One morning, I woke up, and I had twins. Herein you will find our stories, trials, tribulations and lessons learned. Places you can go and things you can do with little ones trailing behind you. How to be an adult after becoming a parent. Serene moments in parent life. And articles that may interest you, since everyone seems to want to tell us about how we’re doing it wrong.

The short story? I’m a 28-year-old former television news producer who is now taking care of my two-year-old twin girls. I’m starting this blog because I read something on the internet that made me angry, and I wanted to share it with you.

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  1. shillings for farthings says:

    This should be interesting 😀

  2. Hi, nice to meet you !

  3. From one mom of twins to another…welcome.

  4. Loved your blog about the article that Tynan wrote. I am a mother of a 19 year old and if I could bottle the simple minded, naivete that Tynan used to gather all of her parenting information from her short months of motherhood…well, I’d be a billionaire. Because frankly, those sweet little babies that stay in one place and don’t speak, grow up. They go through all kinds of “wonderful” stages that can make you the proudest mom in the world all the way to the other end of the spectrum where they leave you scratching your head and even sometimes crying because you can’t figure out why they insist on doing some things in life the hard way. Oh, and believe me, I came into the whole parenting thing totally prepared (kind of like the backpack water bottle thing she referred to). But life has this amazing way of throwing you curve balls so that the ego that you’ve built up over those sweet little months of infant hood that stop you from learning get smacked right in the middle of the forehead. Raising children is a learning experience. There’s amazing joy and heartache and for some people, complete craziness, and tragedy. I couldn’t possibly imagine not having friends to talk about life with and feeling that because I’ve had a particularly whiney mother day, that I’m somehow a failure. Now, if I could just be a fly on the wall when Tynan’s children go through each one of their life stages.

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  6. africantwin says:

    Hi there!
    I’ve enjoyed reading your blog, thanks! I’m to mom of 6 month old twin boys. What a tiring but fantastic experience. Have a read of my blog if you have a moment http://www.isibini.wordpress.com
    Have a great day!

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