Congratulations!! I have twin boys (20 months). I responded to your post on pumping. What I didn't mention is that I also used a bag strap to attach the breast pump to my and a long extension so I could walk around ha ha!! Not sure how practical this will be for you-I didn't have my babies home with me at the time.
Feel free to tap into my experiences-I have bought many useful and useless things to help me organise them and myself. xx
Ebonie thanks for the twin class info I will call the 2 big hopital systems here in Dallas and see which one may have that! I am really happy for you having a girl and a boy.....I am having boys & my hubby is really happy, but get this he now keeps picking up little girl dresses at the stores and showing them to me like he wants a girl too! I guess we'll see. What does your week look like? What do you still need to accomplish before the hospital. I still have to register, get the baby neccesities and take my prepared for baby classes, & now hopefully twin classes.
I have been told they can only sleep together for 2 months, so you needed the second crib anyway. I have never heard of a multiples class!!! I would absolutely love to go to one. How would I find one in my city? Please let me know! Thanks! xo Renee
Congratulations you are almost there!!! Your twins will be here soon, how exciting. I am having twins also I am at 22 weeks tomorrow, two boys, ferternal, IVF! Do you know anything about putting them in the same crib for a few months. I have the two cribs set up but some people are telling me they love to be close since they were aware of eachother in your womb. What do you think? :)
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