4 Biggest Myths About Multiples — Debunked (WATCH!)

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ByKylie McConville
Updated
Mar 2017
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For any mom-to-be, motherhood comes with a million questions — and for moms expecting multiples , it’s the same thing!

Moms carrying multiples, have you ever wondered if you have to plan on a C-section delivery? How much food should you be eating? How do the babies share the nutrients in utero? Will one baby go hungry? Should you worry about the babies kicking each other?

Now, what about when the babies are born? Do they need a schedule? What should it look like? And how do you handle the ups and downs of every day life with multiples?

If you’ve found yourself asking these questions — we’ve got the video for you! The Bump editor-in-chief Carley Roney has the answers and advice you have been looking for! Carley went on the Today show to talk to moms about  the biggest myths surrounding multiples, their pregnancies, their routines and what to expect from life with more than one baby!

Check it out:

Are you a mom of multiples? What’s the biggest myth you heard?

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