Buying Two Of Something For Twins, Doesn’t Necessarily Solve The Problem! (Short Vid Showing Why.)
We are 1 yr & 1 week old…WOW!
It’s mine, so don’t even try to play with it!
Since I have sick babies today who are ornery beyond words, I have very little time, so I’ll make today’s post brief. We have discussed the serious side of twins…do they really need two of everything?
A lot of times no, but when you have two babies fighting for a toy on a daily basis, like mine were over the Baby Einstein take along tunes, it’s worth the $9 to keep the peace in the household…HOWEVER, it does not always solve the problem. Especially if one of your twins is a bully to the other.
Yes, sadly I have one twin who just is super head strong, likes to have all of the power, and make her poor sister cry, and come running for mommy. I feel really bad for her, I do, plus sad in general as I expected at this point in the game they’d be playing nice and be best buds, but it certainly isn’t that way 99.9% of the time.
I remember thinking, ‘Well, twins will be tough, but at least they’ll have each other so I don’t have to be the exhausted main source of entertainment when they get to 9 or 10 months or so.’ HA..I say, as two babies come at me, fighting for the primo spot on ‘ol mom’s lap, pushing each other out of the way. Not quite what I expected, at this point.
Here is a sad example of how sometimes two of something just isn’t good enough. If Annie could grow a third hand then even 3 of something, wouldn’t be good enough. Check out the shot video clip below to see what I mean.
Breaks my heart . Any hope here, twin mommies? My boys were nearly Irish twins, and were pals from the get go. I don’t really know how to deal with this situation, if I even can at such a young age. I just sheild Allie as much as possible, and hope for the best!