In this bonus podcast episode, Nat chats with Tiffany Zarone, a mom of 2-year-old twins, who lives on Staten Island, NY. Tiffany contracted COVID-19 in mid-March 2020, just as the outbreak in the tristate area was getting into full swing. This is the story of what she learned during her COVID-19 quarantine away from her then 15-month-old twins for 2 weeks.
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My COVID-19 Quarantine Without My Toddler Twins
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Tiffany Zarcone is the mother of 2-year-old fraternal twins and works as a physical therapist. She loves running with the girls and dog in tow, hiking, and being outdoors. You can find Tiffany at manhattanptandpain.com, cliftonphysio.com, and matawanpt.com, and on Instagram @manhattanphysicaltherapy, @cliftonphysicaltherapy, @matawan_pt, and @tiffzarcone.
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Tiffany’s top 3 pieces of twin mom advice
Schedule is key in the beginning! Baby wearing is a life saver. Accept that things will be messy and life will be different for a bit. (If I have more time I can work on this more)
Here is what Tiffany wants you to take away from this podcast
You cannot control everything and that’s ok. It was the hardest to be away from my girls with Covid-19 quarantine, but it also made me think about how I wanted to be intentional and present when I was with them. It was a forced breather where I got to step back and reflect on the past year (a blur!) and also think about how I wanted to change moving forward.
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