Look at those sweet faces! Don’t you just want to pinch all of them? Babies are tiny, adorable, drooling miracles, and having my two little ones is the best thing I’ve ever done. My son and daughter are just 14 months apart, and while I think there are definitely benefits to having them so close together, I have to admit that it hasn’t been easy. You endure a special kind of torture when you have two pregnancies back to back, and to be completely honest, I barely survived with my sanity intact.
Of course, the challenges that accompany having two children in such a short span of time do not end with the pregnancies. Sleep didn’t happen for a very long time, every day was a blur of feeding and diapering sessions, and lugging two tiny ones around town was almost impossible. (I’d like to take a moment here to thank the inventor of the double stroller!) So yes, it’s a lot of hard work, but I don’t regret any of it. My special angels have been worth every minute of the pain they’ve inflicted upon me. ☺
What I have always found fascinating is how people handle having twins or triplets (or even more–ouch!). I can’t imagine carrying more than one baby through a long and seriously uncomfortable pregnancy, nevermind trying to manage them once they’re born. That really takes a special kind of person!
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