I am trying to navigate through this website. I got lots of emails which I need to filter. But where do i start with comments back to the posts.

Good morning, At one of my jobs today.

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    05/29/14
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    After being a police officer - ages ago it seems like, LOl, My twin pregnancy and early delivery; 1 pd 16 oz girl, 2 pd 16 oz boy led to a shift in taking care of and raising them. being available for all the intervention and so on.
    Now I have worked PT in my school district- computer work 12 yrs
    I volunteered 11 years ago to my local FD and became an EMT
    I work PD as an EMT with a large hospital corp.
    Real estate agent, a lot when the twins were little, part time now 18 yrs
    and I have a new business since January 2014 that I want to share with - what I liked
    about it is a person does not have to join at the start or at all to reduced two of their major household bills. And thru a refer and share, all FREE, can get a particular part of those bills for FREE! I am about REDUCE OR FREE AND SHARING THIS. If the business as a stay at home mom works then, I wish this was around years ago when we were struggling financial. Even today I look for ways to reduce certain house hold bills, lol.
    I am about support and staying on top of things, It has been a long time since I was involved in a moms group, did Mother of Twins years ago, but faded away from that.
    It does not hurt to take a look at a FREE program....right?!
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    challenging was all the early intervention schedules they were on. My mom was alive then and helped a lot, especially when I went back to work for a while as a cop.
    The best was...their twin communication and how we connected on that level. I have a few photo memory only pictures in my head, did not have time to get the camera. The best is when I saw Anthony (Ant) show Anisa (Nisa) how to pull herself up and stand in the crib. He showed her twice, never spoke, he grabbed the slats and put one up then the other, grabbed higher then stood up. He looked at her, then plopped down, it was her turn, first try she couldn't get the legs, he showed her again, she almost had it. Third try, as I am peeping around the doorframe, she got it! they plopped down together laughing, and I was crying with emotion. Though they never spoke a word, I said I saw what you did. PRICELESS.
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      About Renee Farrell
      Born: West Hempstead, New York
      Current: West Hempstead, New York
      Birth: February 21
      On Moms.com since: May 28, 2014
      a mom of twins who has been through a lot of struggle in bringing up my kids. But I have gotten to much better times. And I have a lot to share.