We are beyond thrilled with the turnout and support that is coming from BGMoMs. And it’s all because of you ladies! So, if you are reading this and you have yet to join us, you are definitely missing out!
At our March meeting, we enjoyed a panel discussion with a MoM of 22 year old fraternal twin girls and 28 year old identical twin girls. (We also had a sister of twins and another MoM and her twins planning on coming, but unfortunately at the last minute they weren’t able to make it work with their schedule.) We enjoyed dicussion and question-and-answer time wtih these “experts,” as they shared authentically about their experiences. I know I (Jenny) left with so many thoughts and things stirring around in my head that I was still talking about them with my husband just yesterday! So much to chew on! BIG thanks to Sharron, Julie, and Jeanne for being with us and being honest about the ever-complicated world of multiple-dom and everything that comes with it!
One of the biggest challenges (I think) about being a MoM is that ever-delicate balance of nurturing the unique and special bond between multiples, while also encouraging and fostering individuality. We spent a lot of time here on Sunday, talking and processing through how as MoMs we can really do that. We are going to further this discussion at our next meeting, so be sure to join us! We’ll be hearing from a professor of child psychology from WKU! It will be Sunday, April 25 at 2 pm in the Medical Center Conference Room (not the Auditorium where we have been meeting).
Check the “Upcoming Events” tab at the top for more upcoming meeting dates and topics!