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A Poll For You

Raising kids is tough work. It's never easy, but there are easier stages than others. I remember with Jack, once he started solids at 6 months and was sitting up, life became immensely better. And then at 8 months when he started crawling...ahh :) And then 10, 11 and 12 was good. And really, since then...SO much easier!

I'm trying to keep that perspective with the twins. So tell me, what age did you feel like your load lightened a bit and things got "easier"?

There is a poll over on the right side of my blog, so go for it! :)


  1. I voted six months in the poll. You already have a son so you know more than me, but my twins are almost 8 months and it has been the last two months that are the easiest- I just know them now. We are still not great at scheduled, coordinated naps (which i know you want!) but I can sense their needs now and day-to-day is getting easier as they now interact and play together already. I feel so much more comfortable now. Of course, I don't also have a toddler... I am impressed and in awe of you! Keep it up!

  2. once they were sleeping through the night, i did not find the 1st year too difficult. once they were walking and particularly now--nearing 2--is the HARDEST!! i know that is not encouraging & i still adore them & adore being a twin mama but the toddler stage (esp. w/ twin boys!) is HARD!!


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