Daily Archives: February 15, 2013


Birth Stories

On our Facebook group, we recently put together a file with our favorite birth stories online! Here are a few of the highlights for you to enjoy! Christy’s birth story (twins, VBAC, homebirth, nuchal cord, PPH): http://thinkingsoutherner.blogspot.com/2007/07/my-twin-vbachbac-birth-story_18.html Olivia’s birth story (surprise twins, VBAC, car birth, cord prolapse): http://blog.ican-online.org/2012/04/12/olivias-birth-story-a-whole-lot-of-surprises/ Melissa’s birth […]


Research & Studies

Most of us are interested in Naturally Parenting Twins because we find that there is inherent wisdom in the “natural” way of doing things (however we define that), even as we are thankful for those times that medical intervention is available when warranted. Frequently, our providers, not recognizing how much […]

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Teething Twins = Sore Nipples X TWO!

At eight months old, our twin breastfeeding journey had been relatively uncomplicated.  I had dealt with awkward latch issues in the early weeks, and some minor nipple soreness during that time.  I had survived a few plugged ducts using tips from Dr. Sears’s The Breastfeeding Book (http://www.amazon.com/Breastfeeding-Book-Everything-Nursing-Through/dp/0316779245/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1201970704&sr=8-1) and La Leche […]


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Attachment Parenting with Twins / Multiples 1

Many moms, familiar with attachment parenting, begin their pregnancy filled with wonder and anticipation about the new little person they’ll soon meet.  Then, at some point, they discover they’re expecting twins.  Perhaps a little shaken, maybe nervous, they begin to wonder how they’ll implement a parenting approach that requires such […]