I'll never forget the most important words ever spoken to me. Some random ultrasound technician uttered with glee, "It looks like you're having twins."
Of course, having a baby changes things. I already knew this. I figured having a second child was going to change things again. But having a second and a third child at the same time?
While I am by no means an expert on the subject of raising twins, I do feel that after two years of being a dad to multiples, I now am qualified to share with you some tips learned in the trenches.
3 Make time for yourself
Easier said. How you find the time is the hard part. Some ideas include those precious moments after the twins go to bed but before you pass out, or possibly when they are napping. Bonus tip: Get them doing everything at the same time.
Don't forget that time for yourself doesn't have to mean time away from home. While it is nice to get out of the house, there are a few home activities you can do to "escape." Netflix or a DVR will allow you to watch favorite films and shows on your schedule.