' Do we look like each other? Well, I don't agree. I know my twin brother looks much more like me!' With insight, wit and love, Deborah Niland has captured perfectly all the joys and challenges of a two-toddler household.
A Contented House with Twins unites the UK?s leading baby expert, Gina Ford, and the highly regarded television presenter Alice Beer, a mother of twin girls. Discovering you are expecting twins is both an exciting and a thoroughly terrifying prospect. Within weeks of the arrival of her beautiful daughters, Alice found that sh... read more
Although everone experiences unexpected challenges with the arrival of a new baby, the parents of twins face their own unique sets of joys and frustrations. As the parent of three children under the age of six, including three-year-old fraternal twins, Dagmara Scalise knows firsthand just how daunting that all-important first... read more
|Author:||Christina Baglivi Tinglof|
This definitive guide brings together all you need to know about parenting twins, triplets or more, from conception right up to adulthood. Written in association with Tamba, the Twins & Multiple Births Association, it's from an acknowledged expert on the subject: as a GP, health writer and mother of teenaged twins, Dr Car... read more
When Louise and Katrina discovered they were having twins, both had the same thought once they recovered from the shock: buy a book that explains what to expect in order to get organised and to prepare emotionally and physically for the anticipated upheaval to their lives. When they couldn't find such a text, they decided to ... read more
On 22 December 2004, at a routine ultrasound dating scan, Jackie Clune was told just that. She had not undertaken any fertility treatment - indeed the pregnancy was 'an accident' as her daughter was under a year old at the time. She and her partner were going from one child to four in almost a single bound.
Thrown headl... read more
'Now in a third edition, the best-selling guide on multiple births, Having Twins - and More, covers everything from conception through childhood. With ongoing advances in assisted reproduction, increasing numbers of women are having twins, triplets, and more, and they\'re having them later in life. Having Twins
You're expecting more than one baby? Congratulations! Effective, encouraging, and up-to-date, "When You're Expecting Twins, Triplets, or Quads" is essential for you and your babies. Like all mothers-to-be, you're experiencing the full spectrum of human emotions: joy, fear, confusion, and excitement - maybe all at once. As a w... read more
From maintaining a healthy twin pregnancy to meeting the daily challenge of caring for twins, this book guides families through each stage with tips, practical advice, useful resources, and inspirational stories.
Addresses the questions and concerns of parents, covering the earliest stages of a multiple-birth pregnancy and the first year of life. This book provides information on pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum experience, from adequate nutrition levels when eating for three and pre-term delivery to feeding schedules and raising ... read more
Travel to Twoland where two friends can be double the fun fun!!
|Author:||Christina Baglivi Tinglof|
From a mother of 10-year-old twins, this is your guide to navigating the issues of raising multiples as they enter the school years. For every multiple that graduates from diapers and cribs to science fair projects and double-dating, there's a parent facing a whole new host of concerns. Based on extensive research and dozens ... read more
Charlotte and Simon like none of the same things: Charlotte likes building things and Simon loves knocking them over; Simon runs where Charlotte walks; on the see-saw, one goes up and the other goes down... But despite their differences they still love each other very much.