Tips for Twin Well-Baby Checkups – Dad’s Guide to Twins Podcast Episode 7

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Dad's Guide to Twins Podcast

Surviving all those doctor visits with infant twins is a challenge. In this seventh episode of the Dad’s Guide to Twins podcast, I discuss how to best handle those well-baby checkups with your twins.

Show Notes

I start with a question from Ben on how to get both twins (by himself) from his condo into the car without leaving one alone outside.

Listen to the podcast to see how to best handle well-baby checkups with your twins.

  • What to expect from all those frequent doctor visits with infant twins
  • Why you need more than one adult to go with the babies to the doctor’s office
  • Why you can’t rely on the doctor and nursing staff to help with the twins
  • Waiting time at the doctor’s office is when you most need help with the twins
  • The hidden benefit of having both parents at the well baby checkup

The main part of this podcast was inspired by my blog post How to Survive a Well Baby Checkup with Twins.

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