In the 17th episode of the Dad’s Guide to Twins podcast, I answer several listener questions about caring for and preparing for twins. Show Notes Listen to the podcast as I discuss answers to these questions (click links for transcript): What tips and advice do you have for taking care of twins by yourself? What […]
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In the 16th episode of the Dad’s Guide to Twins podcast, I answer several questions from expectant and current parents of twins. Show Notes Listen to the podcast as I discuss answers to these questions (click links for transcript): If you want to keep your twins’ gender a surprise until they are born, how does […]
Sleeping arrangements for twins require you to make some decisions. Can your twins sleep in the same crib? Can they sleep in the same room? Yes, they can. In the 13th episode of the Dad’s Guide to Twins podcast, I discuss how to handle sleeping arrangements for your twins and how those will change over […]
While it may feel like infant twins keep you stuck at home every day, the reality is that when you do go out in public, it is usually a noteworthy adventure. Any trip you take to the store, church, or park will merit superstar status. 1. Special Treatment Carrying twins around, one in each arm, […]
As the father of twins, your help will be needed when the babies come home from the hospital. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA in the United States) allows both the mother and father to use up to 12 weeks of leave for prenatal and post-pregnancy care. Your employer will likely have specific policies […]
There have been some aspects of raising twins that are par for the course and pretty similar to our experience in raising our singletons. However, there have been some surprising things about twins, as well. I have been surprised: By how many diapers we’d go through. It seems that they get used up as fast […]
When I first learned we were having twins, I was in shock. I stayed in that state of shock for at least several weeks. This shock was fueled by fears and questions of how I would successfully care for my family. One of my big concerns was how my new, bigger family would fit into […]