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Fighting the Urge to Compare

Comparing Ourselves to Others

Being a mom of twins, I walked into motherhood knowing comparisons would probably happen. I also knew it was something I had to do my best to stray away from. I have officially learned how difficult it is not to compare your children and not to compare yourself to other moms – even when you try desperately not to. Every single day, I make comparisons and every single day, I try to stop myself. This has become an ongoing battle and simply knowing other people genuinely fight this same battle makes it a little bit easier of a pill to swallow.

However, it still leaves me feeling like one heck of a guilty mom.

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Secrets to Surviving a Dinner Out with Twins

Twins out to a Restaurant

I have learned that being a mom never gets easier and the experiences never get less fascinating. No matter where you go or what you do, new and interesting moments occur because that’s simply how motherhood works. I have also learned that motherhood brings forward both moments of frustration and fun – often combined together.

I recently experienced both of these emotions at a restaurant – yes, a restaurant.

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Twin Mama Mayhem: Part 2 – Attention Sharing

Twins

Even before the girls were born, people asked me about how I would handle favoritism and the sharing of attention between my twins. For parents who have more than one child, this concept can come up in conversation often. At first, I was nervous. Would I have a favorite? Would I not be able to show my babies equal attention? Would it be harder than I thought it would be?

Well, of course it would be hard – that’s just motherhood in a nutshell.

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Twin Mama Mayhem: Part 1 - Sticking to Schedule

Twins

I was told during my pregnancy that being a mom of twins would be different than being a mom of a singleton. At first, I really didn’t know what that meant because this was my first time stepping foot into motherhood. I didn’t know what to expect and all I knew was what I was experiencing. Of course, it wasn’t easy. However, it was all I knew.

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