Recently I had the joy of sitting down with the Moms of Multiples group here in Greensboro. Are you a mom of multiples? If so, look them up asap. They are an incredible support group for one another and can empathize with the twin, triplet, etc. experience in a way that people who don't live it cannot. By the way, I was a guest and as someone who is not a mom of multiples, it was an honor to be in the room. We started our session by reading this poem by Brene Brown. I invited the parents to read it and note what resonated with them. After we had time to dig in, we each shared the portion that tugged at our heartstrings the most. What struck me was that each parent noted a different part of the poem. We used this as a moment to hit pause and get some of those critical reminders needed to move forward along with the validation of sitting next to other parents who really understand.
Talk to us. What part speaks to you right now? Why? Add your thoughts in the comments and let's get "Arboro" connecting because we're all in this together.
Imperfect in Arboro,