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    Stories from the Heart
    treika
    25 Aug 2014 | 11:11 am
    As a single mother of an 8-year-old daughter, Sandy was shocked when she found out she was having triplets! “Like many other “surprised” parents, I scoured the internet for any and all information I could find. When I discovered MOST’s webpage it became one of my main “go to” resources for all things related to my pregnancy and babies. This summer I became overwhelmed with the expenses of a family of five, especially three very active and hungry growing triplet boys and the cost of summer daycare. I found myself falling behind on my bills and was out of options…
  • 10 Back-to-School {Oily} Essentials

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    Jennifer Murray
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:06 am
    Now that the pencils have been sharpened, (I sharpened 90 for the first day of school – can anyone beat that?), and the last Frozen lunchbox has been fought over in the back-to-school aisle, it’s time to focus on being prepared for the infamous “Back-To-School-Bugs”.  They are back with a vengeance, and it’s time to stock up and be prepared.  I’m so thankful we have our oils this year to help us stay healthy and fight off any bugs that come our way, especially with our transition away from homeschool. (It’s been our healthiest 8 months on record…
  • The final post

    Laura's Mommy Journal
    7 Aug 2014 | 6:33 am
    After almost 9 years writing here almost every Monday through Friday, I've decided to shut down this blog.The reasons are numerous. When I first started in 2005 (!!), there was really no other way to easily keep connected to family far away. Now there's Facebook, Instagram, iMessage, and FaceTime. When the boys were babies, it was a time saver to post here rather than update all our family and friends. Over the years, I made so many friends and got so much support by writing here. Now it's like shouting into the void, very little feedback and interaction in this space, because there are so…
  • Aug 27, Little Mudskippers

    Twin Pregnancy Blog
    27 Aug 2014 | 6:52 am
    This is a photo of my twins playing in a puddle on a rainy day. I was chasing after one of them, and by the time I turned around to check on the other,
  • Staples helps celebrate Back to School Time "Firsts": Kindle Fire HD (with WiFi) #Giveaway #BTS

    And Twins make 5! - A Mommy Blog
    Stephanie Manner Wagner
    19 Aug 2014 | 8:28 am
    The folks at Staples recently contacted me about how they love helping everyone prepare for and celebrate all their back to school firsts.  This is a very good thing because Back to School time has arrived in our household and there are plenty of "firsts" to be celebrated. Continue Reading This Post ...Copyright © 2009-2014 - Stephanie Manner Wagner (Author and Owner of And Twins make 5!) - A Mommy Blog.
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    Stories from the Heart

  • MOST Family Spotlight

    treika
    25 Aug 2014 | 11:11 am
    As a single mother of an 8-year-old daughter, Sandy was shocked when she found out she was having triplets! “Like many other “surprised” parents, I scoured the internet for any and all information I could find. When I discovered MOST’s webpage it became one of my main “go to” resources for all things related to my pregnancy and babies. This summer I became overwhelmed with the expenses of a family of five, especially three very active and hungry growing triplet boys and the cost of summer daycare. I found myself falling behind on my bills and was out of options…
  • In Honor of Brendan, Patrick and Nora Boyle

    MOSTOffice
    20 Aug 2014 | 9:49 am
    MOST wishes to thank the Campbell family for supporting multiple birth families through their donation celebrating their triplets 27th birthday.
  • Smoking when Pregnant May Lead to Behavior Problems in Kids

    treika
    14 Aug 2014 | 6:07 am
    Most people know that smoking during pregnancy is a bad idea. The CDC warns that smoking during pregnancy can increase the likelihood of a miscarriage, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), and certain birth defects like a cleft lip or palate, and premature birth. New research, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Psychiatry in July, is adding “conduct disorders” to that list of health risks. Mothers who smoked during pregnancy were more likely to have children who had behavioral issues, the study found. “The evidence is emerging that smoking in…
  • MOST eNews August 2014 End of Summer

