They’ve been nine months in the making, but at long last their twins have finally arrived. And as you’d expect, the Daily Mirror is on hand to report on the little bundles!
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New arrivals for (Father First Name) and (Mother First Name)
Dirty nappies and sleepless nights are on the cards for (Father First Name) and (Mother First name) of (Home Town) after the birth of their twins - (1st Baby First Name) and (2nd Baby First Name).
Insiders say the couple are ‘delighted’ at safe arrival of their twins, and that mother and babies are all doing well. Proud dad (Father First Name) has been showing off the bouncing twins to family and friends and taking endless photographs.
Dad, (Father First Name) is also set to celebrate the birth by ‘wetting the babies’ heads’, a traditional celebration that involves inviting friends to a pub for a number of drinks. And with the arrival of two babies – that is a lot of celebrating!
Meanwhile, the proud couple can now expect a tempestuous few months as they care for the new members of their family, and will have to get to grips with issues such as how best to swaddle the infants, and the room temperature of the nursery.
“It’s too warm, that’s why they are crying,” said (Father First Name).
“No, they are crying because it is a bit chilly,” said (Mother First Name).
“Waah,” added the twins.
Other flashpoints include:
Arguments about who is the most tired
Rows over who should change the next set of nappies
Falling out over what is making the twins cry
“They are tired,” said (Father First Name).
“They are hungry,” said (Mother First Name).
“But we’ve only just fed them,” said (Father First Name).
“Waah,” added the twins with even more volume than before.
It’s likely (Father First Name) will feel slightly neglected about this time, and may take to sulking around the house pining for a night out with his mates. (Mother First Name), meanwhile, is sure to be feeling exhausted and isolated and will be prone to spending a lot of time on the sofa, talking on the phone.
Meanwhile, delightful twins (1st Baby First Name) and (2nd Baby First Name) will be bringing unbridled joy into their lives, brightening each day as the couple watch them grow, insisting that they ‘have just smiled’ when in fact it was wind, admiring their ‘tiny feet’ and enjoying their unique ‘baby smell’.
“Watching them sleep is better than television,” (Father First Name) is likely to say, and for the first time since the birth, (Mother First Name) will agree.