By Marissa Donovan

On June 6th, George Clooney and wife Amal became celebrity parents to twins, Alexander and Ella! The celebrity couple discovered they were expecting last February and were very excited when they received the news. Sources told People.com that the actor suggested that he was going to be momentarily absent on the set his upcoming movie Suburbicon. Mr. and Mrs. Clooney will be enjoying the presence of their little boy and girl!

These celebrity babies were long-awaited, and the tabloids are buzzing. What are some ways to prepare for twin versus a single child?

Cupid’s Advice:

Twins come with additional choices to consider when getting ready for children. Consider these parenting tips before your twins arrive:

1. Buy different outfits instead of matching: It is common to see twins in matching outfits, but this is one fashion style that is often expensive. Your best option for daily outfits is to buy different clothing for your twins instead of matching. This gives them collection of choices to wear. Matching clothes are best saved for family photos and special events!

Related Link: Celebrity Maternity Style: Find Out How You Can Be Chic During Pregnancy Like Amal Clooney!

2. Select stroller that is best for you: A baby stroller for twins can come in multiple styles. The side-by-side stroller is a traditional option that has the twins sitting next to each other. A tandem double stroller will have your twins sitting front to back. A double jogger styled stroller has the similar make up of a side-by-side, but are more durable for rocky paths and exercise. Each stroller has their special features, but you need to decide which make the most sense for your lifestyle.

Related Link: Parenting Tips: How To Cope With Stress

3. Become a list person: Before your little ones come into the world, become a list person. Start writing down your goals in how you plan to organize their nursery, meals, and supplies. One you have your list of tasks, break them down into categories and each month try to tackle what seems ideal for your current schedule. Once your twins come, you’ll already be prepared for their arrival and have a new list ready for parenting them!

Do you have any tips to prepare for twins? Leave your advice in the comments!