    DianeW
    10 Aug 2014 | 6:37 am
      National Immunization Month End of Summer Stories from the Heart blog  Check out the new blogs! MOST Membership -  Lifetime Membership     National Immunization Month August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), a time to increase awareness about immunizations. MOST is encouraging all families to check their children’s immunization status during the month of August. More information is available on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Web site. Shots can prevent serious diseases like the flu, measles, and tuberculosis (TB). It’s important…
  • Next Stop Adulthood: Tips for Parents

    treika
    5 Aug 2014 | 6:34 am
    With high school and college beginning soon, here are some things for parents of older children to keep in mind from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Becoming a young adult is exciting, difficult, and scary for both parents and teens. It is a time of increasing independence and change, no matter what the situation. For example: Going to college Moving out Starting a job Staying at home Teach Independence Learning to be independent does not happen overnight. Just like getting a driver’s license, it occurs over time and in steps. Learner’s permit—learning new skills with supervision…
 
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  • 10 Back-to-School {Oily} Essentials

    Jennifer Murray
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:06 am
    Now that the pencils have been sharpened, (I sharpened 90 for the first day of school – can anyone beat that?), and the last Frozen lunchbox has been fought over in the back-to-school aisle, it’s time to focus on being prepared for the infamous “Back-To-School-Bugs”.  They are back with a vengeance, and it’s time to stock up and be prepared.  I’m so thankful we have our oils this year to help us stay healthy and fight off any bugs that come our way, especially with our transition away from homeschool. (It’s been our healthiest 8 months on record…
  • Conquerors

    Jennifer Murray
    25 Aug 2014 | 6:20 am
        “Daddy time me and see how long it takes for me to get to the top.” “I’m next!” “Ready?” Hand over hand, step by step, climbing higher and leaving fear in the dust… Letting go of what we previously held on to, and holding on to what lies ahead… And that’s pretty much the way this transition to full-time school has went for all of us. Courage begot courage. It took steady upward motion; Looking up, not behind. The faster you climb, the less fear has the power to overwhelm. Instead, confidence grows where it was once…
  • When Your Kids Teach You A Lesson in Humility…

    Jennifer Murray
    20 Aug 2014 | 9:38 am
    Post by Brad Murray Have you ever been completely embarrassed by your children’s behavior in public or in a setting with family or friends? No?  I’m convinced you are either lying or don’t yet have children.   Before I say more on this topic, our kids are very well behaved in public generally.  We have received numerous compliments while at restaurants and other public venues, and for that I am very thankful.  However, there are those rare times when everything falls apart. Before we had children, I was that guy that scoffed at parents whose children were rebellious in…
  • We Kissed Homeschooling Goodbye…

    Jennifer Murray
    14 Aug 2014 | 7:27 am
    Curriculum was ordered.  Their 1 day a week tutelage at The Master’s Study tuition was paid. Goals had been written. We were gearing up for our 3rd year of homeschool. UNTIL… About a week and a half ago when Brad took the boys to an indoor playground while I was fighting off a headache.  He ran into a contact who chatted with him briefly about Trader’s Point Christian Academy where his son attended, and Brad decided to stop by the school office just to explore it  for upcoming years if we decided not to continue homeschool at some point. He knew it would most likely be…
  • Turn By Turn Decisions…

    Jennifer Murray
    11 Aug 2014 | 6:41 am
    Hiya, Friends. Still there? All tan, refreshed, and summerfied? Remember me? The quad mom with 4 boys. Yeah, the crazy one. I know I’ve been quiet. It’s been summer, and crazy, and different, and the ole blog got the shaft. Thanks for stickin’ it out. I’ve missed this space, and hope I can write a little more frequently now that things are headed back into more of a routine. We’re in the midst of one of those major life decisions this week. And right now I have no clue how it will turn out. There are no sky writings or signs, just a lot of praying and…
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    Laura's Mommy Journal

  • The final post

    7 Aug 2014 | 6:33 am
    After almost 9 years writing here almost every Monday through Friday, I've decided to shut down this blog.The reasons are numerous. When I first started in 2005 (!!), there was really no other way to easily keep connected to family far away. Now there's Facebook, Instagram, iMessage, and FaceTime. When the boys were babies, it was a time saver to post here rather than update all our family and friends. Over the years, I made so many friends and got so much support by writing here. Now it's like shouting into the void, very little feedback and interaction in this space, because there are so…
  • Engineering minds

    7 Aug 2014 | 6:11 am
    I signed up to coach an Odyssey of the Mind team this year. This week the information guide for coaches came out and I went into a mini-panic thinking about how much time it will be. As I read on, the mini-panic subsided because this program teaches a lot of important critical thinking skills. We recently listened to the first Harry Potter (the narrator is amazing!) and we are waiting for the second one to come in from the library. Nate and Alex have asked constantly about it, so I explained we are on two waitlists - home library waitlist and beach library waitlist. I said we were number 10…
  • Maria again???

