Multiple play group


Each fortnight my kids pack up our car and head out for a Friday of crazy times. At 9:30am at Boambee hall we have the Multiple Maddness play group followed very closely by tt’s gymnastics class down the road.

Multiple Maddness is a wonderful collective of multiple birth parents that help, share knowledge and now play together.
My first week wheeling in the twins and wrangling TT was met with huge smiles and welcomes. When it came time to feed the boys one beautiful mum wondered over and took one for me to feed. She misses her twins being babies. 🙂

When I heard Coffs coast Kids magazine were coming today to do an article about the multi mums group I offered to take some pictures for the mums. The magazine didn’t come but I definitely photographed some cuteness today!!

These two are fraternal twins meaning non identical- this is the norm for boy/girl twins. Missy moo didn’t really want to cuddle her brother.

This little guy never leaves home
Without his hat! Love! I couldn’t get over his little sulky lip. Haha

This beautiful image is of grandma with one of her twin grand daughters. I love capturing the difference in generations. I wish I could do more like this!

There are so many more images but I’ll save them for the beautiful mums xxx


Published by JClydeCreative

Julie Clyde Creative is an international creative artist. Through her artistic works she hopes to bring courage and hope to those who seek it and create conversations around her pieces. Jules sees the beauty in life where others may not and creates images that inspire her clients imaginations and dreams.

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