Twin Talk Blog

Since becoming a twin mom, I’ve had the opportunity to connect with many other twin moms, meeting many of them through Instagram! If you don’t already follow me on there, please do (@amberkuiper)! I’m much more consistent on there than my blog most weeks!

Anyway, I met Amber Massey when the girls were newborns, and her and I instantly connected. She’s a dietician and has a great blog where she shares all about her darling family as well as practical meals for the whole family, including toddler eats! Her twin girls, Parker and Jolie, are just a few months older than E & M, and I love watching all the great ideas she has for them, including every adorable outfit she has them in.

I’ve also gotten to know Meredith Haynes¬†who has toddler boy/girl twins, Jude and Sloane! She has a personal blog too which is full of all their adorable family adventures in parenthood!

When Amber and Meredith announced that they were starting a blog called Twin Talk Blog a few months ago, I knew it was going to be good. They wanted to provide a platform for twin moms to share our experiences and share about how fun it can be instead of how scary and overwhelming it can seem.

How gorgeous are these mommas?! (Meredith on left, Amber on right)Amber and Mer

If you are a twin-mom-to-be or a newish twin mom, please do yourself a favor and start following their blog! It is FULL of great resources from other moms who are going through the trenches with you.

Today I’m over there sharing about my experience with exclusively pumping for my twins. It seems that quite a few twin moms tend to take this route, so I’m sharing why it worked for our family along with tips that helped me make it manageable.

Check it out here: Exclusively Pumping For Twins

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  1. This is fantastic!! I have 6 month old girl twins. My best resource is my cousin, who has 10 month old girl twins. But having as much information as possible is so helpful. Frankly, there really needs to be a “day by day – do this” calendar out there! Thank you for the resources!

  2. I somehow missed this post but THANK YOU for the kind words about each of us and our blog. Means the world to me!

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