The Bump Celebrates Twins, Triplets And More!

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ByLeah Rocketto
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Feb 2017
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It’s multiples mayhem! Last night, The Bump hosted a launch party for  _ The Baby Bump Twins and Triplets Edition  _from author (and The Bump editor-in-chief)  Carley Roney.

This event, which took place at buybuy BABY, allowed moms-of-multiples to mingle with each other, and take in some advice from Carley. While they sipped on mocktails from Creative Concepts NYC and snacked on sweets from Dana’s Baker, the moms (and even some husbands) chatted about their experiences and compared pregnancy stories. Their biggest pet peeve: asking if their twins are natural.

“It just offends me,” said Gwendolyn Radsch, an expecting mom-of-multiples. " Like, I don’t ask if your boobs are natural."

Each mom walked away with some new info, and some new swag courtesy of  Summer Infant and aden + anais.

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Thank you to all the moms and multiples who attended last night,. Be on the lookout for  _ The Baby Bump Twins and Triplets Edition _at a Barnes and Noble near you. Or, check out Amazon.com and order yours now!

Are you a mom of multiples? What your biggest piece of advice?

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