    5 Aug 2014 | 6:25 am
    Hey remember when I saw Maria in March for my birthday, then again in April for her birthday? Well she road tripped from Maine to NC with her kids and came to visit again last week (July and August)!I've got many more photos and many more stories to tell about the trip. BUT FIRST! A little flashback. I first met Maria and her kids in person four years ago. Here were her kids then:And here they are now:Time is such a jerk. It really feels like it's been a short time that we've known each other and then I look at how those little faces have grown and it kills me. Oh yeah, and there's also two…
  • The Italy trip, part 3

    31 Jul 2014 | 5:29 am
    Day 8 we said goodbye to our Tuscan villa...and hit the road for Rome. These were neither hot nor spicy, btw.Jon had booked a centrally located hotel room so we were able to walk to a lot of sights. Trevi Fountain was really close to our hotel so we went straight there. What a sight!We had a good laugh about this over dinner. With no water in the fountain, does that mean we will never go back to Rome?? Next on our walking tour was the Pantheon, which was again, amazing. The only source of light is the hole in the top.The engineering involved to provide light for an entire building with this…
  • The Italy trip, part 2

    30 Jul 2014 | 6:23 am
    DAY 4: It was time to start road tripping in our little rented Fiat and see all that Tuscany had to offer.We could not go to Tuscany without going to Montalcino.We visited an old castle there.And experienced yet another lack of Jon-sized things.Jon is scared of heights so I climbed solo to the very top and met a very nice French family who took my photo (and also ended up getting great family photos).Many of the Tuscan hill towns look similar and we loved them.We also did not get tired of the super delicious food. This stands out as the best pasta I had in Italy, handmade noodles with a…
 
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    And Twins make 5! - A Mommy Blog

  • Staples helps celebrate Back to School Time "Firsts": Kindle Fire HD (with WiFi) #Giveaway #BTS

    Stephanie Manner Wagner
    19 Aug 2014 | 8:28 am
    The folks at Staples recently contacted me about how they love helping everyone prepare for and celebrate all their back to school firsts.  This is a very good thing because Back to School time has arrived in our household and there are plenty of "firsts" to be celebrated. Continue Reading This Post ...Copyright © 2009-2014 - Stephanie Manner Wagner (Author and Owner of And Twins make 5!) - A Mommy Blog.
  • Mary Kay Cosmetics "Graphic Blue Cat Eye" look from Project Runway Week 2 #Giveaway

    Stephanie Manner Wagner
    14 Aug 2014 | 4:46 am
    My daughter and I enjoyed playing around with the Mary Kay make-up goodies so much last week, that we are bringing you a new look from week two's Project Runway Episode. Continue Reading This Post ...Copyright © 2009-2014 - Stephanie Manner Wagner (Author and Owner of And Twins make 5!) - A Mommy Blog.
  • Door to Door Organics Delivers After-School Snacks #SnackAttactics #Giveaway

    Stephanie Manner Wagner
    13 Aug 2014 | 7:44 am
    The countdown to the start of school is under a week from now in our household which means the return of the after school snack attack.  Like many moms, this means I need to pull out my "A" game when it comes to healthy but fun snack options and Door to Door Organics here in Chicago is helping me stack the deck.Continue Reading This Post ...Copyright © 2009-2014 - Stephanie Manner Wagner (Author and Owner of And Twins make 5!) - A Mommy Blog.
  • A visit to KeyLime Cove Indoor Waterpark Resort in Gurnee, IL #promocode

