By: Cheryl Maguire I had been holed up in my house for three months like an apocalypse survivor, scared to venture into the world. Giving birth to twins will have that effect on you. My fear of leaving the house was mostly centered on the increased odds of at least one of them letting out … More Double Take: A Twin Story
By: Cheryl Maguire The phone rang. It was difficult to hear it due to the incessant crying from my newborn twin babies. The blue and pink bassinets vibrated, emitting soothing music, but I only heard screaming. Why did they refuse to sleep? I fed them, changed their diapers, sang to them, but they were still … More How A Mom Mentor Helped Me
By: Cheryl Maguire
“You’re blood pressure is slightly elevated. We are going to move the c-section up to today. Are you prepared?” the doctor asks.
“You bet. Get these twin babies out of me already,” I respond. … More Are you ready? My Delivery Dilemma
By: Cheryl Maguire After a major decluttering of the house (see post), I found this gem of a picture my son drew in first grade. Here’s the story related to it: In first grade at my children’s school, they celebrate the 100th day as if it were a momentous occasion. In some respects … More 100 Years Old
By: Cheryl Maguire I’m a mom to twins. Usually, this admission elicits a myriad of questions. Who was born first? Are they identical? How do you manage? People are fascinated by twins, especially twin babies. I couldn’t even go to the grocery store without strangers approaching me to get a closer look at “the … More Top 10 Reasons Why I Love Being a Mom of Twins