Last week, the twins had their first ever school sports day (it was also Bunny’s sports day as she goes to the same school). It started with the parents being invited in for a picnic with the children, which was lovely. Sports day was very different to any I’ve known before. There were none of […]
Asda have recently launched the Little Angels Day & Night Pants. We have decided to trial them, but first, a little about why we are reviewing them… My twin daughters are now four and a half years old. They have been toilet trained for about a year now, but unfortunately they aren’t quite ready […]
A common discussion amongst twin mums, is about those people who pity you for having twins. Every twin mum I know, myself included, has had complete strangers walk up to them and say, “You have twins?… Rather you than me!”. Or perhaps “Oh I feel sorry for you for having twins”. One lady once said […]
I started writing this blog when I was 30 weeks pregnant with my twins. My beautiful girls are now starting PRIMARY SCHOOL! I cannot believe my little prem babies are four years old and at SCHOOL. Where has the time gone? How did they get so grown up? They started part time three weeks ago and […]
This photo was taken at twins club. I’m gutted that it’s a bit blurry and not clearer, but sadly it is the best of the bunch of all the photos that the twins had taken. It’s still very cute though and so I wanted to post it. I love my gorgeous little babies so much! […]
Three year old Fluffy randomly potty trained herself just a few months ago – you may have read my post about toddler led potty training. Tiny, however, just doesn’t get it, bless her. So when we were sent some Thomas & Friends potty training books, we thought, wonder if this will help?! It’s funny to think how […]
A blog post about all the mummy guilt associated with raising twins!
This week we went to LEGOLAND as Bunny was desperate to see the new Heartlake City development. All three girls had a fabulous time, but I particularly loved these two photos of the three of them. The one above with a Lego Cat and the one below, taken on the carousel.
Where I live, the health visitors are a combination of ill-informed, useless and non-existant. That’s not to say they all are, but I’m pretty convinced that the ones that work around here were put here purely to scaremonger vulnerable mums with their nonsense gossip and then disappear off the face of the earth when […]
“May the Fourth Be With You”… is a phrase I only associate with my final hour of labour, eight short years ago. Whilst trying to push a human being out of my body, my husband somehow thought this phrase, in the first hour of May 4th 2007, would be encouraging. It really wasn’t. But […]