What to Do When You're Having Two
The Twins Survival Guide From Pregnancy Through the First YearBook - 2013
There's no doubt that having twins is challenging. First, there's the pregnancy. But after the twins arrive, the real work begins- coordinating sleep schedules, feeding two babies at the same time, buying five hundred diapers a month while saving enough to send two kids to college in eighteen years, and maintaining your own sanity throughout. But it's also incredibly rewarding - if you're well prepared!
In What to Do When You're Having Two , national twins guru and founder of Twiniversity (and mom of twins herself!) Natalie Diaz provides a no-holds-barred resource about life with twins, from pregnancy and birth all the way through your duo's first year of life.
Funny, reassuring, and full of stories and advice, this life-saving book covers-making a birth plan checklist overcoming the challenges of premature delivery and the NICU sticking to one sleep schedule double-duty breastfeeding must-have gear, including a guide to double strollers keeping your sanity and your finances under control building one-on-one relationships with each child early
Packed with tried-and-true tips from the trenches, this is the must-have survival guide for parents of twins.
'Having one baby is hard enough, but two?! It's wonderful to finally have a book of real advice for real moms from a fabulous mom of twins whom I respect greatly.' Rosie Pope, Founder of Rosie Pope Maternity and Momprep, and author of Mommy IQ
'Natalie's breadth of knowledge and experience makes you feel as if you are reading Consumer Reports and listening to Dr. Oz and Suze Orman all rolled into one wonderfully entertaining book. With heartfelt compassion, humor, and honesty, this book will empower you through your hectic and happy first year with twins.' Joan Friedman, PH. D., author of Emotionally Healthy Twins
'This book will help you manage your life and preserve your sanity so you can enjoy the miracle of parenthood and have time to bond with your little ones.' Priscilla Dunstan, author of Calm the Crying