For the seventh time in a row, this mother is having girls-only twins. How the infants are developing

Isla, the eldest of the five children raised by Nadine Robertson, is just four years old. Robertson, 24, is the father of five little children right now.

Twins Olivia and Ivy were born in 2018, whereas newborns Cody and Hazel were only born eleven weeks ago on the same day as their older sister. Naturally, Nadine says, “I simply wing it every day” when carrying both sets of twins. I hope that when I awake, the others will be upbeat and eager to help. I adore it even if it’s insane. Nadine and her husband Phil are unable to explain the circumstance because they do not come from a family of twins.

Doncaster resident Nadine reports that anytime she exits the house, passersby stop her. When they see that I am carrying the other two young kids and the pram is holding two newborns, they always have something to say. It doesn’t seem that unusual to me because I participate in several Facebook groups for twin moms and frequently see people with two sets of twins, but I assume for some people it’s not that common.

In the family’s four-bedroom home, each set of twins shares a room with Nadine’s children, while Isla has a room to herself.

The young mother claims that she is frequently questioned by complete strangers about the behavior of her kids and whether or not they were born via IVF.

I routinely get questions from largely older folks wondering whether I had IVF, which I didn’t, she says.

The first person who questioned me was truly surprised when I had my first set, I said.

Nadine claimed that the intimate questions appeared “weird” to her and at first scared her.

Rate article
Add a comment
For the seventh time in a row, this mother is having girls-only twins. How the infants are developing
A heartfelt first salute from father to son