The #1 Resource & Support Network for Parents of Twins
After Natalie Diaz had her twins in 2004, she was shocked by the lack of resources available to families of multiples. Magazines, websites, and television shows all seemed to focus on “singleton” families. As a full-time mom, Natalie vowed that once her twins started Kindergarten, if no one had started giving twin families access to more information, she would do it herself. So proudly in the fall of 2009, after no one had organized twin parents, Natalie got on a soapbox and started a twin parenting revolution called Twiniversity. She wanted to make ONE website that parents of multiples could turn to for information and community. With the mission of connecting, educating and making parents see the comical side of having twins, Twiniversity succeeds tenfold.
Now reaching over 2 million families a year in over 150 countries, Twiniversity is the largest global resource for all things “twinnie”. With worldwide recognition in her field, Natalie Diaz brings her twin parenting expertise to our online resource, our parent to parent forums, our live and online expecting twins classes, our social media channels, and her bestselling book “What To Do When You’re Having Two“, the #1 bestseller on Amazon for Twins & Multiples Parenting.
Nat hasn’t done it alone; with her Mom Squad at her side, Twiniversity is supporting our families 24/7.
The Mom Squad
Natalie Diaz, The Big Cheese
Founder. Author. Group Publisher. Dishwasher Slayer. Cat Midwife.
Natalie Diaz is the Pied Piper of twin families around the globe. Founding Twiniversity — the world’s leading support network for multiple birth families — in 2009, she’s become the global influencer for this small niche community. Reaching over a million families a week through Twiniversity’s Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube channels, moms and dads of twins flock to Twiniversity to find resources, ask questions, explore new products, and find community and support from other twin parents. Natalie is a true connector, bringing parents from all walks of life together, breaking past cultural differences, to share in the highs and lows of parenting twins. Natalie’s book, “What To Do When You’re Having Two” is a global bestseller in Twins & Multiples Parenting.
Julie is Twiniversity’s “Wizard Behind the Curtain”, serving as Editor-in-Chief of Twiniversity.com, Account Manager, and Instructor for Chicago Twiniversity classes. Julie is a full-time working mother to twin boys, born on Halloween. She loves serving as a resource and support for new parents, soon-to-be parents, and we-want-desperately-to-be parents. Julie is proud to be a certified child passenger safety technician, and the Twiniversity Resident Songstress/Jingle Writer.
Lauren is a NY mom to 4 girls, including one set of twins. Lauren has been a part of Twiniversity from the very beginning after she met Natalie at a New York State Mother of Twins Club meeting. She really connected with her fellow twin parents after spending 20 days in the NICU with her twins after they were born. In her “previous life” she was a Foster Care Caseworker, helping children in foster care find stable homes. Lauren continues to support families, just now it’s families having twins or more across the globe. “I am a soccer/basketball/softball/
Kimberly Brogan, Twitter Manager
Kimmy Brogan is an avid user of social media and has a college degree in Communications. She is currently a stay at home mommy to her fraternal twin girls. She was born and raised in New England and has no plans to leave. She is also a fire wife as her husband is a full time Firefighter in Massachusetts. Her family and her husbands family were neighbors when they were kids; they’ve known each other their whole lives. Kimmy has been extreme couponing for the last three years and very much loves a good bargain! She taught herself after realizing how expensive twins were. She’s never paid full price for a pack of diapers since. Kimmy has been interested in the twin community since the day she found out she was unexpectedly expecting two. Her main goal is to make sure no twin mom feels alone on her journey to having twins. There’s always someone who has gone through what you’re going through.
Laura Birks, Facebook Manager
Laura Birks is a freelance writer and essayist. She lives in New Jersey with her twin boys, a dog, a couple of cats and a husband. When she’s not doling out medicine or cleaning up vomit, she is writing. Her house is in a constant state of disarray and the laundry is never put away. She likes to pretend she is superwoman but the truth is, she is a mere mortal with a messy house. Find her on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest
Rasheena Moss, Mentor Program Manager
Rasheena and her husband, Kevin, are New York City natives who traded in their MetroCards for a minivan in the suburbs once their fraternal twin boys arrived in February 2016. As a stay-at-home-mom, Rasheena enjoys finding local activities for her boys to take part in such as Mommy & Me Yoga, music classes and Story Time at their local library. She’s also developed new hobbies of making healthy food fun for her family and baking sweet treats in moderation! She attributes her love for research and strong village of friends, family and moms from all walks of life to her strength and wisdom of raising wise gentlemen. When Rasheena has a mommy break, she enjoys shopping at TJ Maxx, HomeGoods and Marshall’s. You can say combing the racks is her therapy and exercise!!!
Maigen Beaulieu is a former child care provider turned Blog-At-Home Mom of 1 year old identical twin girls, Juliette and Vivienne. She lives in upstate NY with her husband, the twinsters and their two cats, Boots and WIllow. When she’s not wrangling the twins or blogging she can be found drinking wine and researching her family history. She can be reached via her blog Life and Love. Multiplied, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For articles by Maigen on Twiniversity, click here.
Megan Carpenter, OTR/L, SCFES has been an occupational therapist for 9 years with 7 years of experience in pediatrics at United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham. Megan is married and is also a mother of young twin girls who constantly keep her busy but fill her life with much joy. Both of her girls experienced severe reflux as infants, and as a result, Megan has turned her professional focus to pediatric feeding, eating and swallowing, and she has earned the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Specialty Certification for Feeding, Eating and Swallowing. Megan can be contacted at with any questions related to OT. For articles by Megan on Twiniversity, click here.
