- What it’s like to be a sibling of twins
- Competition between twins or siblings: how to help them solve their problems
- Articles about multiple births published in The New York
- One blueprint, two souls. How do you become your own person when there is someone else—your twin—who is exactly the same?
- Twinspiration for Twinparents
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The development of twin children usually differs from that of singletons, due to the situation in which twins grow up. A search on the internet will easily lead us to information about competition, dominance, comparison between twins, or the … Continue reading
Competition between twins or siblings can be hard to prevent. But maybe you can try to support your children by helping them deal with conflict situations. Here’s what you can do: Try to help your children to solve problems … Continue reading
A free collection of articles about multiple births published in The New York Times! http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/health/diseasesconditionsandhealthtopics/multiple_births/index.html
One blueprint, two souls. How do you become your own person when there is someone else—your twin—who is exactly the same?
Abigail Pogrebin is a mother, a New Yorker, a writer, a daughter, and a wife, but the role that has most defined her, she knows, is that of identical twin. In One and the Same, she weaves her quest to understand how … Continue reading
Twinspiration for Twinparents will be published later this year. I am still looking for great twin pictures for my e-book. Please send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org More information about my book will be posted on this website.
Here’s the newsletter of the International Council of Multiple Birth Organisations. ICOMBO Newsletter Jan 2013
This upcoming week is International Multiple Birth Awareness Week! Wherever you live in the world, some of the issues of raising multiples are the same. How do we foster the unique bond between our multiple birth children while at the same … Continue reading
In many primary schools in the Netherlands twins are being placed in separate classrooms. Most schools have written or unwritten rules that mandate this because teachers think that this is in the best interest of the children. However, recent studies … Continue reading
Luckily, most twins are born healthy. But in some situations twin foetuses develop differently. A familiar example of differently developing twins is so called Conjoined twins (Siamese twins). Conjoined twins are twins with connected bodies, varying from a small piece … Continue reading