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Imagine you are on your own with twins in 2 baby capsules in the car. You cannot manage to carry both capsules. There is no help around. How would you manage to get both children from the car to the building (eg GP clinic)? You could carry them separately (but have to leave one in the car while you get the other inside). Is it ok to carry them separately? And where would you put them once you got one in the building given you can’t sit and hold them until you have the other!?

Posted anonymously, 10th August 2016

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  • I think a double pram is the safest way.

  • Easiest answer seems to be placing them in a pram. But you could leave one in capsule and carry the other. I’m sure you’re not the first person to have twins so there has to be a solution

  • I always used the pram. I just couldn’t figure any other safe way to do it.

  • I would put one in a carrier and the other in a capsule

  • I’d take a pram or go when I can take somebody with me to help. I’d think the really tricky bit would be a mum with newborn twins and a toddler to juggle.

  • For starters, if I was heading out on my own with twins, I would take their pram and load them from the car into the pram. But you haven’t mentioned this as an option. So doing it your way, I think I would take one baby in the capsule and one in my arms. Any way you do it will be a handful, pram is easiest

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