Over the past few weeks, I've been seeing so many artsy #treeoflife breastfeeding images on my social media feeds. I think they are beautiful so I made my own!

Dear New Twin Mama, Welcome to the Club!

I'm over on Boston Mom's Blog talking about the twin mom community!

Our Story: Hospital Stay

This is part 4 of our Story. 
Read Part 1: Our Story: You know there's two
Read Part 2: Our Story: Twin Pregnancy
Read Part 3: Our Story: Labor and Vaginal Delivery of Twins

Our twins were born on Saturday night and we had been at the hospital since Thursday. After my delivery in the OR, we spent a short time back in Labor and Delivery and were soon moved to Maternity. I was feeling better than I expected but was still coming off my epidural and couldn't walk well. I was, however, starving because I hadn't had a real meal since lunch the day before. We ordered food from a restaurant down the street and I had the best eggplant parm sandwich of my life!

Our Story: Twin Pregnancy

This is part 2 of a 4 part series. 

Read Part 1: Our Story: “You know there’s two”
Read Part 3: Our Story: Labor and Vaginal Delivery of Twins
Read Part 4: Our Story: Hospital Stay

As I mentioned in our last post, it was quite a surprise to find out at 12 weeks we were expecting twins! I was fortunate enough to have a pretty uneventful pregnancy. I was nauseous and sick weeks 6-11 and I was pretty tired all throughout. Every morning before going to work, I’d be sick and wonder how I would be able to teach children all day. I ate pretzels nonstop during the day and took power naps in my office during lunch!

Our Twin Story: “You know there’s two”

This is part 1 of a 4 part series.
Part 2: Our Story: Twin Pregnancy
Part 3: Our Story: Labor and Vaginal Delivery of Twins

My husband, Ben, and I found out just before Christmas 2014 that I was pregnant. We were thrilled! We hadn’t been actively trying to get pregnant but we also weren’t not trying. We were very excited to tell our families over the holidays.

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