Hello! Welcome to the Twins In Tow Blog. My name is Christin. I’m a full-time mommy to twins, Grayson (boy) and Bailee (girl). You can find me at Target, the grocery store, at Nordstrom or at home spending time with my family and husband, Tyler.
Where are you from?
I’m originally from Bakersfield, California. I moved to St. Louis, Missouri to attend St. Louis University, where I obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Now, I live in Indianapolis, Indiana.
What made you want to start a blog?
For the most part, “singletons” are pretty straightforward. But, I have TWO. I had no idea what to expect with my pregnancy or life post-pregnancy. I searched on the internet daily to find any and everything on twins, because not everyone has more than one baby at once, and not everyone you know knows how this whole multiples thing works.
I realized that I was in the dark my entire life when it came to growing and raising multiples. Not only was I new to this, but I was also struggling with postpartum depression and anxiety. My first post was about my struggle with postpartum depression, to #EndTheStigma and talk about depression and anxiety. But, I also wanted to share our journey with two in tow, for those who are about to join the twin parent club, and for those who may be curious to know what this multiples life is like. And, of course, I want to share some laughs, trials, and triumphs with those who are currently embarking on this twin life adventure, and know exactly what our family is going through!
Don’t worry-I enjoy writing and don’t want to exclude anyone, so I also want to include content for any and all parents, as well as general life and fashion content for everyone to enjoy! You’ll see my favorite recipes, favorite clothing brands and outfits, and much, much more!
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