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Hi, I’m Holley and I am Mummy to 4 week old boys! 
The last 4 weeks has been a rollercoaster of emotions and one big blur. My boys spent the first 2 weeks of their life in Neonatal Care but are now doing fantastically. 
No one prepared me on how hard twin life would be, but I wouldn’t change it for the world. 
I am from Romsey in Hampshire and would love to speak to other Mummies/Mummies to be in the area! X 

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On 7/1/2021 at 4:22 PM, Holley94 said:

Hi, I’m Holley and I am Mummy to 4 week old boys! 
The last 4 weeks has been a rollercoaster of emotions and one big blur. My boys spent the first 2 weeks of their life in Neonatal Care but are now doing fantastically. 
No one prepared me on how hard twin life would be, but I wouldn’t change it for the world. 
I am from Romsey in Hampshire and would love to speak to other Mummies/Mummies to be in the area! X 

Hi Holley and welcome to Twin Club! 😀

Firstly congratulations on the birth of your boys and amazing news that they are back home and healthy!

You are right - twin life is super hard. My twins are a bit older now (2 years) but I remember how hard the early days were. The first 3 months were honestly such a blur.

How are you finding the nights so far?

Dad to three girls - aged 6 going on 16, and identical twins aged 2 😊

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Hi James,

Thank you 🙂 

I bet the last 2 years has flown by, all I’ve been told is cherish every moment as they are only this age and size once! 

Nights are hard, but bearable. Waking up to their little faces makes it all so worth it.  

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On 7/1/2021 at 4:22 PM, Holley94 said:

Hi, I’m Holley and I am Mummy to 4 week old boys! 
The last 4 weeks has been a rollercoaster of emotions and one big blur. My boys spent the first 2 weeks of their life in Neonatal Care but are now doing fantastically. 
No one prepared me on how hard twin life would be, but I wouldn’t change it for the world. 
I am from Romsey in Hampshire and would love to speak to other Mummies/Mummies to be in the area! X 

Hello Holley !! Welcome to the site!!

Oooh wow ...I remember the early days, so hard but so rewarding !! Being a twin mum is like nothing I've ever had to do, and you are right no one prepares you!! 

Mine are now 2 and although it's starting to show signs of getting a bit easier , the challenges are different!

What are your boys called? 

Issy xx

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On 7/3/2021 at 9:29 PM, Holley94 said:

Hi James,

Thank you 🙂 

I bet the last 2 years has flown by, all I’ve been told is cherish every moment as they are only this age and size once! 

Nights are hard, but bearable. Waking up to their little faces makes it all so worth it.  

Yes the last two years have definitely flown by! Two year olds have their own challenges but they're definitely so much easier than those first few months! Once they start sleeping properly it makes a big difference!

I guess you've been able to get plenty of help from friends/family now that restrictions are lifting? I can't imagine how hard it must have been for people with newborn twins during the first few months of lockdown when you weren't allowed to see anyone. It was bad enough for us and ours were 1 at that time.

Dad to three girls - aged 6 going on 16, and identical twins aged 2 😊

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