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Not 10, but 20 fingers and 20 toes!
The classic guide to parenting twins-now completely updated and revised!

You're excited to hear your baby's heartbeat during the ultrasound. But what happens when you hear two heartbeats instead of one? Having a baby can cause any parent to feel overwhelmed, and with twins those concerns are multiplied by two. Having twins is a unique exp
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by McGraw-Hill
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Purposely Vague
Nov 13, 2009 Purposely Vague rated it liked it
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I think this would be a valuable book for those expecting twins or with very young twins. Though the book does go through the school years, it really just touches upon the first school years (and does have helpful advice for those, like whether twins should be placed in the same class or not), but wasn't really helpfully to me with middle school aged twins.
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Jan 27, 2013 Elaine rated it liked it
It may be updated, but there were still some very outdated things in this book. Also, this was just the very basics about raising twins, and a lot could be applied to raising one child. Nothing really stood out in this one, but a good basic book to start with.
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Mar 22, 2010 Amy rated it liked it
some good advice, but after two books I think I am learning that MOST of what I learn will be on the job :>)
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As a freelance journalist for more than 20 years, Christina started her career as a travel writer. Her travel features have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Boston Herald, and Westways magazine. Her first travel guide, Northern Italy: A Taste of Trattoria, now out of print, was the inspiration for her new travel series, Chow Italy.

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