap), but physically maneuvering two is the challenge.
Maybe it's unrealistic, but I was hoping that I could get a few things done or spend 1:1 time with DS1 while they nap. Also, I am hoping that if they nap better in the day, they will also sleep better at night. I know that was true for DS1. At this point, naps require me to be physically involved the whole time. Any tips? Or is this just life with twins, so tell me just to deal with it! TIA!