-Getting used to picking up two sets of baby gear. Well, not always. We don't always need two baby seats or exersaucers, but we need two carseats and two highchairs. You think once you put one infant seat in the car you're done. But no, you need to get the other carseat and put that in the car too. And man, those carseats are heavy.
-Feeling like a celebrity. Whenever I take the twins out, people stop and look. We were out at Santa Cruz a while ago and a lady whose daughter had a baby the same day as the twins took a picture to send to her daughter. People want to tell me their twin story. I've heard about people who had three sets of twins and five sets of twins. Yeah, I'm a celebrity. People stop, look, take pictures. I can't imagine what it would be like with triplets or more.
So, how is my life different with having twins? I'm a little busier as you can see. I don't take a normal pregnancy for granted anymore. I've had to adjust some of the things like nursing and babywearing to a different level. I've learned to be more gracious and open when people stop me and want to talk. I'm a little more flexible. I've joined an elite society where the entrance price is two babies for the pregnancy of one.