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It's no secret that raising two babies at once has its challenges, but with the right preparation you can conquer fears for good. You Can Two! delivers essential information and practical prep strategies to get expecting parents ready for the joys of twinfancy.
From mental and emotional prep to feeding, and everything in between, this action-oriented guide covers the broad spectrum of how to tackle the first few months after your babies arrive. Complete with real advice and encouraging anecdotes from parents who have been there, You Can Two! is a go-to reference to remember that you can do this.
Get ready for two heartbeats, 20 fingers, and 20 toes, with step-by-step prep that guarantees you'll be ready for whatever comes your way, from gathering gear for your hospital bag to teaching your tiny humans to eat and sleep. You'll also get insider techniques from other twin parents, along with stories for reassurance and inspiration.
Whether you were hoping for twins, or are still staring in disbelief at an ultrasound with two heartbeats, You Can Two! gives you the confidence to head into twin parenting with excitement - not fear.
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- Rachel Cubic
Pushy About Breastfeeding
I had to stop listening to this book part way through because I felt like the authors were too pushy about breastfeeding; they mention that fed is best but then they spend an extremely large amount of time talking about breast feeding in detail. I am not able to breastfeed due to a medical condition and the large amount of time spent hammering on the ins and outs of breastfeeding while only mentioning formula feeding in passing made me feel shamed and isolated
- Anonymous User
Good introductory reading
The book is good but more of an introductory read. Some of the examples are also too aspirational. The book also mainly focuses on breastfeeding mothers.