Our girls love water as much as otters do. Here’s a clip of the girls watching their dad clean the windows. Ava decides she’d like to have a taste. Cheers.
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Together We Can: 10 Tips to Survive Your Baby’s Colic
Our twin newborns began their colic episodes at 3 weeks old. I quickly realized I could not do this alone and needed help. Eight hours a day of crying was the norm for us. My daughter’s crying cycle commenced during feeding. She would cry for the next 2 hours, during which she would projectile vomit prompting … Continue reading
There’s Nothing Worse Than Twins with Acid Reflux, Part 2
Kaitlyn and Ava were diagnosed with GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) in January. Here’s the continuation of our tale. Check out Part 1 if you missed it. 3 Months Old. Our GI finally placed our girls on Levisin drops. He said there was only a 50% chance that it would work to alleviate stomach muscle spasms. I … Continue reading
WubbaNubs, Must Have For Babies
WubbaNubs are little stuffed animals with a pacifier attached to it. Perfect for tiny fingers grasping in the middle of the night for her beloved pacie. Get one, get two. Our girls love their WubbaNubs. They come in all sorts of animals and colors – bears, tigers, monkeys, giraffes, kittens. Pros: Easy for baby to find … Continue reading
There’s Nothing Worse Than Twins with Acid Reflux, Part 1
“There’s nothing worse than having twins with GERD.” That’s what our gastroenterologist said to me at our first visit. Thanks for the encouragement doc. Kaitlyn and Ava were diagnosed with GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) in January. Here’s the tale of our journey of colicky nights, incessant crying, plus tips to survive. Six months later our … Continue reading
Preparing Your Dog to Meet Your Baby
Our dog Miles is our first child. So, when we brought Kaitlyn and Ava home from the hospital, we wanted his transition to be smooth. Now he recognizes the girls as part of our “pack”. He often sits with them and is deeply concerned for their welfare. If one of them cries in the night, … Continue reading
20 Ways to Help Parents of Newborns
Here is a blog post from Code Name: Mama for ideas to serve your friends with a newborn baby in their life. My favorites are providing frozen meals, help around the house, and offer to run errands. 20 Ways to Help Parents of Newborns
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