God it's so hard sometimes!

(20 Posts)
HelKat207 Wed 05-Jun-13 14:45:51

My twin boys will be four in August, i'd like to say it got easier as they got older but the difficult phases just changed into other difficult phases! They fight/wrestle/kick/pinch eachother, yet when i try to keep them apart they simply say i'm horrible and that they love/want eachother. No matter what i do i feel like i can't win :-/

ladythatlunches Wed 05-Jun-13 08:51:56

I just can't keep my eyes on all 3.

The twins aren't walking yet but if we go out they want to get out and crawl and my toddler wants to run off.

We went out at weekend setoup camp for a picnic.. well it was a nightmare they were off in different directions the toddler was off as well. It was hell. I couldn't sit down nothing. Don't want to go out ever again.

cathpip Wed 05-Jun-13 08:12:26

It does get easier, I get on really well with my twin sister, but then we are 37 smile. Sorry not helpful, mum did say that we got easier and played better once we went to school if that helps.....

superbagpuss Wed 05-Jun-13 07:57:11

it gets different.

does anyone else find that taking out one at a time is really easy?

ClairesTravellingCircus Wed 05-Jun-13 07:46:53

I'm with you lady

Mine are 16 months and while sleep is a little better, the logistics of going anywhere often put me off.
I tend to keep outings short as They often want to walk now and I can't handle them.

Even in the garden I often have them causing mischief in opposite directions!grin

ladythatlunches Tue 04-Jun-13 20:45:52

Mine are.18 months and they are good babies it's the going anywhere that is hard.. also have 2.4yr old toddler it's a nightmare and we are officially hermits.

Please tell me it gets easier or at least lie. Im finding it harder (getting out) than when they were newborn

OneToThree Mon 03-Jun-13 13:49:08

My dtd can do a lot actually like get dressed, brush hair etc. My older ds who's 6 would still let me get him dressed for school, lazy little monkey.

I'll keep my fingers crossed for you Polly.

PollyPlummer Mon 03-Jun-13 13:19:19

Ooooh we have mine do it, then they kick off because they cant - which is my fault obviously.
My 2 will be 3 in July. I think ....<< looks around and whispers >> I think we are coming out of a pull your hair out hard stage, in to a this is actually easier than before stage. Don't want to jinx anything - hence the whispering wink

ThisIsYourSong Mon 03-Jun-13 13:04:11

Mine are 3.7 and they won't do a bloody thing for themselves even though they are capable. It's just too much hard work. I'd do anything for a bit of 'mine do it'!! smile

Yes it gets lots easier at 3 grin

OneToThree Mon 03-Jun-13 12:34:34

Sounds like heaven!

GoofyIsACow Mon 03-Jun-13 11:52:48

Mine are two weeks from 2, they are at GP's today so i am mn'ing in peace grin

OneToThree Mon 03-Jun-13 09:34:58

Everything is "mine do it". If I so much as put my hand near them it all kicks off!

On a happier note they both go to nursery on a Monday morning so I'm sitting in tescos car park eating olives and feta cheese before I go home and get straight.

It's the small pleasures in life that keep me sane.

ClairesTravellingCircus Mon 03-Jun-13 09:15:39

Multiplemama that's NOT what we want to hear!!grinshock
<sticks fingers in ears singing la la la>

OP you're absolutely right!!

MultipleMama Mon 03-Jun-13 08:42:33

Mine are 4.2.8mo. Doesn't get easier yet haha. Although I'd rather hold off the teenage years for at least 20 years!

MrsWolowitz Mon 03-Jun-13 08:36:08

Yes. Yes it is.

OneToThree Mon 03-Jun-13 08:29:36

Mine are 2.3. It gets easier at 3 yeah?

Goandplay Mon 03-Jun-13 08:21:37

It's not fair!

MultipleMama Mon 03-Jun-13 08:19:56

Tell me about it haha.

GoofyIsACow Mon 03-Jun-13 08:18:24

Yup <nods knowingly>

OneToThree Mon 03-Jun-13 08:16:30

That is all.

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