Twins

If you would like Jo to help with your twins - click here

Well! Congratulations on the arrival of your babies!! Although there will be challenging times ahead it is magical having two babies smiling and chatting to each other and you!

I know at the moment you probably feel that you will never get dressed or go out again but I am going to share a few of my secrets with you and make it all less of a worry.

Firstly a routine is going to be a sanity saver for you. This way your babies will be sleeping and feeding at the same time and then you can have some time in between for you! (and siblings/partner)

Using my book you can put your babies onto a routine straight away, it is based on their natural feeding patterns so you aren’t pushing them into one and as they put on weight you can move this along.

Top Tips for Twins

  • Keep a log of each babies feeding and sleeping patterns + dirty nappies - this way you can see your babies progress and also if they are unhappy you can work out why-whether it’s constipation, hunger or tiredness.
  • In the early weeks your babies will be very sleepy, wake them in the daytime for feeds otherwise they won’t get the nutrition they need to put on weight. You can also wake them in the night if they are under 6lbs.
  • You can breastfeed twins but will need help with latching on. It may help for the babies to take turns each feed. This way you can concentrate on one baby at a time. The other baby can have expressed milk from a bottle.
  • Swaddle your twins until they at least 3 months old for girls and four months old for boys. They will then sleep longer and fuss less. Use a lightweight breathable material like cotton or muslin.
  • Put your babies together to sleep they have been together before they were born so extend that bond they have, they will settle more easily if they are together and won’t wake each other up.

"I am not sure what I would have done if Jo hadn’t arrived with a smile her book and amazing knowledge on twins. She has taught us so much, how to feed them together, get them sleeping at the same time and how to juggle the day with my two boys! They are amazing sleepers and are so happy. Coincidence? I don’t think so! It is all down to Jo and her calming teachings." Julie, Mum to Ben and Joshua

Money Saving Ideas for Twin Parents

  • Use supermarket nappies in the day and more expensive absorbent ones for nighttime.
  • Borrow things from friends.
  • Use water and cotton wool for nappy changing and olive oil for dirty nappies and massaging for the first month.
  • Join a twins club this will provide equipment and clothes from other twin mums and also a support network.
  • Join Tamba.org.uk as they offer discounts on many things like Clarke's shoes.
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   Twins

If you would like Jo to help with your twins - click here

Well! Congratulations on the arrival of your babies!! Although there will be challenging times ahead it is magical having two babies smiling and chatting to each other and you!

I know at the moment you probably feel that you will never get dressed or go out again but I am going to share a few of my secrets with you and make it all less of a worry.

Firstly a routine is going to be a sanity saver for you. This way your babies will be sleeping and feeding at the same time and then you can have some time in between for you! (and siblings/partner)

Using my book you can put your babies onto a routine straight away, it is based on their natural feeding patterns so you aren’t pushing them into one and as they put on weight you can move this along.

Top Tips for Twins

  • Keep a log of each babies feeding and sleeping patterns + dirty nappies - this way you can see your babies progress and also if they are unhappy you can work out why-whether it’s constipation, hunger or tiredness.
  • In the early weeks your babies will be very sleepy, wake them in the daytime for feeds otherwise they won’t get the nutrition they need to put on weight. You can also wake them in the night if they are under 6lbs.
  • You can breastfeed twins but will need help with latching on. It may help for the babies to take turns each feed. This way you can concentrate on one baby at a time. The other baby can have expressed milk from a bottle.
  • Swaddle your twins until they at least 3 months old for girls and four months old for boys. They will then sleep longer and fuss less. Use a lightweight breathable material like cotton or muslin.
  • Put your babies together to sleep they have been together before they were born so extend that bond they have, they will settle more easily if they are together and won’t wake each other up.

"I am not sure what I would have done if Jo hadn’t arrived with a smile her book and amazing knowledge on twins. She has taught us so much, how to feed them together, get them sleeping at the same time and how to juggle the day with my two boys! They are amazing sleepers and are so happy. Coincidence? I don’t think so! It is all down to Jo and her calming teachings." Julie, Mum to Ben and Joshua

Money Saving Ideas for Twin Parents

  • Use supermarket nappies in the day and more expensive absorbent ones for nighttime.
  • Borrow things from friends.
  • Use water and cotton wool for nappy changing and olive oil for dirty nappies and massaging for the first month.
  • Join a twins club this will provide equipment and clothes from other twin mums and also a support network.
  • Join Tamba.org.uk as they offer discounts on many things like Clarke's shoes.

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