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MOST: Helping Multiple Birth Families… Every Step of the Way
Every year there are hundreds of families that need MOST’s help. Our programs ensure these families have accurate information about their high-risk pregnancy, that they have the tools and support to manage those logistically complex infant and toddler years, and that they know that they have a [...]
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Elaine Farber is our guest contributor this week joining us with tips in finding and interviewing a pediatrician. Elaine is a Newborn/ Specialist/ Consultant and author of Baby Lists: What to Do and What to Get to Prepare for Baby. This can help to pick a pediatrician or other health care provider. Links to more resources [...]
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This article by Susanne Budofsky a mother of triplets, is an except from a work-in-progress book on raising higher-order multiples and offers an adorable and funny look into life with toddler multiples.
If you are one of those people who need to have order in your life and in your house, I’m sorry to be the one [...]
Thinking about having another baby? Or did you just find out you are pregnant again while raising your multiples? This article created by several MOST members and board members outlines some of the questions and considerations parents may want to think about if they are considering having another baby following the birth of their multiples.
A story about life as a multiple by 15-year-old Jordan Quinn Morris, a surviving quintuplet with sisters: Mallory, Kasey and Holly. Her brother Evan Quinton Morris passed away when he was only 17-days-old.
The post below is a follow-up story about a special MOST father who recently ran an ultra marathon to help support MOST, written by his wonderful wife Jane Sullivan. Happy Father’s Day to Jonathan and all fathers of multiples!
My husband’s feet have just about healed from running the 31.7 miles in the Just Another Maddog Ultra [...]
by Christal Brown, an elementary school teacher and mother of triplets plus two older children, and Eileen Raff, middle school teacher and mother of triplets plus one older child. Together they share some great advice on ways to keep children actively engaged in learning throughout the summer months.
PRESCHOOL & ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PERSPECTIVE
By: Christal Brown
Article compiled by MOST (Mothers of Supertwins) discusses the different considerations and aspects of classroom placement of multiples including advantages and disadvantages of placement together or separately, timing, the individual development of each child, school policies and state laws, and much more.
This article is by Rachel Schirano, a mother of triplets who breastfed for over a year. Her top 10 tips for successfully breastfeeding multiples includes advice on how to increase milk supply, what equipment to look for, and how to manage a feeding schedule.
Whether or not a new mom provides breast milk for her newborns is a very [...]
Growing up my mom, like so many other moms, would put herself at the bottom of the list when it came to buying herself necessities. I remember her purchasing sneakers at the grocery store and being embarrassed that she would buy them there instead of a shoe store like everyone else. (Or so I thought). [...]
Like many of you, our blog 4tunate originated as a efficient way to communicate with our family and friends after being shocked to the core with news that we were expecting multiples. It saved us from making ten’s of phone calls each time we visited our perinatologist or had an updated prayer request. I was [...]
Danielle Dorsey and Michael O’Brien of New York welcomed identical triplet girls Emma, Julia and Sophia
Troy and Heather Elmore, along with big sister 4-year-old Brooke, of Texas welcomed triplets Reagan, Paige and Kara
Karen and Hugo Estrada of Texas welcomed triplet boys Robert, Brian and Anthony
Stephanie and Justin Lacombe of Texas welcomed triplets Emma, Noah and [...]