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Learning While You’re at It: Great Hobby Ideas for Kids by Maria Cannon

The days when kids took up hobbies like stamp or coin collecting, often due to the influence of an older family member, are surely in decline if not altogether dead. Computers, handheld devices, and gaming consoles appear to have supplanted traditional hobbies, the ones that taught kids something about self-discipline, thrift, and the world around them. If you’re a parent seeking to engage your children in something more enriching and educational than Fortnite or Grand Theft Auto, why not... Read More

When most of us were kids, birthday parties were all about a cake with candles, a plastic tablecloth, balloons, paper streamers and the “Happy Birthday song.” Photo credit: Twenty20 It’s all about the kids Before we begin, we want to warn you of a hidden danger. Parents today want their kids to have the biggest and best. They take mental, note. If Billy, down the street got a radio control jeep for his birthday, Your kid must have a drone for his birthday. The kid may be too young for... Read More

The Story Behind Baby A & Baby B and the Twin Feeding Set

Feeding time was a struggle for me when my twins turned 6 months old. My boys were born at just 31 weeks and I wanted to do everything in my power to help them grow, develop, and stay as healthy as possible. Feeding time was very stressful for me and my boys. I couldn’t figure out how to feed them both easily, quickly, and safely. It was impossible for me to use two bowls and two spoons because they got so impatient between bites and I hated sharing utensils. Sharing utensils is dangerous... Read More

Two Spoons Are Better Than One

by Jennifer Bright Reich Did you know that people commonly advise moms of twins to save time by using one utensil to feed both babies? Is it faster? Probably. Easier? Maybe. Healthier? Definitely not! “When you share utensils, it’s like giving germs from one baby a FastPass directly into the other baby’s mouth,” says Rallie McAllister, MD, MPH, a mom of three sons, a family physician, and coauthor of The Mommy MD Guide to Your Baby’s First Year, in Lexington, KY.. “Using the same... Read More

This May Solve The Struggle All Twin Parents Face At Feeding Time by Joanna Venditti

When I became a mom to twins, I quickly became very familiar with the logistical bumps in the road that comes with having multiples. Although I had two kids already, having twins was a whole new ball game and I couldn’t fully prepare myself for some of the problem solving I would have to do. From getting both babies out the door safely and nursing two babies at night, to bathing two babies and soothing two babies when they cried, there was a lot of difficult situations I had to... Read More

The Baby A & Baby B Logo

Picking a logo for Baby A & Baby B was a big decision. I wanted it to be something that people would like and remember. I also hoped it would give those who saw it a happy & warm feeling. It needed to be something that would have meaning too. The idea came pretty quickly. When I was about six years old I went to Hallmark with my parents. I remember the trip well because I had just moved to Pennsylvania from Massachusetts and it was my first trip to our new local mall. My parents were... Read More

Twin Feeding Set Story

We were so excited when we found out we were expecting twins. The news came as a big surprise and so did their arrival. Grant and Gavin were born at just 31 weeks after I developed preeclampsia. When they were born, I did not get to hold them. They were rushed immediately into the NICU and I remained in the operating room praying. That day started my journey as a mother of twins and the experiences below gave me the idea for the Twin Feeding Set. Stopping the Spread of Germs: When we were... Read More

Baby A & Baby B Review: Twin Love Concierge

Twin Love Concierge review Twin Love Concierge reviewed one of our products, the Twin Feeding Set: From the review: Why We Chose To Review? Every parent of multiples will tell you that there are unique challenges that we face with twins in just about ever facet of their day and feeding time is no different. If only one parent is available during feeding time, the challenge is easily identified as one pair of hands to feed two mouth just isn’t easy! The Twin Feeding Set is claimed to ease... Read More

Twin Feeding Set- now available on Zulily

Yellow & Green Twin Feeding Set now available on Click to purchase our Yellow & Green Twin Feeding Set from Baby A and Baby B Product Description: With the essentials you need, this baby-feeding set lets double-duty parents feed two little ones without using separate bowls and spoons. Includes spoon and bowl set Spoon: 5” W x 8” H Bowl: 7” W x 3.5” H x 2” D Plastic Dishwasher-safe Imported Click to purchase our Yellow &... Read More

Help for the Unexpected

Two and a half years ago we anxiously awaited the arrival of our twin boys (Grant & Gavin). Wondering what they would look like, what they would be like, and if they would be ok. I dreamed of the first moment I would hold them and get to kiss their tiny faces. Our birth story is similar to other twin birth stories in that our miracles arrived much earlier than expected. They were born two warriors arriving at just 31 weeks. My husband and I were both scared, happy, and overwhelmed with... Read More