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Our mission: To enhance the understanding of the unique experience of raising multiples through the exchange of information and engaging with the wider community through fellowship and service opportunities.

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Monthly general meetings give prospective members an opportunity to explore everything FWMoM has to offer. Meetings consist of an engaging activity or presentation, delicious food, a short business meeting, and a chance to chat with other MoMs. Come check us out!

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Amanda Massingill

Amanda and Robert Massingill attended the same high school but did not meet until several years later. After a few years of dating, they married in October of 2012. With the help of Dr. Kaufmann their 4-year-old boy/girl twins Ross and Peyton were born on Mother’s Day of 2017. Two years later Charlotte was born in July of 2019. Ross, Peyton, and Charlotte are so excited about the arrival of their new baby brother or sister in October of 2021! Robert works as a Finance Director for Ernst and Young and Amanda is a Real Estate Broker for Williams Trew Real Estate a local Fort Worth company. Amanda is a native of Fort Worth and a Texas Christian University alumna. Robert and Amanda are members of Christ Chapel Bible Church and enjoy spending time with their family and friends. Ross, Peyton, and Charlotte love being outside, visiting the park, treats after dinner and sleepovers at grandma and grandpa’s house.

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  • 230 members
  • 231 sets of twins
  • 10 sets of triplets
  • 7 members with multiple sets of multiples
  • 105 members with multiples and singleton(s)
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Sponsor spotlight

Having Your Best Birth

There’s a lot beyond our control when it comes to birth but there are things you can do right now to increase the likelihood of having a positive birth experience. A “healthy mom, healthy babies” should be a given, not a goal.

Location, location, location!
There are great studies that show location really matters. In fact, your chance of undergoing surgical intervention during your birth largely depends on the facility you've chosen. So does your chance of having a positive outlook on your birth experience. This means deciding where you’ll have your baby is one of the most important decisions you can make when it comes to preparing for Your Best Birth.

Build Your Best Birth Team
Choosing an OB or midwife you can trust is crucial because feeling safe and secure is vital to the birth process. During your visits, you should be enthusiastically encouraged to ask lots of questions and reassured after each encounter with them.

If you’ve already chosen a provider, and you haven't interviewed them yet, do so. This will help make sure you’ve chosen the right provider for that birth experience you’re planning. Remember, it’s never too late to switch to a provider that feels like a better fit. 

You’ll also want to consider having continuous labor support from someone that understands labor really well as this dramatically increases the likelihood that you’ll feel good about your birth experience. 

In our current healthcare system, this will not be your nurse, OB or even your midwife. For many folks, this support comes from a labor doula. Having a doula with you is the #2 thing you can do to maximize your chance of feeling good about your birth experience.

Out-of-Hospital Birth Class
Finally, attending a childbirth class that isn’t affiliated with or hosted by a hospital correlates with folks feeling like they got what they wanted out of their birth experience, feeling less scared, having a better sense of knowing what to do, and feeling bonded by the experience. Your Best Birth Class™ is designed to do just that (and more) and has been a Fort Worth favorite since 2015.

Want more information? Reach out to Doula Barb at birth | Fort Worth.

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If you are a parent of twins, triplets or quadruplets, FWMoM is the place for you!


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Fort Worth Mothers of Multiples

P.O. Box 123874

Fort Worth, Texas 76121

Fort Worth Mothers of Multiples is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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