“Pregnancy looks good on you!” comments a stranger at the store. But all you think is, “I feel like a house, my feet are swollen, and I haven’t pooped in days!” Growing a baby is wild! Being pregnant with twins, well, is a pretty incredible journey! No matter how you slice it or dice it,
Together or separate? That’s the million-dollar question every parent of twins has to grapple with in numerous parenting scenarios along the way. Sleeping arrangements for twins just happens to be one of the first of many you’ll need to consider. The decision you make may even change as your twins grow. Really, sleep and twins
I took on the task of hosting Thanksgiving for the very first time with two one-year-olds. A few years back, my sister was due any day with my second nephew. My family was focused on the impending delivery, so naturally, I had to step up and give my best go at hosting. I was in
“What’s taking so long? Hurry up please, just grab a pair of socks! We need to go.” Getting dressed independently seemed like an easy ask of my 4-year-old twin sons…or so I thought. After a long pause and no response from either one of them, I grew frustrated and marched up to see what was
Ever since I was a little girl, my family has made this chili recipe. We fondly referred to the extra spicy chili recipe as Velasco Chili, to honor its origins in our family, our close family friends. Over the years, we adapted the recipe, mostly to tone down the spice. It became a tradition to
It wasn’t until Meghan had her twins and I gifted her my old stroller, that I realized I had been using it all wrong and my babies were never actually secure in it. Let me rewind a bit. I wanted my home and nursery to be organized the moment we brought our new babies home.
Does traveling with toddlers around the holidays, or any time of year for that matter, send your anxiety through the roof? Listen, we CAN’T make the grumpy guy sitting next to you on the plane get ditch his bad attitude. We CAN use the significant experience that we’ve had traveling with toddlers to share a