New Guest Contributor: Twin Town

As a Mum of twins, I recognise how difficult it can be when you arrive at a baby group/café/restaurant/soft play/exercise class that you’ve never been to before, to discover that your (already quite hard!) life is a little bit harder. Perhaps the buggy won’t fit through the entrance, or no one offers to help with a heavy door, maybe the music is too loud and frantic so you feel stressed, there aren’t two highchairs, and to top it off, there’s no twin discount. As a fan of variety I found myself going to lots of different places with my children. Then it occurred to me – perhaps other people would benefit from my ‘knowledge’ of great places to go. That’s when www.twintown.me was born.

twintown is a website designed to make life as a parent of twins in Brighton a little bit easier. From baby & toddler groups that don’t charge you twice ‘Buy one, get one free!’ to cafes that have more than one highchair ‘You’ve got your hands full.’ This is your guide to stuff to do with your ‘double trouble’ in and around Brighton & Hove.

Even if you don’t have twins, it’s still a great resource for places to go, toddler activities to try and exercise groups to take your little one along to. Pop back every month as new things will be added and amended. If you have come across a gem of a class/soft play/cafe that you think should be included please email me: twintownmum@gmail.com or tweet: @twintownmum I’m always looking for new places to suss out.

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About Lucinda Jones

Lucinda is a Brightonian Mum to twin Girlie One and Girlie Two. In her LBB (Life Before Babies) she was an Events Manager and liked to plan everything in advance, (ooh, the irony!) including her busy social life. She's spent her limited spare time, after sleepless nights and coping with twins, researching how to keep them amused in Brighton and has launched a blog to inspire and support other twin parents.

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