I found out I was having twins a year a go today. I realised I’d never written an account of how it happened so I decided to write it now! I was just over 13 weeks pregnant. Our scan was on a Friday morning, so Josh and I decided to go for breakfast beforehand – … More I’ve got a surprise for you…
So the girls are now half a year old. It seems as though its been so slow and fast at the same time. In my last update I spoke about my fears of 4 month sleep regression – let me tell you it hit us hard! We struggled for weeks and weeks and the sleep … More Being mum: 4-6 months
Last weekend we took the girlies on their first trip abroad! On Friday morning we headed over to Manchester airport and flew to Barcelona, Spain. As we’d already travelled to Cornwall on a plane we had some idea as to how the airport would go and we were a bit more prepared! I’m thinking of … More Barcelona with the babies
I make no secret that I’ve never been a very maternal person. That being said whenever I thought about having babies I always imagined breastfeeding them. I never particularly knew anyone closely who breastfed but I just thought it was natural and therefore it must be easy! When I got pregnant I started researching everything … More 5 months of breastfeeding twins!
4 months in I’m obsessed with my twins. Having twins is in a league of its own with the tiredness, hard work, nappies and feeding. But it’s also amazing in every way. I love feeling like we are super special and getting to have these two little best friends. I couldn’t imagine it any other … More 10 things I’ve learned from having twins!
A lot of people told me that things will get easier at around 4 months so here’s hoping that’s true! Although there’s also the threat of the dreaded 4 month sleep regression hanging over my head! Since my last update and 2 months old things have improved dramatically. The girls have got in to a … More Being mum: 2-4 months
I have decided to start a new series on my blog called “being mum” which is going to be about my take on motherhood at each different stage of the girls’ lives. I guess they will be quite small age gaps as the girls are young and changing so much but eventually will become yearly! … More Being mum: newborn