Twins - List of Items for Nursery

Updated on December 13, 2006
T.C. asks from Dallas, TX
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I would love a list of items that I will need to set up the nursery for twins - a boy and girl. Any suggestions, links, ideas? Thank you!

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K.M.

answers from Dallas on

I have no nursary advice for you other than make sure they get to sleep together. I have some newborn boy stuff that mine's grown out of and i can check with my girlfriend in regards to girl clothes. Oh and I have lots of gifted diapers that he just grew out of so quickly and never used bottles he developed a taste for Dr. browns ... if interested, email [email protected]____.com

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G.W.

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I have 18 month old boy twins and to be honest we didn't have too much more in the nursery than if it had only been one baby. My guys shared a crib for the first few months, they just slept at opposite sides. Now one of my boys sleeps in the crib and the other in the pack n' play. It works out wonderfully because the pack n' play baby never slept very soundly in the crib but loves to cuddle against the net of the play pen. Best wishes to you and your husband, I won't sugar coat it, those first few months with two babies is tough and exhausting but if you're lucky like us and they start sleeping through the night in 12-14 weeks then it will get a little easier with more rest.

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K.C.

answers from Dallas on

Congratulations, T.! I have 20 mo. old b/g twins, and it is the most wonderful, amazing thing ever. You will have so much fun...Anyway, I think I still have an Excel spreadsheet I created for their nursery/coming home from the hospital, etc. If you want to send your email address to me at [email protected]____.com I would be happy to email it to you.
Good luck!

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A.K.

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Hi T.. I have a bunch of baby boy items for sale. Clothes from newborn up to 18 mos. I also have unisex baby items like bouncy seats, floor play thing, bathtub, toys, shopping cart cover, etc. Let me know if you'd like to buy any of these items. They are in excellent condition. I'm in McKinney. I'm selling them for a friend who is not planning on having any more children.

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M.F.

answers from Dallas on

Find your local Mothers of Twins or Mothers of Multiples club if you haven't already! You should be able to Google for them. The North Dallas Mothers of Twins Club is a good group. I'm not personally involved (don't have twins), but know friends who are. I think they are www.ndmotc.org or www.ndmot.org

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L.S.

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T.,
I am a Newborn Specialist, and I supply a free list to all of my clients (I usually work around the clock for the first few weeks.) To non-clients, I charge $25 for the list and it is VERY COMPLETE. It even includes my personal favorite products so that you do not waste your money on inferior things and a 'details sheet' which explains why I believe that you need a particular brand or a certain number of items, etc. It also includes how many of each item you need. It's even broken down into 7 different categories. Email me if you'd like to purchase it (payable on Paypal through my website, www.NannyForNewborns.com).

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A.C.

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I had twins on my first pregnancy too! It's such a blessing! The best advice I can give you about their nursery is "the less furniture the better" Just make sure you have plenty of closet/dresser space! I started out with just one full size crib (they are more comfy being close together for a while since they were crammed together that way for so long in the womb) and moved them into two portable cribs once they started getting mobile. If there is going to be an adult bed in the room I would suggest just using that as your changing table. It's a lot easier to use a big surface that you can sit on than to stand up and keep the baby still and have enough room to change their diapers. When it comes to twins, it helps to keep things simple. If you need any other suggestions or have any other questions, feel free to email me!

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