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You’re about to embark on the preschool years with your twins, triplets or more. Not sure what to expect? We’re here to help.
Having more than one can make getting a routine and good sleep patterns more challenging. We provide guidance and tips on how to help your children (and you!) get a good night’s sleep.
Multiples are born with a deep bond that can be a lifelong source of strength and mutual affection. This bond makes twins, triplets and more unique, and it is an important part of each child’s identity.
Multiples are often born with a deep bond that can be a lifelong source of strength. This bond between twins, triplets and more is unique, and it is an important part of each child’s identity.
You will quickly see that there are areas of your home which you will look at in an entirely different way now that you have children
All children develop according to their individual strengths and it may be different to a fellow twin or triplet.
As parents you may need to look at what you're expecting and make sure it is realistic for their age and stage of development.
How can you find a preschool that meets your children’s individual needs? What questions should you ask, and what should you keep an eye out for?
Getting out of the house helps to entertain the children, breaks up the day and is good for everyone’s mood. We have tips for managing.
It’s important to offer reassurance to your older children that they are loved and cared for, even though the babies are getting lots of attention and keeping you busy.
Your toddlers are emerging into a different stage of play. As their physical movements increase they want to explore.