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What to Do When You're Having Two: The Twins Survival Guide from Pregnancy Through the First Year #2020

What to Do When You re Having Two The Twins Survival Guide from Pregnancy Through the First Year The creator of Twiniversity delivers the ultimate survival guide for parents of twinsThe rate of twin births has risen percent over the last three decades and continues to increase A mom of frater

  • Title: What to Do When You're Having Two: The Twins Survival Guide from Pregnancy Through the First Year
  • Author: NatalieDiaz
  • ISBN: 9781583335154
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • What to Do When You're Having Two: The Twins Survival Guide from Pregnancy Through the First Year By NatalieDiaz, The creator of Twiniversity delivers the ultimate survival guide for parents of twinsThe rate of twin births has risen 79 percent over the last three decades, and continues to increase A mom of fraternal twins and a national guru on having two, Natalie Diaz launched Twiniversity, a supportive website with advice from the twin trenches.What to Do When You re Having Two isThe creator of Twiniversity delivers the ultimate survival guide for parents of twinsThe rate of twin births has risen 79 percent over the last three decades, and continues to increase A mom of fraternal twins and a national guru on having two, Natalie Diaz launched Twiniversity, a supportive website with advice from the twin trenches.What to Do When You re Having Two is the definitive how to guide to parenting twins, covering how to make a Birth Plan checklist, sticking to one sleep schedule, managing double duty breastfeeding, stocking up on all the necessary gear, building one on one relationships with each child, and .Accessible and informative, What to Do When You re Having Two is the must have manual for all parents of twins.

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    1. It s super hard to rate this book because my twins aren t here yet It took me a very long time to finish reading this because certain sections chapters were pretty overwhelming and I had to put the book down for days, weeks at a time Despite my cowardice, I applaud Diaz for including the good, the bad, and the ugly Regardless of how overwhelming certain passages were, I need to know this stuff I d actually like to read it a second time before the twins arrive I really like that it s not a mammot [...]

    2. This book was super practical and efficient in getting me great information fast, without being too redundant Like many books of its form though, I m sure you have to recognize that Diaz experience could be very different from your own, and it isn t a guaranteed fix for everything you will experience with twins.I m excited to see how much of it holds true for me

    3. Would be a good book if you never had kids before and lived in the USA Since i had a kid before a lot of chapters were nothing new to me so not very interesting and the chapters specifically on twins were rare, i could have just googled it.Lots of references to organisations, shops, etc in the USA so basically a niche book for first time parents living in the USA

    4. I think the writer makes a lot of assumptions in the early part of the book, or else she was trying to be funny and the humor fell flat Also, if you don t know about labor and delivery, you shouldn t rely on this book for extensive information What was helpful, however, was the chapter about what you need to buy two of and what you can get away with one of I also felt the repeated mentions of her website was a little much by the end.

    5. Took lots of notes Will definitely be using some of the resources from the twiniversity website as well Overall very helpful and doesn t dwell too much on the scary stuff like some other books I ve read.

    6. It felt of a marketing book than an insightful read But I do admit she helped in knowing what sort of items are needed at some point And looking for something similar.

    7. For the first half of the book I am disliking it, she is trying to be funny and it doesn t resonate with me I m also very disappointed by the apparent lack of moral and virtue she is reflecting For example she promotes the idea of returning items to shops for refund even if bought from somewhere else, provided that they don t ask for a receipt For 2 times she favors bribery to nurses and hospital staff as she says bribery will get you everywhere That s too mean This is repeated again towards the [...]

    8. This book was the most enjoyable of the ones I ve read The author is sarcastic and funny She has a great companion website as well The quote that is most resonating with me at 26 weeks is Wow, twins That will be so hard for you How will you manage My friend Sheila had twins and she didn t sleep than an hour a night for the first two years I ll go ahead and assume that these people mean well, but that doesn t really make this stuff any easier for you to hear Completely ignore these comments as m [...]

    9. If you know someone who is having twins, PLEASE buy them this book I didn t read it until my twins were about a month old, but there was still some valuable information for me I learned that recipes for homemade gripe water exist and that there is a way to safely co swaddle twins I learned that I will have to ask everyone for help And I almost started crying when I read Parents in general can always find something to feel guilty about, and that goes double for parents of twinsLet it go Decide ri [...]

    10. A lot of pregnancy and parenting books are just a bunch of crap you already know, or could guess at, repeated ad nauseum My wife and I agreed this was the best book we read about twin pregnancy Not only is Natalie funny and relatable but she gets to the point with practical advice about what is different with twins, what you might try, what worked for her or other people on her website, and she gives a good overview of what to buy including what you ll need 1 of, and what you ll need 2 of.None o [...]

    11. This book has a lot of good information, as well as a lot of useless information and way too many failed attempts at humor I didn t care for the way this book along with every other child care book I ve read was wrote with the assumption that you are in a long term stable relationship with an extremely loving and involved partner and you have endless amounts of money Not everyone is lucky enough to be in that situation and to be reminded of it constantly while reading these books is hurtful and [...]

    12. A good overview, but most of the info included I already had from other sources and this book didn t really offer me anything new I also didn t find it very entertaining or witty where as Double Time by Jane Roeper was an engaging read This book may be a good start, but you will probably find yourself wanting to delve further into most topics pregnancy, sleep training, cloth diapering for two, etc When You re Expecting Twins, Triplets, or Quads by Barbara Luke is far in depth I plan on checking [...]

    13. Not very impressed with this read Be aware that this book is completely a personal account no one with a medical background or professional license in the area of prenatal pregnancy was part of the authoring of this book I am still pregnant with my twins but I have older children and I found many of the author s recommendations over the top and unnecessary Read When You re Expecting Twins, Triplets, and Quads OR Mothering Multiples by LaLeche League if you are looking for some supported and prov [...]

    14. It was a helpful read She had a good sense of humor that I enjoyed It s difficult for a book to address all the different circumstances people face I wish it talked about life with twins when you have other children and balancing that aspect, but it would definitely be helpful for first time parents.

    15. Written in a tone I could appreciate with just the right balance of technicality and practicality There were some scary ish parts, but the book felt as if it was aiming to be real, rather than oh my gosh it s the end of the world threatening unlike some others I ve paged through recently.

    16. This book fills in all the blanks covering pregnancy through the first year with twinnies With real very helpful stories and tips and tricks from the front line, this is a MUST READ for any twin parents or twin parents to be.

    17. This book is such a great twin intro The author is down to earth, writes in a conversational tone, and is honest without being scary I highly recommend this comprehensive overview for soon to be twin moms.

    18. Ok book Will induce anxiety Makes it seem like the first year will be hell And you need to buy a lot of stuff to get thru it I have found positive reads I d rather focus on the positive.

    19. My favorite of the twin books The most well organized, with all the important twin topics, and lots of handy lists and resources Good tips on taking time for yourself, and for your marriage Also, I liked the writer s tone not too snarky, not too deathly serious.

    20. Not for me It s a decent book, but only really useful if you re a first time mom or want the cliff notes version of a twin pregnancy.

    21. Lots of advice Includes product suggestions, feeding, sleeping, checklists, etc Good narration style Made having twins seem doable and less overwhelming Would read again and recommend to others.

    22. A must read for anyone having twins Natalie doesn t sugarcoat anything but presents the information in a calm, reassuring way.

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