Happy New Year, friends!
I wanted to write a quick note to thank each of you for a wonderful 2014 and tell you how excited I am for 2015. I had high hopes last year and this little blog far exceeded every expectation. I need to make loftier goals in 2015. :)
Last year I held Twin Talk's reigns pretty tightly. This year I want to make certain it continues to be a place where twin moms can get their questions answered and their needs fulfilled. Whether that be a post about sleep scheduling, tips on how to get your toddler to eat (for goodness sake!), or simply an encouraging post that helps you realize you have an army of support surrounding you, I want to make sure Twin Talk stays relevant.
In order to do this, I created an amazingly fun little survey for you to complete (I may be exaggerating on the amazingly fun part). It's anonymous and 10 simple questions. Please take the time to complete this survey - I would appreciate it so much.
I've said it many times before, but I truly feel the twin mom bond is almost as strong as the twin bond. It's evident by the emails I've received and the comments you've shared. We all know (or will know) the fear during pregnancy, the exhaustion during the early months, and the frustration during the toddler years... But the overwhelming feeling of love times two is a force that takes your breath away every single day. It makes you excited to know what's ahead yet cling to the sweet present. I love it. I LOVE IT.
And with that, I politely beg you to CLICK HERE to complete this survey. :)
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for your continued support along the way. Cheers to 2015!
Ps. I posted the survey on Instagram last night and realized some of you are new around these parts and know very little about me. Hi! My name is Meredith Haynes! :) My husband is Michael and we have two-year-old B/G twins, Jude & Sloane. We live in McKinney, a suburb of Dallas, Texas. If you ever have any questions or concerns (or love notes - yippee!), please email me HERE. You can learn more about why Twin Talk began, or visit my slightly deprived personal blog, A Work In Progress.