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Toilet Training Twins – Mother of all Messes

<a href="/blogs/rebeccarobinson/2013/03/26/toilet-training-twins-%E2%80%93-mother-of-all-messes">Toilet Training Twins – Mother of all Messes</a>

That got your attention, didn’t it? When other mums think about my life with twins and say to me, “I can’t imagine it…”, I say, you can, just close your eyes and imagine. You have toilet trained one toddler - caught wees and rushed little bot bots to the loo with the speed of a mother possessed. Read full article

Raising Twins - I Have My Training Wheels On

<a href="/blogs/rebeccarobinson/2011/10/19/raising-twins-i-have-my-training-wheels-on">Raising Twins - I Have My Training Wheels On</a>

I kind of knew that some interesting sibling dynamics were up the sleeve of life. However intellectual I have been about it, there is always something humbling about actually living it. My 4 year old has a different relationship with each of his sisters - we have tried to encourage this ... that each kid is unique and there will be things you don't and do like about each other, and at different times. That's cool. But you see, one of the girls isn't walking yet - it fits with her personality ... So kindy boy has taken a liking to his sister - the one who is walking and running and able to follow his commands. Read full article

My Three Ringed Circus - a Whinge about Motherhood and Life

<a href="/blogs/rebeccarobinson/2011/07/12/my-three-ringed-circus-a-whinge-about-motherhood-and-life">My Three Ringed Circus - a Whinge about Motherhood and Life</a>

Whilst the dark side of the last year is of course important to acknowledge, it doesn’t make entertaining reading. So acknowledge it I will; yes, the last year has brought me to my knees in a way I never thought possible. It has strained my relationship in a way I never thought possible. It broke my heart into a million un-fixable pieces watching my little boy stare as we held the offending sisters in our arms - confused, hurt and utterly betrayed by not only one parent but two. There were not enough arms to go around. But heal we have, and I have learnt a few lessons. Read full article

Twin Baby Boys Have a Conversation Super Cute Video

The very cutest video you will see of baby boy twins having an animated conversation with each other in nappies in the kitchen. The intonation and the hand and feet gestures and giggles are so hilarious. The best 2 minutes of video we've seen for a long time. Read full article

Thursday 13 January 2011 Latest Parenting and Education News

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2011/01/13/thursday-13-january-2011-latest-parenting-and-education-news">Thursday 13 January 2011 Latest Parenting and Education News</a>

Thursday 13 January 2011 - Links to Latest Parenting and Education news: Twins in Womb ~ Teaching Arts at School ~ Restore Untidy Play ~ Education Policy ~ No Child Left Behind ~ Men as Child Predators ~ Facebook Help for Missing Children ~ My Schools Website Read full article

Super Mum Multi-Tasks with Two Week Old Twins

<a href="/blogs/karencollum/2010/08/26/super-mum-multi-tasks-with-two-week-old-twins">Super Mum Multi-Tasks with Two Week Old Twins</a>

We were going to Ipswich to see the much anticipated Play School concert. A 10am start would normally be a reasonable time of day for me. A forty-minute commute would be easy. The persistent rain would have been annoying but not unwelcome. The four block walk from the nearest car park to the venue would have been slightly tiresome but manageable. But there is one small detail – actually, two small details - I have neglected to mention. I gave birth to identical twins just over two weeks ago. And yes, vying for the role of Superwoman (look out Megan Gale) I decided to take all three of my boys to the concert. Read full article