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Seriously- what makes you proud to be a twin mom?
I recently asked you guys that question on Facebook and I received an overwhelming amount of responses.
I think it is a pretty deep question. What really makes you proud, right in this moment, to be a twin mom?
You had to stop and think for a minute huh?
Or you’re new to this twin thing. Maybe you just found out you’re pregnant with twins or in the early days with newborns and you’re struggling.
Struggling to hold on. Maybe you’re wondering WHY you of all people are a twin mom.
Well, I hope these answers help you find peace and make you proud to be a twin mom like they’ve made me.
What Makes you Proud to be a Twin Mom?
“I always think about how some people say “oh I could never have twins” when they look at me and my boys. And it’s true, I really believe God chooses certain mommas to have twins and it’s really shown me an immense amount of patience, grace and courage. I don’t know if I would feel that way if I only had one baby. Having twins makes me feel that sometimes the impossible really is possible!”
“Finding out the amount of strength I truly do have and realizing how much love my heart is really capable of”
“When I look at my boys and see/know that my body was capable of creating these perfect beautiful, naughty little humans! 🥰”
“It’s hard!!! But they are both amazing. And they love each other. The bond is amazing to watch! And they need me. Not just because I’m their mom but because they prefer me. No matter how little it may be, the progress they make is because of me. I’m in awe of them. I adore my single babies more then anything but having twins is AWESOME!!!!!”
“When I look at my babies and see how strong smart and awesome they are. They were preemies in Nicu for 3 weeks and now they’re big and strong 💪🏾.“
What Makes you Proud to be a Twin Mom?
“As mine cannot talk yet to thank me for a lovely day doing this or that or say ‘I love you too’, so the affirmations from others helps me recognize that I am doing ok. Here’s to us ladies”
“That i survived taking care both of them, at the same time do household chores and work in the hospital. Thanks God I’m a nurse, i can do multitasking.”
“That I’m doing this! Through colic, through postpartum, feeling like I’m not gonna make it some days but I’m still doing it and all three of my boys are happy as can be! I’m damn proud of myself!!!!”
“Realizing how strong I am raising these babies especially with the amount of love & patience for them.”
“Just the fact that im surviving”
“When you take them for a wellness exam and the pediatrician tells you they are doing great and then looks at you and says good job!!!”
“The fact that it was so incredibly hard and I did it!”
“They are the oldest out of 4 (14)and they are the most amazing young men I’ve ever known! Great big brothers, athletes, students, grandsons with big hearts and compassion towards others! They were my easy boys! 🤣🤪always my babies 💙💙”
“Double the smiles, double the laughs, so proud to have carried these perfect tiny human little men to full term!”
“How amazing they both are, separately with their own unique personalities. Their incredible bond. And how we’re all still here, and everyone still has clothes on and is fed regularly. “
”The fact that I carried 2 sets in 18 months and survived having 4 babies under 2″
“Boys are 3 weeks old and to know that I was chosen to be their mom!”
“When i can feed one baby and burp the other at the same time i feel like a super hero”
“That I’m making it through every day.”
“Watching them grow and learn and that I am not only surviving but rocking it!”
“The fact you never know how strong you are until you are carrying twins.”
Why am I proud to be a twin mom?
I am proud to be a twin mom because not only have they taught me how strong I can truly be, but they’ve helped be build relationships I would have never had otherwise.
They have truly made me who I was meant to be and I cannot thank the world enough for choosing me to be a twin mom.