About Us

This is the story of a vintage ex-pat mother,  a workaholic golf playing husband, boy/girl twins and a crazy labradoodle – all living in Australia.

The twins have just celebrated their third birthday and the labradoodle his fifth.  We don’t know where the time has gone.  I am still waiting for someone to tell me when it gets easier……..(anyone out there?)

My aim is to improve my writing skills and to share with others the roller coaster ride of bringing up multiples.   There will be laughs, tears and lots of sarcasm, and I can’t promise that I will have any of the answers.   But it will be fun to share this incredible journey with anyone who wants to tag along.

Love is a Labradoodle

Love is a Labradoodle


20 responses

  1. The joys of motherhood! It will get easier…trying at times no doubt! As an empty nester, I do look back and simply smile at it all! Enjoy your journey and I look forward to “tagging” along! Thank you for visiting my blog 🙂 Glad I found yours!

  2. Oh yes. My sentiments exactly! Are either of your two Labradoodles?

  3. your kids are cute, yo gotta to be very happy for having them around you 🙂

  4. So lovely to come across your blog – and thank you for stopping by mine. It’s quickly turning into a personal twin support network. Sheesh. I’m tired. Wait. What day is it?

  5. My hat is off to you and anyone that is raising multiples. I am a grandma and a great grandma. I have 9 almost grown grands and 4 almost 5 great grands. At some point they have all come to stay with grammy and it gets crazy, but fun.
    I will keep following the progress because this could get very interesting.
    Does it get easier? No, it just gets different and you learn to handle the different easier..

  6. Thanks everybody for your support. Yes – it is tiring and hard but well worth it.

  7. Awww, your twins are so very sweet. It all goes by so fast! Thanks for visiting my blog. I will enjoy reading yours!

  8. Your blog just cracks me up! Thanks for reading.

  9. Hi there. I just nominated you for a blog award. I really enjoy your blog.

  10. Thank you. Still enjoying the break away in the highlands and looking forward to catching up with blog reading and writing on my return. No more sightings of the Urbans/Kidmans. Hopefully they are enjoying the country air as much as us.

  11. Such cute babies and I love your doodle too! Looking forward to having a look around your blog. It does get a little easier in some ways (my boys are 4.5) although more challenging in others! xx

  12. Thank you for the follow! I look forward to reading about your journey! I don’t have twins, but I have 4 kids … and sometimes I ask myself the same question, “Does it get easier?” 🙂

  13. Oh my, I am hoping so!

  14. Thanks for following! I’m looking ahead to what you’ve got in store too! 😉 As a fellow Mom of multiples, I keep telling myself I know it’ll get better..still challenging, but less stressful I’m sure! 🙂 lol!

  15. Yes, fellow mums of multiples unite! Tx for following.

  16. Great dog! I wanted a labradoodle, but my husband and I agreed on
    A cockapoo instead. 🙂

  17. All the “oodles” I meet are gorgeous.

  18. I so wish I found your twin blog earlier. My twins are almost 4 and I desperately needed these a couple of years ago for a shoulder to cry on. 😉 Now it’s just fun to share with other twin Mommies. Would love to follow each other and share twin stories. 🙂

  19. Your blog is precious! I should’ve stopped by sooner. Thanks for reading mine =)

  20. I just saw your reply regarding our puppers (techy I am not), hard to believe they are both classified as labradoodles. We call our big girl a lab with a twist of poodle and our little guy a poodle with very minimal lab. As the vet says, their muts! Maybe, but our four-legged kids bring such joy to our lives! 🙂

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