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Tales From A Twin Mom: 4 Things Mothers Of Multiples Need To Stop RIGHT NOW!

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Tales From A Twin Mom:
4 Things Mothers Of Multiples
Need To Stop RIGHT NOW!

 

It’s the beginning of a new year. Many take this opportunity to start fresh. We tell ourselves that we need to kick bad habits, and improve both ourselves and our ways. I’ve always been weary of this, but like every other person out there, I make my list and dive right in. What I have discovered is that the things that I put on my list-beyond the usual “healthy me, exercise more” fallacies are the ones that actually make it to the end of the year.

As mothers, we need to make an effort to stop doing at least one of these things. Why? It’s simple. If we continue doing these things we will poison our minds, and thus, ourselves. So what could possibly be on my list? Read and find out. When you’re done, let me know what I missed. I learn as much from all of you as you hopefully learn from me!

1. Stop Judging Other Parenting Methods

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This isn't a simple task, and I am the first to admit it. When I see a new mom doing something “wrong,” I have a very hard time not telling them. The truth is that there is no wrong way to do things (unless it's dangerous to the child or parents of course). Case in point: Breastfeeding vs Bottle feeding. You do what works for you and your family. Stop asking other mothers why they choose to do either. If their method is working, and they're not complaining or asking for your feedback then just move on! I have four children and out of the four only one was breastfed-I dare you to point out which one it was...

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