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After becoming frustrated with people’s questions about her twin babies, this mum took to Instagram to air her feelings…

Mum’s Instagram post on twin babies goes viral: “People keep asking the same questions - it’s exhausting”

by Kayleigh Dray |
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Annie Nolan, 26, is a mother of two-year-old twin girls, Cheska and Delphine.

And, while she absolutely adores her babies, she definitely doesn’t adore all the questions that come with being a mum of twins.

Revealing that she finds it exhausting being asked the same things over and over again, the mum-of-three took to Instagram to share a few choice words with those who are curious about twins.

She wrote firmly: “I REALLY wanted to leave these signs on the pram today.

“As a twin mum, you get asked a series of questions/hear a series of statements EVERY TIME you go out.

“I know most people are coming from a great place and are just curious however many can be quite intrusive and after a while it's just plain exhausting.

“And since I was heading into the city, I knew the questions would be coming thick and fast... but I chickened out on the train and took them off!”

Check it out:

In the post, her gorgeous baby girls hold up two signs which answer all of the most commonly asked questions that mums of twins receive.

They read: “Yes, they are twins.

“Yes, both girls.

“No, not identical.

“Yes, I know they look alike though.

“Yes, I’m sure they aren’t identical.

“Conceived by f**king.

“Born via C-section.

“You have twins in your family? Great.

“They don’t run in my family.

“Yes, my hands are full (sometimes with two glasses of wine just to get through.

“Yes, triplets would be harder.”


However, before anyone starts to worry, Annie has made it perfectly clear that the sign is intended to be tongue-in-cheek.

The Uncanny Annie blogger said firmly: "I also feel blessed. Talking about my children is my absolute favourite topic!

"It was not literal at all [and] not something I actually did.

“It was more a joke for twin parents to relate to and have a laugh about.”

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