Twin Sense: A Sanity-Saving Guide to Raising Twins -- From Pregnancy Through the First Year (Google eBook)

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, Sep 10, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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Although everyone 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 year can be. Now, in Twin Sense, she offers real-world advice on dealing with the many issues that arise when caring for newborn twins. Concise and easy to follow, this book shows harried parents everything they need to know, including: baby-proofing • stocking up on what they really need • preparing and involving previous children • breast-feeding two babies at once • making errands possible • getting through the night • bathing the babies • traveling with twins • keeping the peace • responding to probing questions about having twins • and much more! Filled with lively anecdotes and practical advice, this is a true insider's guide that will make raising twins a pleasure.
  

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User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

Good info, but a lot of this is the same advice you'd give to a parent of a single kid. What I really liked was the advice on what to get two of and what to not bother with--it's different for twins ... Read full review

Review: Twin Sense: A Sanity-Saving Guide to Raising Twins -- From Pregnancy Through the First Year

User Review  - Julianne Hyatt - Goodreads

amazing. i feel so much more at ease after having read this. thank you!!! Read full review

Contents

MANAGING THE BASICS
65
LEAVING THE HOUSE
105
LIFE AFTER BABYHOOD
149
Resources
187
Index
193
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About the author (2008)

Dagmara Scalise (Chicago, IL) is the author of The Everything Health Guide to PMS. She is an award-winning journalist, researcher, and former educator who has written many how-to guides for healthcare and business leaders.

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