I love having twins! I feel very blessed to be able to experience something that is somewhat rare. (Although, the older the twins get, the more people I run into that have twins/is a twin/knows a twin/etc.)
Sure, I guess it's more work. But isn't every additional child more work?
I frequently hear "I don't know how you do it!", "I can't imagining having two!", "I bet you stay busy!".
I admit it; I like the attention to how I handle things. I like people to think that I am doing a great job despite how "difficult" it may be.
But then I started thinking about it; what about all those people out there with more than three kids? How do they do it? Sure twins are work, but isn't each additional child you add to your family more work than the first?
So even though I like people thinking I'm SuperMom, there really are way more SuperMoms out there that don't get as much attention because they had their kids one at a time.
Loving and caring for your kids is a lot of work, but I know a ton of great women that do it well everyday! Way to go, moms (and dads)! :)