Twice the love – Newton, MA

Despite being an aunt to twin nephews (who I saw every week when they were babies), seeing newborn twins will always amaze me: not just one little head to support, not just two tiny hands to hold, and not just ten teeny toes to tickle – TWO little heads, FOUR tiny hands, and TWENTY teeny toes! And somehow, our hearts find the space for twice as much love. It’s unreal. This lovely family seems to be taking it all in – the big sister, C, is affectionate with them while ensuring that her independence remains noteworthy, and the mom and dad are somehow awake and coherent. I was thrilled to be able to meet you, baby R and baby A! What an honor to have been able to capture the two newest members of your family, Tara and Joe. Thank you, thank you.

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[…] A little over a year ago, these twins could snuggle together in their mom’s arms. And now they are on the verge of walking and the ability to carry both of them at the same time is nearly over. Baby R seemed to smile at everything while baby A seemed to be a bit more hesitant but both were as cute as could be. Big sister C couldn’t have been sweeter – at one point C wanted to cheer up one of her crying sisters so much that she herself started getting sad when it wasn’t working. […]

[…] A little over a year ago, these twins could snuggle together in their mom’s arms. And now they are on the verge of walking and the ability to carry both of them at the same time is nearly over. Baby R seemed to smile at everything while baby A seemed to be a bit more hesitant but both were as cute as could be. Big sister C couldn’t have been sweeter – at one point C wanted to cheer up one of her crying sisters so much that she herself started getting sad when it wasn’t working. […]

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