Here is a list of sites that might be of interest to all Mothers of Multiples. Care has been taken to check each site for appropriateness and the New York State Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs is not responsible for anything contained within these sites. If anyone finds anything they feel is inappropriate, please let us know and the site will be removed. As always, Parental Care should be taken when recommending a site to your children. Thank you…
A source for family planning, pregnancy and parenting.
Center for Study of Multiple Births
The Center’s purpose is to:
Stimulate and foster medical and social research in the area of multiple births, and to help parents with the special problems they and their offspring may encounter.
Sidelines National Support Network
Sidelines provides nationwide support for women and their families experiencing complicated pregnancies. A pregnancy is termed “high risk” or “complicated” when the life or health of the mother or baby may be at risk.
Do you believe that it is time that you had a voice in your multiples placement in school? If you do…JOIN US!
Twins in School
When Schools Mandate Classroom Placement of Twins…A Mom of Twins Seeks Legislation to Ensure Parents Have a Voice in the Placement of Their Twins
Find articles from past issues, talk to other mothers of twins in the forum or find out some fun facts about twins. There is a list of books about and for twins. And you can even send a photo of your twins for the “Photo Gallery” on line. There is also a place to subscribe to “Twins Magazine”.
You’ll find thousands of articles on pregnancy and baby, a community of parents, plus a huge store with expert advice.
Multiples of America (also known as the National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs)
This is the site of the National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs. Find out all about the organization. On this site is a list of books for and about multiples. There are also, interesting facts about multiples and information about upcoming National and State Meetings. To enter the “Members Only” section, ask your State Rep for the login name and password.
Community – Knowledge – Humor for Mothers of Twins
Lots of information about raising twins. Pictures of twins, too.
A long list of sites concerning having and raising multiples.
Featured on ABC’s 20/20, teaches parents how to instill a sense of
responsible decision making in their kids. Discover five simple rules for
parents, and learn how “The ideas in our kids’ heads rule their world.”
Several sites devoted to Twins.
Twinsburg, Ohio is the world’s largest gathering of twins. Every August since 1976, twins, supertwins, and parents of same from around the world descend on this small town just south of Cleveland for a weekend of socializing, celebration and fun. This is the official web page for the Twins Days Festival.
A site for twins by twins
Consumer Product Safety Commission
CPSC, an independent Federal regulatory agency, helps keep American families safe by reducing the risk of injury or death from consumer products. Visit us often to share lifesaving information.
MOST – Mothers of Super Twins Mothers of Supertwins (MOST) is an international non-profit support network of families with triplets and more. MOST provides information, resources, empathy and good humor during pregnancy, infancy, toddlerhood and school age. Use their online form to join MOST and receive their Quarterly Magazine free!
The Triplet Connection
The Triplet Connection, an organization for multiple-birth families, providing vital information to families who are expecting triplets, quadruplets, quintuplets or more, as well as encouragement, resources, and networking opportunities for families who are parents of larger multiples.
Activities for both the kids and moms.
Here is a great site to meet and play games with the many “friends” they watch on Nickolodeon. (This site is recommended for the older child.)
Here your child will find “friends” like Little Bear, Blue and Franklin. (This site is recommended for the younger child.)
Surfing the net with kids
Welcome to Barbara Feldman’s vision of what’s wonderful on the Web. Welcome parents, kids, teens, grandparents, teachers, librarians and the incurably curious. Barbara is a syndicated newspaper columnist. Her articles are seen in millions of newspapers each week. (This site is recommended for children of all ages.)