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Is there anyone else here with 3 sets of twins?

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Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:11:19

Or something similar???
I'm new on here (can't believe I've only just discovered this) with 3 sets of twins and 4 singletons. I don't think I'm asking for advice as such but is there anyone else with similar experiences they can share?
Thanks in advance. smile

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BigSandyBalls2015 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:12:58

shockshock.... I’ve got I’ve set and life is busyshock

BigSandyBalls2015 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:13:07


CallMeRachel Mon 01-Apr-19 22:13:57

Are you saying you actually have 10 kids??

NewYoiker Mon 01-Apr-19 22:14:32


slippermaiden Mon 01-Apr-19 22:14:51

I imagine you're too busy for Mumsnet!! I have one set of twins.... that was enough for me 😂😂

AnotherEmma Mon 01-Apr-19 22:14:56

Sure, you have 10 children, and I'm the Queen.

Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:15:05

I think I'm crazy too ...

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brizzlemint Mon 01-Apr-19 22:18:21

Unless you are somebody I know of then there is at least one other person with three sets of twins on here.

brizzlemint Mon 01-Apr-19 22:19:04

I actually know somebody with three sets of twins and other children so there is at least one other person crazy enough to.

huntinghighandlow Mon 01-Apr-19 22:19:47

April fool?

brizzlemint Mon 01-Apr-19 22:19:55

Double post, sorry the app said it couldn't post first time round.

Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:20:53

Thanks, good to know there's someone else!

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ApolloandDaphne Mon 01-Apr-19 22:21:25

How old are they?

ApolloandDaphne Mon 01-Apr-19 22:22:29

How do you manage with 10 children?

Chocolateisfab Mon 01-Apr-19 22:22:39

11 dc here but no multiples.
Closest is 13 month gap.

Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:23:18

13, 11, 11, 9, 8, 6, 6, 4, 4, 2

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Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:26:42

Honestly, I'm not too sure. We always had very strict routines, even with the first singleton, as that was what was recommended by our families. Me and DH both have large families, all our siblings have large families (multiples seem to run in the family as well but we're the first treble) so we got lots of advice.

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WineIsMyCarb Mon 01-Apr-19 22:28:28

How do you remember their names? I'm one of 3 and DM still calls me by my (or her!) DSis's name if she's been on be phone recently!

Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:32:43

My mum does that to me and my sisters grin. I'd say I'm pretty good by nowbut the younger DC, when I'm tired, are sometimes addressed as "thingy". But only sometimesblush.

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TheClaifeCrier Mon 01-Apr-19 22:37:20

How do you get out of the house in the morning? I only have two kids, not twins, and I struggle grin

Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:42:12

Elder there take themselves to secondary. Me and DH take turns with walking the others. Youngest is in nursery 3 days a week. Schools and nursery are thankfully very close but there's quite a complex hand holding system to keep everyone together.

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Suki12345678 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:42:38

* elder three

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littledoll33 Mon 01-Apr-19 22:47:57


InsertFunnyUsername Mon 01-Apr-19 22:48:38

I have 1, as in 1 child and im knackered 🤣

Hats off to you OP!

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