    Stephanie Manner Wagner
    12 Aug 2014 | 10:59 am
    It probably goes without saying that Back-to-School shopping can turn in to an arduous task with even one child in tow let alone the need to bring along 4 or 5.  In fact if I could try on the shoes and clothes for the kids, I'd take on the whole task solo just to spare everyone.  We did get virtually everything we needed in record time and with a nice savings at Gurnee Mills Mall this year, but still ... it's not the same as a pleasure trip of shopping with just the girls.  What did help greatly this year, was combining our big back to school shop with an overnight stay at nearby…
  • Back to School Shopping at Gurnee Mills #Giveaway #GurneeBTS

    Stephanie Manner Wagner
    8 Aug 2014 | 7:22 am
    It's 10 days until 3 of our 5 kids head back to school and not much longer before they all are in classes.  Boy did this Summer go fast with all the adventures we had.  With the countdown on, last weekend we all got serious and did a large amount of our back to school shopping at Gurnee Mills.  Located in the Northern Chicago Suburb of Gurnee, Gurnee Mills is the largest outlet and value shopping destination in Illinois. Continue Reading This Post ...Copyright © 2009-2014 - Stephanie Manner Wagner (Author and Owner of And Twins make 5!) - A Mommy Blog.
 
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    Preemie Twins Blog

  • Win a Year Supply of Diapers!

    preemie twins
    30 Aug 2014 | 8:58 am
    How many new time parents think about all the diapers they need. Even parents that have had more than one child remember the hundreds and hundreds of diapers they need while your little one is growing up. Have diapers on your list grocery list constantly or perhaps you are planning on a new edition to your family soon? Well, check out this AWESOME company that will DELIVER diapers and wipes. Home of the “Year Supply of Diapers“, BabyShowersByMail.com offers an amazing service that actually delivers diapers and wipes to your house! You have the options to get the diapers for 3, 6,…
  • Trying to Conceive? Six Bad Habits that Aren’t Helping You Get Pregnant

    Dixie Summers
    23 Aug 2014 | 5:32 pm
    Every woman’s body is different, which is why some couples have a harder time getting pregnant than others. While many infertility issues are far beyond our control, there are some factors that can increase (and decrease) our chances of getting pregnant. Surprisingly, many of these influencing factors are simple lifestyle changes that could create the optimal circumstances for getting pregnant. If you’ve struggled to conceive, you may consider a few of the following habit changes to increase your chances of getting pregnant. Malnutrition Eating poorly can drastically affect a woman’s…
  • Win InnoBaby Packin’ Smart Essentials

    preemie twins
    30 Jul 2014 | 6:42 pm
    INNOBABY WANTS TO MAKE LIFE EASIER FOR YOU! One winner will win both items featured! This giveaway is sponsored by innobaby and hosted by Mommy By Nurture and Joyful Gifts by Julie. 1 Qty Packin’ SMART 3 Tier Essentials (PS3-ES301) => Stacking storage that uses secure click interlocking design to connect separate containers. Ergonically designed to fit into your hands with ease while taking up less space in the diaper bag. Great for cheerios, formula, rice cereal, candies, sprinkles and more! 1 Qty Packin’ SMART 4 Tier Twistables (SNS4-VEG01) => Stacking storage that seals…
  • Win a Bubble Bum Booster Seat!

    preemie twins
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:58 pm
    Welcome to the BubbleBum Booster Seat Giveaway! Hosted By: Sweet Southern Lovin Cohosted By: Life of a Southern Mom Sponsored By: BubbleBum BubbleBum is the first ever inflatable booster seat. Founded by Grainne Kelly, out of pure frustration and concern for her own kids safely while traveling. This car seat is very light weight and perfect for kids ages 4-11. It easily folds flat and can be stored in a matching travel bag to make carrying around while traveling so much easier, since it inflates in only 20 seconds (by mouth). The BubbleBum is perfect for: Carpool, when you have 3 carseats in…
  • Win a Cozy Cover Sun & Bug Carrier Cover!

    preemie twins
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:45 pm
    Hosted By: Life of a Southern Mom Sponsored By: Cozy Cover The Sun & Bug Cover from Cozy Cover is the original cover designed to help protect babies from potentially harmful insects and outdoor elements. It was introduced nearly two decades ago and is known around the world for comfort, convenience and safety. Life of a Southern Mom had the pleasure of working with Cozy Cover and reviewing one of their products. Visit the website here and read her full review. **Giveaway Details** Date: July 24th, 2014 – August 7th at 11:59PM EST Open to US residents only. Must be 18 years of age or…
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    Dad's Guide to Twins

  • How Do You Design a Nursery to Fit Both Babies?

