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  1. Such a gorgeous post and look how far you have come from last year – I remember reading that post. Having three to share your time with must be demanding. It can be difficult. I know Jess and her hubby spend individual time with their children. I can’t do that but also would miss the other too much – hee hee. our boys are all just so gorgeous hun, you are dong a marvellous job. xxxx

  2. I have started to make a real effort to make 1 on 1 with Charlie but definitely think I should start more with the girls too. I’ve said when they’re older I’ll set aside one day per month where one gets to pick what just me & them do xx

  3. Aw how cute! I’m glad you got to spend alone time with one. As they get older I bet you’ll have even more time to spend with them individually. You’re such a good momma 🙂

  4. I love having time with A and T individually but with twins I know it must be so much harder to have that individual time. Looks like you had fun! x

  5. I take my hat off to all twin mummies – I have difficulty splitting my time between a toddler and baby! I can see why it’s so important to make time for both twins individually to help them develop their personalities. They’ll be treated as a pair at so many other times in the young lives that it’s good you can give them a taste of solo time #sharewithme

  6. Oh Hayley Boo is so beautiful those eyes are just gorgeous, it must be hard finding time when you have twins when there is an age gab they are off doing other things aren’t they, but I bet you have a great balance you are so calm i bet nothing phases you lovely x

  7. That last photo of the two of you is beautiful! I sometimes struggle to get time alone with my boys so it must be hugely difficult when you have three. My eldest has quite a dominant personality so the littlest tends to get dragged around/in to what his brother wants to do. I sometimes feel like I don’t know him quite as well because of it. Thanks heavens he’s a seriously relaxed child because if both fought for my attention, I’m not sure how I’d cope.

  8. Well I don’t know how any mums of twins do it! I struggled with a seven and a half year age difference between individual children. Your boys always look so happy and smiley Hayley, they are all gorgeous xx

  9. I really need to start making time for some one-one time. but with 4 kids it just doesnt ever happen! Dean work 6 days a week and we don’t have anyone that can really come and baby sit the rest of them. I wih we could find the prefect formula, but it just doesnt happen 🙁

  10. Oh what a beautiful post and it’s so important to have one on one with every child I think. It really means as much to them as it does us parents. I think thats amazing that you got this moment with him. I bet he loved every second of it. Who doesn’t like full attention sometimes when there is so much going on around them most of the time. I know in a family of eight the days I had just me and my mommy were the very best and I still remember them at 31 years old. 🙂 Lovely post Hayley. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me #sharewithme

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