Welcome to Twins Trust’s community forum. Our community is here for you to chat with each other, support each other and signpost to relevant information.  At Twins Trust we understand how difficult and rewarding parenting twins, triplets and more can be.  We hope that our community forum will help you feel supported and informed.  It is a safe space to chat, share experiences and support each other.

Our community forum is open to anyone over the age of 18 who is a parent/carer or grandparent of twins, triplets or more. If you are under 18 you can find support at Lullaby Trust here.

To ensure everybody feels welcome, supported and safe, please take time to read through the community forum guidelines.  By using the community forum you are agreeing to the guidelines below.

When you are ready, you can get back to our community forum homepage below.

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When using the community forum, we ask you to do the following:

  • Be supportive and treat others in the way you’d like to be treated.
  • Respect each other’s privacy and keep conversations within the community forum.
  • Be sensitive to how others may be feeling, people using the community forum may be going through a particularly challenging or difficult time.
  • Tell a moderator if anything makes you feel uncomfortable or worried. We ask you to do this privately rather than posting publicly. You can report a post by pressing the ‘report’ button and we will receive a notification. If you want to contact us directly please email [email protected]
  • Have a look at the individual group guidelines before posting so you know what to expect and what is OK to post there.
  • Look after yourself. Writing about your experience or reading people’s thoughts can sometimes bring up unexpected emotions. If you need to take a break or step away from the community forum, or a particular group, please do. Mind has some good information about looking after yourself online here.
  • We advise that you do not share personal details (e.g. address or phone numbers) in the community or via private messaging.
  • Make your posts as easy to read as possible –try to avoid too many capitals or too much text speak/abbreviations.
  • Remember that it is easy to misunderstand tone and meaning online – If you feel upset or angry about a post, take a break before replying. If after a break you still feel that the post is upsetting, please report it to a moderator.

To read our Community Forum policy, please click here.