WWRM: LMNO Peas

This week, we're reading LMNO Peas by Keith Baker.

Friday Favorites: Baby B

Just a few of our favorite things, the Baby B edition!

Getting Out and About with Newborn Twins

One of the {many} questions that ran through my head when I found out we were having twins was "how the heck am I going to take two babies out?!" It seemed intimidating and overwhelming when I thought about it. However, once the babies were here, I found it wasn't nearly as hard as I made it out to be in my mind.

WWRM: The Going to Bed Book

Our current bedtime story is The Going to Bed Book by Sandra Boynton so not only are we reading it today, we're reading it every day!

Non Stress Test: What Does it Look Like?

WWRM: Bear Snores On

This week we have been reading Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson.

That Time I Tried to Run an Errand (or, Why I'm Late)

I have been trying to run a quick errand for weeks. I just need to get a piece of paper signed at work. That's all. The other day I decided I'm finally going to do it.

I usually try to time car trips with naps and start to get ready about 15 minutes before I think the babies will nap. Plan for success, right? Well, here's how that trip went down:

Breastfeeding Must-Haves for Twin Mamas

Like I've said many times, I cannot believe the babies are already 6 months old! We have introduced solid foods but we are still going strong with breastfeeding.

As I reflected on the past 6 months of breastfeeding, I put together a list of some of the things that were amazingly helpful in the beginning and through the first few months of nursing.

WWRM: Duck & Goose 123

Foodie Friday: Organizing Frozen Foods

Do you have a system for organizing your freezer? I didn't but now that I'm freezing and storing baby food, I needed to re-evaluate how my freezer is organized. This is what I've come up with and it's working so far!

Nurse, Bottle, Pump, Repeat: Breastfeeding Newborn Twins

I knew before I was pregnant that I wanted to try to breastfeed my babies. I also knew some people find it really difficult, some people find it really rewarding, and some people are just not interested. I'm in the "fed is best" camp and think you should do what works for you and your babies, whatever that may be in terms of feeding. I have not heard or read two breastfeeding stories that were exactly the same. Every baby is different, even when they're twins! This is the beginning of our story and what worked for us.

WWRM: The I Love You Book

This week we are reading The I LOVE YOU Book by Todd Parr. In fact, we are reading this book every night before bed! 

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