When you found out that you were having twins, what was your reaction? Were you thrilled? Were you scared? If you are like most parents it was probably a combination of both. Then again, with some it doesn’t even sink in until the day they are born. Although it never completely goes away scared begins to take more of a backseat to thrilled.
It is such an exciting time, getting everything ready for the babies’ arrival, baby showers and the sonograms that remove all doubt of a multiple birth. And after those sonograms, if you hadn’t already, you probably began stocking up on multiples of everything from cribs to highchairs, car seats and diapers, lots of diapers.
When you were thinking about decorating the nursery you probably had a little trouble deciding on a theme if you were uncertain what types of twins they would be, identical or fraternal. It can be pretty difficult trying to incorporate two different styles in the nursery so perhaps you decided that the actual colors and theme were not as important at this age as they would be later.
As they start to get a little older it becomes a little more difficult because while everything matching is adorable, but you also want to show that they are indeed, two separate individuals. This may present more of a challenge when they are fraternal twins because not only do you have unique personalities, etc. you have two different genders and showing that distinction is important.
If you do not have the resources or the room to decorate for each one individually consider getting a bedroom set that is more neutral but still very stylish and appropriate for either gender. One good example of this would be the First Impressions Toddler
furnishings. The combination of the colors and even the graphics are perfect for this situation. Soft enough to be soothing, but also bright enough to reflect their energy and uniqueness.
Labels: bedroom, boys, furniture, girls, kids
by: RonJun eShop