Top 10 Tips on Traveling With Twins
1. Pack smart Less is more. Except when it comes to diapers, food and onesies. You can never have enough of those. Pack them each a new toy, book or game to keep them entertained while you wait. Be prepared for the worst-case scenario: huge delays. The only thing worse than waiting for a delayed flight is waiting for a delayed flight with two fussy babies.
Joovy’s Guide to Twin Products - TwinMom
Joovy is one of the most Twin-friendly brands out there today. On top of having several products that are just for Twins, they also offer a Multiples Discount. If you are expecting (or already have) twins you can call Joovy’s customer service and let them know, and they will apply a “Multiples Discount” to anything you buy through Joovy. Joovy’s […]
Printable Baby Schedule Tracker and Twins Schedule Tracker
It feels like you change 45 diapers before noon, and spend the rest of the day feeding your baby. This schedule lets you keep track, so you can free up your short term memory to recall other things, like remembering when your last shower was. The file comes with 4 pdf pages. One for a single baby and one for twins with blank times, and also each file with times filled in. Print, laminate, and reuse everyday. Write on the laminated page with a dry or wet erase marker. Keep it attached to a…
50 Foods for Babies without Teeth
Some babies get teeth very late, but that doesn't mean that they can't go beyond purees and porridges! Here is a list of 50 foods for babies without teeth.
10 Things You Don't Have To Do When You're Pregnant
Being pregnant is a right of passage. Sure some people have perfect pregnancies-- they glow and sparkle throughout, but for some of us, we just want to wear yoga pants and watch the Price is Right reruns for nine months. Is that so wrong? Look, we aren't saying you can't do these things while you're pregnant, we're just saying you don't have to.