Lorraine Conforti is a proud new mom of twin boys and pet-parent of two cats and a dog. Being both conservative and artistic, she describes herself as “a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll.” She enjoys the arts, music, writing, and had performed in a Blues/Rock band with her Husband for several years. She is also passionate about health and fitness and has held certifications for nutrition and Personal Training, and has earned a BS Degree in Healthcare Management. For articles by Lorraine on Twiniversity, click here.
Stefani Zimmerman Drake is a wife, twin mom and lover of rescue dogs. As a strategic communications consultant who runs her own business in Charleston, South Carolina, Stefani and her husband spend their time capturing all the sweet moments of their girls, while always dreaming about their next big adventure. You can follow their adventures online or via Instagram stories.
Crystal Duffy is an author, motivational speaker and Mommy to three little girls—Abby (6) and identical twin girls Katie and Lauren (4). She is the author of her memoir, Twin to Twin, detailing her high-risk twin pregnancy. She’s also the co-chair for the Parent Advisory Council for the NICU at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, TX. Connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and her blog The Duffy Diary. For articles by Crystal on Twiniversity, click here.
Alyssa Keel has worked as a social worker in both Canada and the U.S. for several years. Living in Toronto, Alyssa is a single mum to a rambunctious six-year-old boy and amazing four-year-old identical twin girls, one of whom has Cerebral Palsy. During her high-risk mono-mono twin pregnancy, Alyssa began blogging, an extension of her love of writing. Alyssa loves taking photos and impromptu dance parties with her kids. Follow Alyssa and her family’s adventures at adventureswithmultiples.com. For articles by Alyssa on Twiniversity, click here.
Mallory Kerley is a first-time mom to three-year-old identical twin boys. No, twins do not run in her family, yes she’s sure they are identical, yes her hands are full. She lives on Long Island with her husband, works full-time as a public relations professional for a non-profit organization and still has no idea what she’s doing with this whole parenting thing. She fancies herself a photographer in her spare time and just decided to do it as a side hustle (but of course doesn’t have any great photographs of herself). You can see her photos on Facebook at Twin Fox Photos.
Isabelle Lee is a British mom to 9-year-old boy/girl twins. She lived in California with her husband and twins for four years and moved back to the UK in 2016, settling in the North of England. When she isn’t being a chauffeur/carer/cook/cleaner she writes for Twiniversity, Tamba (the UK’s multiple birth charity), Huffington Post, and on her blog perplexedparent.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @perplexedparent or on Facebook.
Daniele Parris is a work-from-home mom to an upbeat eight year-old boy and three-year-old boy-girl twins. She lives in the suburbs of New York City and has degrees in Fine Arts and Philosophy from New York University. She makes her living in the Healthcare industry and spends most of her time with her boisterous Italian family, trying to get a word in edgewise. Her hobbies include cooking and baking, an unholy knowledge of 80’s hair-metal bands and trying, albeit almost always in vain, to guess the monetary value of the items on Antiques Roadshow. For articles by Daniele on Twiniversity, click here
Joe Rawlinson is the father of four children, two boys and identical twin girls. He is the author of two books for fathers of twins, “Dad’s Guide to Twins: How to Survive the Twin Pregnancy and Prepare for Your Twins” and “Dad’s Guide to Raising Twins: How to Thrive as a Father of Twins.” You can find more tips and tricks for preparing for and raising your twins at dadsguidetotwins.com. For articles by Joe on Twiniversity, click here.
Camila Servello is a MoM of beautiful identical twin girls born at 28 weeks. Originally from Brazil, she’s lived in the US since 2001. Her personal life completely took off in 2014 when she became a Flight Attendant and met her husband, a then-passenger, on one of her flights. Now, they’re happily married and navigating this crazy world of multiples together. She lives in Upstate NY with her husband, Rick, her twin girls, River and Lydia, and their needy dog, Zelda. When she’s not taking care of passengers at the airport for one of the largest airlines in the world, she’s writing on her personal blog, Confessions of a Working Mom of Twins or taking care of her girls. She’s very open about struggling with Bipolar I and her experience with it paired with Postpartum Depression. For articles by Camila on Twiniversity, click here.
Amber Shawver and her husband, George, are the proud parents of girl-boy-girl-boy quadruplets who debuted in 2012. In an effort to maintain professional skills and a stitch of sanity, Amber continues to practice school psychology part-time. She finds that her professional training and experience are often handy managing the quads at home. In her spare time, Amber chronicles life raising quadruplets on her blog, Four to Adore. You’ll also find Four to Adore on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. For articles by Amber on Twiniversity, click here.
Kerri Stern is an educator living in Los Angeles. She and her husband are happily raising their 3 year old identical twin boys with a lot of love while maintaining a sense of humor at all times! For articles by Kerri on Twiniversity, click here.
Melissa Titus taught in the public school system for ten years. She is currently taking a break from the education field to stay home with her boy/girl twins born in July 2016. During nap time, Melissa loves to write, bake using her great grandmother’s recipes, support others still in the midst of infertility, and drink her coffee while it’s still hot.