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Sarah W
Sarah W
Twin mom, Mom of Multiple Multiples, Blogger, Actress, Teacher

Sarah is a proud stay-at-home mom of two sets of twins, Jack and Liam, 6, and Lillian and Mallory, 4. She is originally from Tolland, CT, but has resided in the Boston area since 2001. Prior to becoming a mom, Sarah was an elementary school teacher in Newton, MA for seven years. She and her husband, Ryan currently live in Whitman, MA and Ryan serves as a Chief Engineer in the U.S. Merchant Marine. In addition to being a mom of 4, Sarah enjoys blogging and performing in local theater productions. She's also an avid member of her mothers of multiples group, Keeping Pace with Multiple Miracles based in West Bridgewater, MA.

My Stories

To Separate Twins or Not to Separate—a Difficult Question

As a mother of two sets of twins, one thing that I’ve grappled with since the four of them started school was whether or not to place them in separate...

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Tackling the Stereotypes About Only Children

I am here to be a voice for only children. Growing up the only child of two parents who started their family later in life, I learned at a fairly...

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Identity Crisis: Balancing Work and Family

As we journey through this life, we take on different identities based on our age, our careers, what phase of life we are in, our passions, etc. When you become...

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Family life


Small Gestures

I saw this quote recently and it really resonated with me; “Small gestures mean a lot precisely because they are small. They do not shout, ‘Look at me!’ They simply...

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Motherhood Hacks


Tips for a Sweet Valentine's Day (Even With Covid)

We’ve all had to get creative during these Covid times to keep holiday traditions and activities alive while trying to keep our families safe and healthy. Here are a few...

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Health and Fitness


A Weighty Topic

I recently heard dreaded words come out of my 7-year-old daughter’s mouth, “I think I’m fat.” Anxiety coursed through my veins upon hearing this and questions swirled in my brain: Where is...

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When Your Child Hurts, You Hurt

When your kids hurt, you hurt. There is no greater pain than seeing your child struggle—no matter the capacity—physically, emotionally, academically—all of it. It’s just horrible. For the past couple...

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To Separate or Not To Separate Twins, That is the Question!

First day of school jitters—from what I have seen on social media these past two weeks and from conversations with fellow moms, I have deduced that we moms may have...

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40, Fabulous, and Perfectly Imperfect

40—that number sounded ancient at age 21. And now, here I am, turning 40. Recently, I started to focus on the signs of aging when I looked in the mirror—the...

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Some Tips From Twin Mama

When I was a little girl, I distinctly remember playing with my Cabbage Patch baby dolls and pretending they were twins.Twins seemed like such a novelty—an extreme rarity even—to an...

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Sometimes Mamas Just Need a Good Cry

Moms just need a good cry sometimes. It’s cathartic. It’s necessary. It’s real. I’ve always thought that I needed to be discreet about crying—do it behind closed doors or dry...

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I’m Doing the Best I Can

There are some days as a stay-at-home mom of four young kids that I feel as though I’ve conquered the world and then some—getting things checked off my errand list,...

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The Space Between

There is sometimes a confusing period of time as a new Mom that no one really talks about. I was reminded of this recently when speaking to a mom of...

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Let’s be real—even the super-est of Supermoms crash and burn sometimes. No matter what we see out there on social media from others, it’s important to remember to keep everything...

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“When Is Daddy Coming Home?”

“When is Daddy coming home?” This is such a seemingly simple question in many families with a variety of token answers...”He’ll be home at dinner time.” or “He’ll be home...

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God Bless You

I realize that having big families is not necessarily the norm these days and I realize that having two sets of twins 18-months apart, I will inevitably receive stares and...

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Filling Your Metaphorical Cup

Moms spend a lot of time filling their cups with coffee and other caffeinated beverages, but they can’t forget to fill their metaphorical cups in order to maintain a sense...

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