Working/writing mothers who suffer from twinsanity

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Working/writing mothers who suffer from twinsanity

Being a professional in film world,a published writer, now a comedic performer, am mothering twin 7 yr old girls who somehow already where my clothes; I started a twin support group because so many new moms were ready to hang themselvse.

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Latest Activity: Apr 2, 2013

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twins, we know we're a hot mess

Started by Renee Threatte. Last reply by yvette managan Sep 9, 2011. 4 Replies

This group title made me laugh out loud! I'm not a mother of twins (not a mother at all actually- that reminds me to take my birth control pill) but I AM a twin. And every time my mother does or says…Continue

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Comment by Deborah Siegel on February 1, 2011 at 6:16pm
How can it be that I haven't yet joined this group?  Rhonda, I love you for starting it!  Twinsanity mamas UNITE!!!!!!
Comment by Tessa Quin on August 5, 2010 at 7:39am
I have three year old twin boys. They're a handful. I took a break from work to keep my sanity (going to university in about three weeks). Juggling a home and those rascals is enough without the pressure of work.
Comment by Rhonda Talbot on March 20, 2010 at 8:48pm
I might add here, there provide a lot of material... also you don't have to be a twin mom to understand how hard it is to juggle 75 plates at the same time! Twins=something like 4 kids all at one. Somehow raising my son, now in college, was a breeze! GIRLS!!!!!
 

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