A group for mom's who have the joy of raising twins, triplets, quads, quints, sextuplets and more.
Come share your stories, vent about daily life raising your multiples (and their siblings if there are any), share ideas and enjoy some mommy time!
do yours do twin/triplet/or however many you have things?
do your multiples do identical things? maybe cry when the other is gone, while at the same time the other cries as well. do they sleep in the same position even if they're not in the same bed?
my guys sleep in the same position and are in separate beds, they "talk" to each other and always reach for the same toys at the same time (reason we need to have double of all toys. lol), if they're in different rooms they call for each other until they find one another.
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