Life with multiples usually gets easier after the first year. While the children grapple with everything from using potties to making friends, the challenge for parents is to manage behaviour, support the children’s growth as individuals, and find time for their own needs.
However demanding these years may sometimes be, there is a lot of fun to be had. Ensure you access support – whether at twins club or through Tamba’s services – so you get the most out of these special years too.
- Family Life
Balancing your children’s needs as a group and as individuals can be tricky. Here are a few pointers, plus tips on safety with multiples and helping older siblings
Being multiples gives your children a special identity, but it’s important they also develop as individuals so they don’t encounter problems later in life. Here’s a few pointers on how to strike a balance
– It can be hard to avoid comparing multiples, especially if they reach milestones at different times or one has special needs. Click here for more on handling difference in twins or more
Most young children go through tantrums, and many parents will have to deal with fighting and biting too at some point. But what do you do when two or more act up at the same time? Click here for more on discipline and multiples
Multiples often have a slight language delay that usually sorts itself out later on. Click here to find out how twins or more learn communication, and what you can do to help
- Pre Schools
How can you find a preschool that meets your children’s individual needs? What questions should you ask, and what should you keep an eye out for? Click here to read Tamba’s tips for a smooth transition to nursery