Twins While Finishing College, Toddler Reactions, 3rd C-Section – Podcast Episode 54

Joe Rawlinson by Joe Rawlinson - February 27, 2014

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Episode 54 of the Dad’s Guide to Twins Podcast Show Notes

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2 thoughts on “Twins While Finishing College, Toddler Reactions, 3rd C-Section – Podcast Episode 54”

  1. Hi there! My name is Amanda Knauer and I am writing my own blog about twins (amandaknauer.wordpress.com). I am an identical twin and a junior in college. I found this podcast particularly interesting. Being so involved at school, I couldn’t imagine the stress of taking care of twins and finishing up school. I know my finals week is crazy as it is, on top of trying to adjust to the huge change of bringing two babies home. I thought your three suggestions were accurate. The second half of your podcast was interesting too. When my parents brought me home, I had a two-year old brother. I know my parents were worried that my brother may feel left out or jealous. He was actually a great sport about it. He warmed right up to us, offered to help and constantly wanted to be around his baby sisters. We loved it! My parents say he always made us laugh even as small babies. I can see how it could go the other way, however, and the toddler could feel replaced and abandoned. That would be tricky for parents. Thanks for the podcast! I had fun listening.

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