    Joe
    1 Sep 2014 | 8:10 am
    This question is about a preparation that you need to make before your twins arrive. And that is, “How do you design a nursery to fit both of your babies?” Well the simplest way to have a nursery that fits both babies is to keep the room as simple as possible. You Don’t Need Two of Everything You of course as a parent will be bombarded by marketing messages and advertisements trying to convince you that you need a lot of baby care to care for your twins. And that’s not really the case. So let’s try to keep it simple. Get one dresser for clothes, or if you have a…
  • What if One Twin Needs More Attention than the Other?

    Joe
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:10 am
    Question: “Is there a concern if one of the babies needs more attention than the other or you end up holding one more than the other? Is it important to make sure to split time pretty evenly for development and bonding?” So this is a great question because as a parent of twins, your attentions will be divided more often than not. Both of your babies, both of your twins, will require attention and servicing throughout the day and it’s going to be difficult for you to take care of both of them at the same time. And so you may end up gravitating more toward one or the other.
  • Worried about the financial impact of twins?

    Joe
    27 Aug 2014 | 8:10 am
    Just this week, I’ve received a handful of emails from parents expecting twins like you. They say things like: “We are concerned with the financial impact of twins.” “Will I be able to afford it?” “I’m worried about the long-term financial and logistical aspects of having twins.” Do these sound familiar? They should. You likely have the same concerns. I know I did. One of the very first things that you think about after you find out you are having twins is “How am I going to pay for all this?” The answer to that question isn’t…
  • Unbalanced Attention, Twin Nursery, Stop Fighting – Podcast 68

    Joe
    22 Aug 2014 | 8:10 am
    Episode 68 of the Dad’s Guide to Twins Podcast Show Notes Listen as we discuss these questions: Is their a concern if one twin needs more attention than the other one? How do you design a nursery to fit both babies? How to stop twins from fighting Subscribe to the Podcast To subscribe to the podcast, please use the links below: iTunes (for your iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc.) Stitcher Subscribe via RSS (non-iTunes feed) Share Your Thoughts Please let me know what you think of this episode of the podcast, you can contact me with any questions or comments or leave a comment on the blog. If you…
  • Difference Between Parenting Twins and Just One Child

    Joe
    20 Aug 2014 | 8:10 am
    Today we’ve got a great question from the community of fathers of twins like you. The question is, “What can I expect to be new after twins are born that isn’t what I deal with having just one baby?” So this dad says that he’s helped to raise one child already, and now they’re expecting twins and wants to know in advance what is going to be different between twins and a singleton. It’s a very similar situation to what my wife and I had when our twins were born. When our girls were born, we already had two boys. So we had experienced singleton births…
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    How Do You Do It?

  • How do you do it? Parenting Link Up #38

    ldskatelyn
    1 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    Skip to this week’s links | Skip to featured posts | Skip to linkup rules Welcome to the How Do You Do It? parenting link up party. Here, you have an opportunity to share your posts with other parent bloggers and the followers of How Do You Do It? and What’s up Fagans?. How do you do it? is a community of mothers of multiples that believes in supporting each other, in sharing our experiences and questions, in friendship, and in encouragement. The link up is open to all of our readers, whether you have multiples or not, where you can share your wisdom, your favorite posts, your…
  • Toddler Thursday: The Cloak of Oblivion

