Greeting Cards for Families with Twins and Multiples

If you’re a parent of multiples, you’ve probably been frustrated at the lack of greeting cards that depict twins. Says Angelice Tyson, “As a mother of two-year-old twins, I have experienced the frustration and disappointment of not finding a card to give from my twins to friends and loved ones.” And so she solved her problem by creating her own company, Gemini Greetings, which makes cards for families with multiples. Angelice notes, “As my twins attend numerous parties for playmates, spend holidays with family or just want to send a card to their Nana, they will now have something to choose from . . . and so will other families with multiples.” Her beautiful cards depict twins and triplets in all sorts of variations (different hair colors and ethnicities), and are available for birthdays, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Valentine’s Day. And she’s making more designs for more occasions all the time. The cards are very reasonably priced, and cost even less if you buy them by the box. They’re blank inside, so you can customize them by hand or on the computer. You can even make the birthday cards into invitations for your multiples’ birthday party! I strongly encourage you to check out Gemini Greetings’ line of cards for multiples at www.geminigreetings.com.

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About Susan Heim

Susan M. Heim is an author and editor, specializing in multiples, parenting, women’s and Christian issues. Her books include "Boosting Your Baby's Brain Power"; "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Twins and More"; "It’s Twins! Parent-to-Parent Advice from Infancy Through Adolescence"; "Twice the Love: Stories of Inspiration for Families with Twins, Multiples and Singletons"; and, "Oh, Baby! 7 Ways a Baby Will Change Your Life the First Year." Upcoming books include "Chicken Soup for the Soul: All in the Family," "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Women," and "Moms of Multiples' Devotions to Go." Susan's articles and essays have appeared in many books, magazines and Web sites. She is a member of the National Association of Women Writers and the Southeastern Writers Association, and has a degree in Business Administration from Michigan State University. Susan lives with her husband and four sons (two teenagers and twin grade-schoolers) in Florida.