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Mummy To Twins Plus One

Mummy To Twins Plus One

Suzanne Robinson founded her blog in 2008 after her identical twins were born, and it was originally called, "Mummy to Twins",

In 2016 the birth of Suzanne's third child (a boy) meant that the website needed a name change and now it is known as "Mummy to Twins Plus One".

Mummy to Twins was created as a community for other parents, you don't have to have twins to be part of this great website and resource.

Suzanne is a mum to three children, nine-year-old twin girls and a two-year-old boy. Yes, she had another child after twins!

The blog focuses on some of Suzanne's passions, healthy activities for kids and parents, fun things for kids to do, family holiday ideas and great places to stay, tips and tricks that can help other parents, funny stories that have happened as a mum (you can learn from my failures and successes), and ideas for mums to recharge and get some time out. There is everything from parenthood, ideas for dinners, giveaways, competitions, and some great craft and DIY ideas.

Suzanne is currently working on a book and a course about embracing calm. Calm for you and calm for the house. This book is a real perspective from a real mum and focuses on some great strategies that are sure to help other families. It will be out in 2018 so stay tuned.

2018 is also a big celebration for Mummy to Twins Plus One.

The blog is celebrating 10 years! Make sure to stop by and say hello and help Suzanne and the Mummy to Twins Plus One team celebrate.



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The Unicorn Job

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A Birthday Do-Over

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Suffering from the Mental Load

I sit here during the school holidays feeling exhausted. The twins are playing down the road with mates, my toddler is asleep, and my brain is not resting. There is so much to do. Housework, washing of clothes, work for… Continue Reading >

DIY Wind Chimes for Kids

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Holiday Activities for Kids

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Time Management Goes Out the Window With Kids

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Two Years with Three Kids

I never thought I would have three kids. I also never thought I would have twins as my first kids. Yes, I wanted kids, but I thought I would do one at a time like other people have done, not… Continue Reading >

Mummy to Twins Plus One: NEW Partnership for Kiddipedia

We have some awesome news! Kiddipedia is very thrilled to announce our partnership with Mummy to Twins Plus One. Founded by Suzanne, Mummy to Twins Plus One blog was created as a project for her to work on and a way… Continue Reading >



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