Using Leashes With Toddler Twins or Multiples

 

CHANGING QUADRUPLETS

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Twins on leashes

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In addition, some parents may feel uncomfortable about the extra attention generated by using leashes. Certainly, twins and other multiples are already in the spotlight when they go out in public. It is likely that your family will attract even more scrutiny when leashes or harnesses are used. I came across these articles regarding using child restraints “leashes” with twins or multiples. If anyone has any advice on using child restraints with their children, whether they were multiples or not, I would love to hear about it.

I might consider getting them for my escape artists! =). If you solely rely on the leashes to keep your twins in line, you’ll fail miserably. Your constant companion with the leashes should be setting expectations with your twins. Use the leashes as a safety net to keep them for wandering too far, but remember: twins aren’t dogs. Teach them to hold your hand and walk by your side.

Using Leashes With Toddler Twins or Multiples. By Pamela Prindle Fierro An Overview of Quadruplets in Multiple Birth. Medically reviewed by Joel Forman, MD Multiple Birth Gestation and Birthweight Data. By Pamela Prindle Fierro States With the Most and Least Number of Twin Births.

“No, you should not use a leash to control your toddler” Online managing editor, Nadine Silverthorne, mom of two. When my daughter was two, we were given an adorable ladybug backpack. As I unpacked the tissue paper stuffing, I found a long belt with a clip — it was a leash to attach to the backpack. As a toddler, Lucy was a tank of a girl. Squirmy, defiant, independent — she was a real.

Do not leave children unattended: Never leave your child unattended when using a leash. This includes attaching your end of the leash to something else and walking away. The leash can easily become a strangulation hazard. Teach children how to move in the leash: Toddlers can struggle with staying on balance. One of the most common risks for using a child leash is spills or falls.

A: Parents use toddler leashes to keep them safe, to keep them from bolting away from the parent, but still, give the toddler a sense of freedom. It could make going out into a crowded place a better experience for the parent and child if used correctly. The many visitors that came when the twins were born were now dwindling down. I’d officially be on my own. *Cue freak out moment!* Thankfully, it all worked out.

I somehow managed to survive those months alone with the twins (plus a three-year-old!) using these tips. 1. Put your twins on the same schedule. Twin parents are doubly blessed, but with quadruple the stress, especially during the constantly evolving baby and toddler years. While the rewards of raising twins far outweigh the challenges, it.

6 Discipline Tips That Work For Twin Toddlers These two smiling faces are the ones that come to my mind when I think of where I want to take my girls behaviour-wise in a year’s time. Their mommy in my opinion is a great example of the balance I am trying to achieve with Sugar and Spice when it comes to discipline.

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When you don’t have another pair of hands around to help, utilize such conveniences as baby carriers (you can use a large sling for two babies, use two slings, or tote one baby in a carrier and one in your arms), baby swings (some models can’t be used until a baby is six weeks old), and infant seats.

“What To Expect The 1st Year [rev Edition]” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
from What To Expect The 1st Year [rev Edition]
by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
Simon & Schuster UK, 2010

Ideally sit and relax with your toddler while she eats, and if you need to go and get something, then strap her in – if you’re only using the straps occasionally she probably won’t resist too much.

“Baby to Toddler Month by Month” by Simone Cave, Caroline Fertleman
from Baby to Toddler Month by Month
by Simone Cave, Caroline Fertleman
Hay House, 2011

The use of a chest harness on the child with a tether to an accompanying parent or adult is strongly recommended.

“The Travel and Tropical Medicine Manual E-Book” by Christopher A. Sanford, Elaine C. Jong
from The Travel and Tropical Medicine Manual E-Book
by Christopher A. Sanford, Elaine C. Jong
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008

If you don’t have one of those, your toddler should ride nestled between the legs of an adult or much older child.

“What to Expect: The Second Year” by Heidi Murkoff
from What to Expect: The Second Year
by Heidi Murkoff
Simon & Schuster UK, 2012

The “leashes” for toddlers are not ideal, but can keep a toddler from running off from a parent with a disability.

“Adult Physical Conditions: Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants” by Amy J Mahle, Amber L Ward
from Adult Physical Conditions: Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants
by Amy J Mahle, Amber L Ward
F.A. Davis Company, 2018

Use stroller for walks.

“Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children Multimedia Enhanced Version” by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson, Donna L. Wong, Annette Baker, R.N., Patrick Barrera, Debbie Fraser Askin
from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children Multimedia Enhanced Version
by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson, et. al.
Mosby/Elsevier, 2013

Put one in an infant carrier (like a Baby Bjorn) and one in a stroller, or both in a double stroller.

“Expecting 411 (4th edition): The Insider's Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth” by Ari Brown, Michele Hakakha
from Expecting 411 (4th edition): The Insider’s Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth
by Ari Brown, Michele Hakakha
Windsor Peak Press, 2017

Only used on keelboats, a safety harness should fit a child snugly without falling off the shoulders, and for small children, should have a strap between the legs.

“Sailing For Dummies” by J. J. Isler, Peter Isler
from Sailing For Dummies
by J. J. Isler, Peter Isler
Wiley, 2011

Use a sturdy child carrier that is safe and secure for the child and comfortable for you.

“Camping For Dummies” by Michael Hodgson
from Camping For Dummies
by Michael Hodgson
Wiley, 2011

Another wonderful labyrinthine stimulation strategy for the toddler is swinging in a bucket-seat-type toddler swing.

