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VOTD: This cheeky twins will not stay in bed!


Even the most prepared and experienced parent may not know exactly how to raise twins!

OMG poor parent. And they are still small. I can’t imagine them like teens!

Just leave the twins till they tire themselves out!

This is hilarious! They are have having a blast!

Twins are always up to some kind of mischief not because they are bad kids in nature but  because they have a constant partner in crime. As cute as they might be, it’s double trouble!

Without doubt, the toddler years with your twins, triplets, or more will be full of laughter and amazement, not to mention CEO-level management. It is a time during which you will see clear evidence of the bond that has been forming between your children since the moment they were conceived. There are also many common challenges parents encounter while raising multiple toddlers. The bottom line is that these little people, while only two or three years old, are thoroughly convinced they rule the roost.

As Clair Adams Sullivan said, “Our children are here to stay, but our babies and toddlers and preschoolers are gone as fast as they can grow up and we only have a short moment with each. Twins are an experience unlike any other, and you are lucky to have the chance to try your hand at this insanely complicated parenting challenge. Embrace the craziness, and be good to yourselves. It really does get better. Someday… as they always say.

Honestly I don’t see a problem with this LOL  , Maybe waste some of that energy during the day so they’re not as hyper during the night but forcing a child to sleep when they have a lot of energy is almost a crime. I just know what I was like as a child!

Time to get rid of the cribs, time for big boy beds now!



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