Can I practice Attachment Parenting with twins?

Gina Osher, Parenting Coach & Blogger, shares advice for parents on practicing attachment parenting with twins and explains how having twins can make it much more difficult to execute
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Can I practice Attachment Parenting with twins?

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I think people definitely have a sense of how they want to parent when they are pregnant and they have all sorts of plans for how it's going to be. When the babies actually arrive and when you have two babies, a lot of those things have to go out the window. What I usually tell people is that if you have the idea that you want to co-sleep, or you want to do attachment parenting, or you plan to feed on demand, then it's great to try. But if it doesn't work, you have to be kind to yourself and make sure that you do what really works for your family. With twins, a lot of those things don't really work just because of the nature of having twins. When you have two babies, feeding on demand, for example, is really hard on the mom and it may be worth it to change your plan.

Gina Osher, Parenting Coach & Blogger, shares advice for parents on practicing attachment parenting with twins and explains how having twins can make it much more difficult to execute

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Gina Osher

Twin Mom & Blogger

Gina Osher, the daughter of world-wandering hippies, is a former holistic healer turned parenting coach and mother of boy/girl twins. She is also the author of the blog, The Twin Coach in which she offers advice, bares her soul, works though her imperfect parenting moments and continues on her journey to be a more joyful parent. Gina is dedicated to helping others find both a deeper understanding of themselves and a stronger connection to the children they love.

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