“Toddler Adoption: The Weaver's Craft Revised Edition” by Mary Hopkins-Best
from Toddler Adoption: The Weaver’s Craft Revised Edition
by Mary Hopkins-Best
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2012

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  • Your babies are ADORABLE! ���� I empathize with the tantrums. I have a 2 year old boy �� He can throw down with the best of them hahahaha

  • girl i barely give my two year old 3 baths a week. well he has eczema so i just can’t unless he’s dirty. our 5 month old i only give him a bath once maybe twice a week.

    but crunchy? i’ve never heard that ��

  • Victoria, Victoria❤️ you are a amazing mom. I like that you share both the good and the “bad” sides of mom life. It’s hard but it’s amazing at the same time. On a other note, you look so pretty with no makeup! How?! ����❤️ this mama want some tips! ����

  • Im exhausted for you lol it is crazy how non-stop the twin mom life is! Does your gym watch your kids?? That sounds SO nice, I should look into that! I haven’t braved the library yet with my twins but you’ve inspired me to do so! It’s perfect entertainment on cold days.

  • My biggest frustration is Courtney. WORRY! As a Christian, we are directed not to worry, but pray and trust God. Yes it’s a process to learn, but we can grow. Worry produces nothing positive.
    And real life is not a photograph! Calls a lot of stress to the rest of the family. No matter how much you want to capture time, you can’t. Some moderation!

  • I am so happy to see your family growing and thriving. I came to suggest a ring sling for you and your husband for the twins. They are handy and when you go outside with Emma you can be practically hands free plus close baby snuggles!

  • Omg I’m in this same situation. My twins were born 3 weeks ago Friday. I’ve been trying to find other families going through the same. My oldest is 20 months. How old are your twins now?

  • Omg that is totally my 19m old lol she always wants my food even if she has the same thing �� and she still has her stork bite, it has lightened a little but is still very visible

  • OMG your back yard looks so good you guys. What a blessing to have such a big yard. Great for all the kids. Rachelle I know I have said this before but I’m going to say it again. How do you look so good and you have just given birth to twins? You honestly are glowing and your figure has come back just in a few weeks. You were born to have babies and you have the perfect family. Two little girls and two little boys. Your children are very lucky to have such hands on parents. ❤️����❤️����

  • They came off a heartbreaking loss and a couple of years later they were blessed with three beautiful Children. You guys deserve those three beautiful children more than ever! Brynn is in heaven smiling down at all of you❤️

  • Beautiful! Always keep that love that flows between you so naturally. Thank you for sharing this wonderful gift with all of us. My heart is touched so deeply, it’s difficult to find words.

  • I’ve never seen this show but after watching TLC run the commercial over and over for the upcoming season I for sure won’t watch it. That woman’s voice is very grating on the nerves. I’ll stick to Outdaughtered.

  • try taking two stronger babies in the bathroom and let them know if they peepee in potty they get 3 m&m and if they poopoo they 6 m&m. Stay strong and don’t give in to the others by giving them candy. They soon will learn they have to potty or no candy.

  • New subscriber and I am so excited to find another twin mom on Youtube! I have twin boys (age 4) and a daughter (age 9) and twin life is a whole different beast! lol. Your babies are precious!

  • My son is the same age as Emma but does not do that when eating. I am so jealous! What a fantastic way to get her to try new things! My son is very selective about what he eats. Also, cutting down the rose bushes makes a lot of sense, especially because of where they’re at. It was a little sad too though because as a kid, one of my fondest memories with my dad was going to his rose bushes to collect flowers (he always did the snipping of course!). On a side note, I don’t know if you’ve ever tried Frida Windi Baby, but if you haven’t you should keep some around just in case. It saved us a couple of times when our son would get stopped up. And if one of the boys gets stopped up, you’re going to want a solution ten minutes ago.

  • In my family’s history almost every male has had ADHD or some other behavioral disorder. Imagine if that ran in their family, every day would be like 100 times more difficult on the parents

  • omg ive watched a few episodes of this one & outdaughtered while on lockdown & it made me adamant that will NEVER use fertility drugs & risk having so many babies at one time. my mums a prenatal surgeon so i know thats life in the womb so i could never destroy a living fetus. if it happened naturally is one thing, but to make it happen on purpose?! i think adoption is a wonderful way of making a family. when the times comes, i do want children, i want to adopt along with having my own. when i watch these parents, although i know they totally love & are devoted to their children…how their life has changed so much & made everything just so much harder. they have people donating money & supplies, they have fund raising to help pay their bills…this husband is worrying about how hes going to pay for all these children all the time, he looks exhausted, his free time is baby duty….he lost his dream to have that animal farm. & they had 3 beautiful sons already. now it looks like a boarding school. the other family show, same thing, they loved to travel, now travel with 7 children seems a nitemare with a moment or 2 of joy when the kiddies are being behaved. lol. you cant get sitters to go on a vaca with each other. you cant get through an evening meal with interesting conversation & when do you relax? when theyre all finally asleep?! i know people say, “oh the joys outweigh the troubles”…but do they?! maybe for them. ive talked w/friends & we all feel the same way. 5, 6 kids at once?! no way! maybe if they were so wealthy that they never had to worry about money & had a few live in nannies until the kids were 18! ha! my girlfriends sister & her husband had twins(naturally) & they went crazy the first year! haa!

  • Try using a cool air humidifier! I was chronically sick as a child until I got my tonsils out and it was so much better than my warm one. The doctor recommended it because of some slight health benefit but I cant remember what it was, but what I remember is how much more comfortable it was to breathe with the cool air one. They are the bomb.com to have on hand when someone gets sick too lol

  • Oh I was praying for another season! Love this show! I had a toddler and a preemie and I used a harness/leash too! Best thing ever to keep up with a busy little one!