Twin Life

Life With Twins – Nine Years Later

If you would have asked me how life with twins would look nine and a half years ago I quite possibly would have broken down into a pool of tears. The feeling of reality pummeling me in the gut, wrenching my comfortable existence, instantly changing life with one child to three overnight. However, I found [...]

Even Steven Fair and Square

Growing up everything was literally an "even Steven" sort of situation. The oldest of three children, the middle grandchild on my mother's side, both my maternal grandmother and my mother were obsessed with making everything equal. If you want to know about equality these two ladies have the market cornered for equality amongst children. Everything [...]

The Practice of Parenting

When The Chad and I married I knew I wanted to have his children. Hell bent on exactly two children, one boy, one girl. My plan was flawless, as was my ideal for parenting these prophetical children. I made egregious assumptions on how I planned to parent my children, based on how I was parented [...]

Surviving Twins The First Year

I was talking with my friend Joie the other day and I couldn't help be taken back to the last seven years of my life. Tripping over those years of nostalgia I pondered where the time went. Today as I look over and I see two individuals, different yet similar, completely independent yet reliant on [...]

I Prayed to Become a Mom

Prayer is a powerful tool, Amen. While I was dressing today, I realized how prayer has really transformed many of my life events. My most recent prayer was to escape the confines of my ever oppressive boss....and then I was fired.  Prayer answered. Needless to say God has a way of keeping us on our [...]

Our current economic atmosphere has evolved a new breed of a stay at home parent. Formerly mothers were the primary care givers in the home and the most likely proponent to attend PTO meetings, running the kids to sports activities, and doing the household upkeep. Homes used to be comprised of a working father and [...]

A Two and A Three

Time flies is a cliche at her finest. I am no fan of cliches, I think they are overused, lack substance, and well they are easy to use when you have nothing intelligent to say. But in the case of my children, time cannot stand still. Blogging I care not much for these days because [...]

Twin Family Vacation

Have you ever heard the phrase, "Your life changes when you have kids?"  Well DUH Sherlock! Have you ever heard the phrase, "You must (or sure do) have your hands full?" Yes, like all the time from people about my life as a mother of twins. I knew I had my hands full when I [...]

And then there were two

Hard to believe just two years ago I was ever so thankful to the higher powers that be that I went into labor THE DAY after Valentine's. While still a blessing to deliver two sweethearts on the sweetest day of the year I wouldn't want these two to be screwed eternally. Like being born on [...]

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