When twins don’t want to play together – fostering the independence … More I Don’t Want to Play
Is there truth to the saying Double Trouble? … More Are Twins Naughtier Than Singletons?
Build Healthy Identities in your twins whilst maintaining your sanity. … More Top Tips for Identity Boosting in Twins
Riddle me this. If someone isn’t sure which twin is which, the chances are they’ll plug for calling “Pip”. The result: Pip believes the world knows her name, is rock solid in her belief that the world can tell who she is as an individual, and all is plain-sailing on the twin I-Have-My-Own-Identity agenda. … More Identity Crisis: When One Twin Thinks The World Doesn’t Know Her Name
Well with my twins, Pip and Bug. Identical twin girls. I’d hazard a guess things might a bit of a different story with with a different set of dynamics. And three better not be a crowd for them given that Pip & Bug sit alongside their big brother Boo. And whilst there’s no doubting … More Three’s Not a Crowd – When Trios Work Well With Twins
I wrote this article several years ago for the TAMBA magazine, it was originally published with the same photo (but in colour) that I took on a very happy trip to the beach with Boo, Pip and Bug. Without any shadow of modesty my identical twin girls are adorable, smiley and charming. Add in … More Twins Plus One
Parenting is tough stuff at the best of times. Throw in the added extras of ASD and twins and there’s a perfect combo for some impressive tough spots. But given parenting these three isn’t an option, it’s going to take some remarkable feats of patience and determination to get us through the next day, let … More Sisu: Keeping Going When the Going Gets Tough