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November 19th, 2013, 06:12 AM
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I've not had a good nights sleep in months. Both babies seem to be very active from 11:00 till after2:00, and they keep me awake. Last night, it all caught up with me, and I passed out around 11:00, but only to be waken up by my dream. In my dream, I wasn't pregnant and my jeans were really tight. They were so tight they were pinching me, and I had to unbutton them. I woke from the dream around 3:00, and my belly was sore in the same place that my jeans were pinching me in the dream. Both babies were very active and again, I was unable to go back to sleep.
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November 19th, 2013, 09:09 AM
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As a Mom of twins, I understand! I had crazy dreams, and the babies were always active and egging each other on at night. I was afraid I would never sleep, but the beauty of twins is that they have each other. I recommend letting them co-sleep in one crib for the first 4-5 months, and when they are very new, wrap them up together at night. Mine were much easier than my previous two singletons. They snuggled together and were happy, but when I put them in separate cribs, they would cry all night. When they were 5 months, I had to separate them because they were moving so much. By 10 months, my daughter would literally jump out of her crib and scale her brothers crib and sleep with him.I was shocked until I put a video camera in their room and caught it. their bond was amazing. Good luck to you! It is an amazing ride and just keeps getting better, 13 years later!
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November 19th, 2013, 11:49 AM
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Six14...thanks so much for the advice. It's been over 10 years since I've had a baby, and things have changed so much, I feel lost and overwhelmed with the thought of twins. We did IVF and I'm extremely thankful and blessed to be having twins, but the reality, I'm scared, and this pregnancy has been so exhausting. There was so many things that I had hoped to get finished before they got here, but I don't see that happening anytime soon. I would appreciate any other suggestions you have.
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November 19th, 2013, 10:43 PM
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It's crazy how our dreams can reflect what's going on in reality, the button of your jeans and then waking to a sore spot! I can't imagine being pregnant with twins and trying to sleep!! Hopefully after time you'll grow accustomed to them moving and be able to sleep better!!! I don't know, but I hope for your sake it's possible!
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November 20th, 2013, 01:58 PM
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Pregnancy dreams can be so vivid and so exhausting sometimes. Lol.

I had a dream once I snuck in to china and got shot in the butt. The whole time I was trying to figure out how to get out of chi a. I woke and my bum was really sore from my progesterone injections. Always made me laugh how the dream started.
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November 21st, 2013, 05:38 AM
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I had twins after singletons as well. It was amazing how fast I adjusted. You will do great!
It has been 13 years since I had a baby and I am surprised that I am having just one this time! But for me, I can absolutely say that from day one, the twins have been easier than singles- of course with the exception of logistics- trying to tote them to the grocery store, or park, or feeding them both at once... but as far as their contentment, they were so easy. You will find many Moms of twins feel the same way.
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