The largest website for multiples with a very active community, photo galleries, chat rooms, large online store, Twin Wiki, online reviews, auction site, and much more.
National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs
Since 1960, NOMOTC has grown into a network of more than 450 local clubs representing over 25,000 individual parents of multiples - twins, triplets, quadruplets and more. NOMOTC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation funded by dues, donations and grants.
Parent-to-parent advice for raising multiples. This site also offers helpful articles about raising twins, forums to talk with other parents of twins, multiple parenting tips, and a Multiples of the Month photo.
A comprehensive resource for parents and families who have or are expecting twins. This site has it all including twin pregnancy ultrasound and sonogram pictures and photos, ideas for twin baby names, a twin stroller and twin gear guide, and recommendations for baby essentials for twins.
Double the Fun with Raising Twins! Advice, support, help and information for parents who are expecting twins, or who already have them and love them! Find photos of women's twin pregnancy belly pictures, FAQs about raising twins, information on your twin pregnancy and even sites for twin freebies & deals for multiples.
Twinless TwinsThey provide support for twins and other multiples who have lost their twin due to death or estrangement at any age. The unique aloneness twinless twins feel can best be understood by another twinless twin. Their mission is to provide a safe and compassionate community to experience healing, understanding, and a desire to help others cope with the loss of their twin.
This is a resource site for multiples and their parents. You'll find information about raising twins, triplets, quads and more, but also a community of other people who share your goals of successfully parenting multiples. Looking for a twin pregnancy calendar? You'll find it here too. Visit http://www.
Multiples and More Blog Network
Multiples and More Blog Network - "a blog network that really proves there is strength in numbers" - is a very active blog created to provide information and support to parents of twins and multiples. Although called a blog, this is more of a network for parents of twins to communicate and participate in a variety of activities. Visit the blog for exclusive interviews, contests, reviews, and to meet other parent bloggers of twins and multiples. http://www.
The 10 Best Things About Raising TwinsIf you are feeling overwhelmed about the prospect of having twins, this article takes a "warm and fuzzy" approach to the best things about parenting twins. It really is a wonderful experience and here are 10 reasons why. You'll really enjoy reading the article at http://www.squidoo.com/
I'm Living Proof That God Has a Sense of HumorEver wonder what it would be like with 2 sets of twins in one family? Well, wonder no more. Join Helene as she shares her ups and downs while raising two sets of twins. Her tell-all blog is compassionate, encouraging, and fun! Visit her blog at http://2setsoftwins-helene.
The Triplet Connection
Since 1983, The Triplet Connection has been a helpful resource for parents of triplets and higher-order multiples.
MOST (Mothers of Supertwins)
MOST is a national non-profit organization and support network for families who are expecting or parenting triplets, quadruplets, quintuplets, or more. MOST provides information, resources, empathy, and good humor during pregnancy, infancy, toddlerhood, and school age. Supporting Multiple Birth Families...Every Step of the Way.
Triplets Plus 1 - The Harrigans
Kristina is a single mom of triplets plus 1 - all girls. Megan is 7 and Abigail, Brigid, and Caroline are 4 1/2 years old. Kristina and her family live in Kentucky. Visit her blog at tripletsplus1.blogspot.com
Triplet TalesTriplet Tales was created to provide parents of triplets and other higher order multiples with weekly stories, parenting tips, and humor relief. Heading up this website is Julie Reynolds-Gillespie, mother of triplets plus one, and her husband William, father of triplets plus one, who are also writing a book about parenting triplets. Visit their site at at http://www.triplettales.