Separate bedrooms: twins missing each other during the night

After sharing a bedroom for the first years of their lives, there will be a time for most twins to get their own bedroom. Maybe it’s the preference of the children, or maybe the parents feel like it’s the right moment. Most twins get their own bedroom around the age of 6 when they have become less dependent on each other.

My twin girls got separate bedrooms when they turned 6. They enjoy sleeping undisturbedly, and so do we! But every now and again Lora sneaks into her old bed room to sleep close to her twin sister Lois

Lora and Lois sleeping together

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2 Responses to Separate bedrooms: twins missing each other during the night

  1. Mona says:

    Hi. I love your blog! My twins are now 2 years and 3 months and they have separate bedrooms. They shared the first year but dont seem to mind being apart ( the rooms are besides eachother). I have a boy and a girl. I feel they sleep better and dont disturb eachother som much :)

  2. suzanne says:

    Hi Mona, good to hear that your twins are doing fine being separated that young. Maybe separating twins at an early age can make it a lot easier for the children to accept this.

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