    MandyE
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
    I published this post on my blog a little more than four years ago, when my girls were 16 months old…and I still think about it from time to time. I’ve reformed my ways to some degree…I haven’t had a soda in over a year and a half…but there are times I **really** wish I could slip a candy bar in the middle of the day.  I miss my cloak! As a mother, I feel it is a big part of my job to set a good example for my children…to make sure they stand up straight, are kind and courteous to others, respect the environment, eat a balanced diet, read, exercise…the list…
  • Parenting Link Up #37

    ldskatelyn
    25 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Skip to this week’s links | Skip to featured posts | Skip to linkup rules Welcome to the How Do You Do It? parenting link up party. Here, you have an opportunity to share your posts with other parent bloggers and the followers of How Do You Do It? and What’s up Fagans?. How do you do it? is a community of mothers of multiples that believes in supporting each other, in sharing our experiences and questions, in friendship, and in encouragement. The link up is open to all of our readers, whether you have multiples or not, where you can share your wisdom, your favorite posts, your…
  • Make-It Monday: Photo Birthday Cards for Relatives

    SarahP
    25 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Between my side of the family and my husband’s side of the family, we are heading right into big time birthday season. August thru December are birthday after birthday after birthday within our extended family. I made a goal to be better about remembering birthdays, so this is what I came up with to help me keep on top of it. The top and bottom got a little bit cropped off in the printing process, but I just went with it! Having three wee babes has demolished what little bit of perfectionism I had. Here’s how: 1. Take pictures of your smooshy, gooshy, pinchable cherubs that…
  • Thoughts on Working Part-time

    lunchldyd
    22 Aug 2014 | 8:32 pm
    School started two weeks ago, and I’m ready to reflect on getting back to work part-time. The first week was a little sketchy. I started getting random headaches, my eyes were irritated and red, and I was still pretty exhausted. I was worried that this part-time decision wasn’t going to help anything. But now that I have another week down, I’m feeling like I’m back in the groove. In fact, I’m extremely happy with my new schedule. I’m up and in the shower at about 6am, out the door by 6:45, twins dropped off at my mom’s around 7am, and at school by…
 
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    A Father of Twin Boys

  • Saturday Morning

    Father of Twins
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:33 am
    I remember when I was a kid, I loved Saturday morning. I would wake up early and run downstairs, fix breakfast and watch cartoons. Now, Saturday morning is a little different except, now the boys are picking cartoons. I am still waking up early, now my breakfast is coffee and fruit and the boys are right by my side. We sit on the sofa and laugh and watch cartoons. This is my Saturday morning now. And I love every minute of it and we are currently watching Wreck It Ralph.
  • Changes

    Father of Twins
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    I’m amazed everyday at the changes that I am seeing in my sons on a daily basis. From saying Please and Thank you on a more consistently basis to potty training to more social interaction. Holding a new born baby is awesome, there is no greater feeling. But being able to see these changes and being able to interact and have conversations with the boys is completely different. They are able to express themselves, their wants, their needs in words. They are able to do things for themselves, like getting dressed, getting things out of the fridge, etc. I have no words at how cool it is to…
  • School Transitions

    Father of Twins
    26 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    I’ve been asked lately by several friends how the boys were doing with their school transitions? To which I usually reply very simply, “How do you prepare a 3 year old for the unknown?” We have already started preparing the boys with letting them know that they are going to a new school soon. And we’ve arranged with the school for them to start visiting once a week for at least a half day. But how do you really prepare them for school transitions? I’ve had lengthy conversations with my mother who was an elementary school teacher for 44 years and she agrees that…
  • Poop On The Floor

    Father of Twins
    23 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    It is all fun and games until someone takes a poop on the floor. Yep, that happened today. We’ve been working on potty training big time and the boys, I have to say, have done a pretty good job. A few accidents, but they have been really minor. Today, Baby A said that he had to go upstairs to poop. Great, off we went. Get upstairs and within a minute, he is pooping. High fives and we are off back downstairs. Literally two minutes later, he is standing on the rug, clinching his little butt cheeks. I ask him what is wrong and he starts to get ready to cry.  It is then when I realize, he…
  • Change

    Father of Twins
    22 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    Change happens daily. It it just a basic part of life. Sometimes, change can be good. And sometimes, it rains. Last night, I had to make a difficult decision and inform our nanny that we were changing to a different daycare provider.   Our nanny has been there and taken care of our children from day 1. She has been a part of our family and our lives, but my wife and I made the decision that the boys needed something different as they prepare for school. Change can be used in so many forms, as a verb or a noun, but at the end of the day, no matter how you use the word, it still can be…
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