Can My Twins Share A Crib?
Yes – twins can share a crib in the beginning. Typically they are OK in the same crib for the first three months. If one or both of your twins are early rollers, then you will want to separate them sooner.
**Crib safety reminder: no bumpers, pillows, blankets or toys in the crib with your babies. Have them lying on their backs facing up.
Jennifer Genel is a renowned twin expert and licensed social worker. She is an associate at Twin Love Concierge, USA’s Premier Twin Specialists. You can follow all of Jen’s ups, downs and everything in-between as she navigates being a parent of twins on her goingtwinsane blog. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and twins, Jake and Rachel.
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