When I was little I loved the movie the "Three Amigos" now I feel like I live the movie. Everywhere you turn in my home you see little blonde heads moving around. But that brings us a serious question? How do you split up the Three Amigos?
I guess what is interesting is that I never felt like I just have twins and a singleton. Harmon was still very much a little baby when the twins were born. By the time the twins were a year old they followed Harmon like Harmon around like a mother hen. They drive each other crazy but my kids are thicker than thieves!
So what is the problem? Honestly I don't know; but according to many multiples literature and educational experts these guys need to be broken up. So next year as we look at life beyond Miriam (our nanny), we are trying to figure out what to do with everyone. It is likely Harmon will need to change his pre-k program (he has gone pretty far in it and needs to be around more kids who are considered "typical peers"). Rachel could enter special ed pre-k but I don't know if I want her in an enclosed class (like Harm's been in) where she doesn't have peers her age. Than there is Callum. He is doing great but I wonder if he can get potty trained in time to go to the pre-school we want him in.
We found a Montessori program that looks great, but all 3 would stay together in the same class. The lazy mom in me is like this is awesome. Chris drops them off, I pick them up and it is all in one place. But than I worry about how dependent one another is on each other. So that leaves the question, "do we really have to separate them?" It seems so much easier just to have them at one school all together, but I don't know if it is what is best for the little ones. Decisions, decisions!