Dad’s Guide to Twins

When you find out that you are expecting twins, you are in total shock. Your mind races with a million questions and you start to stress out about what to do to get ready. This is completely natural and you’re not alone. I know, I’ve been there.

In fact, we {and our doctor} thought we were having one baby until a 21 week ultrasound proved otherwise. Turns out, my dominant twin {who still is very much like that today} was hiding the other and their heartbeats were going at the same rate. Talk about blindsided – but incredibly and happily blessed with the news.

Dad’s Guide to Twins provides money-saving tips, outlines your preparation options, and eliminates common surprises that accompany every twin pregnancy and the early days of newborn twins.

From the author: “They don’t give you a special “twin dad book” at the hospital, so I wrote this book to help fathers survive the twin pregnancy and truly be prepared for newborn twins.” 

In this book, you will learn:

  • preparations you must make for your newborn twins
  • answers to “How am I going to pay for all of this?”
  • recommended twin supplies and gear: what you should get and what you don’t need
  • real-life twin dad experiences that you can learn from
  • valuable mindsets to help conquer the overwhelm of twins
  • brutal challenges twin dads must face and how to endure
  • happy things to look forward to
  • nagging frustrations that you can minimize or avoid
  • the reality of surviving the twin pregnancy

Dr. Khanh-Van Le-Bucklin, M.D., author of “Twins 101″: “The “Dad’s Guide to Twins” is the first book written by a father of twins for fellow fathers of multiples. The book is packed with practical advice, from a father’s perspective, on preparing for and raising twins. There is a hefty dose of humor which makes the book fun and easy to read. Mothers of multiples will learn from and enjoy reading this book as well. I highly recommend this book for expectant fathers of multiples.”

Let’s not forget about Dad’s when it comes to prepping for the twinadoes. This book would make an excellent gift for that Dad-to-be, for a Christmas gift or anytime of the year – 1 in 30 births were multiples in 2009 {according to statistics Canada}, though I’m pretty certain those statistics are higher this last year.

Dad’s Guide to Twins is $17.97 {or $15.97 for e-book}, and you can purchase here.

2012 Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway

Two of my readers are going to get a copy of Dad’s Guide to Twins!

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Comments

  1. I would love to win this for my husband – we are currently expecting twins and he is *so* excited. I just know he’d love to have it.

    • Tammi says:

      Congrats Danielle!! I’m excited for this giveaway, I get to meet more M.O.M’s!!
      Good luck!

  2. Thanks for hosting this giveaway of my book. I look forward to meeting the winners!

  3. Lisa C. says:

    I would love to win this for our close friends who are expecting twins.

  4. Erica says:

    I want to win this for my hubby! We have twins coming in the Spring!

  5. to my cousin

  6. My brother in law. He just got twins!

  7. Heather says:

    Fantastic book…wish I had had it for my twins!!!

  8. susan varney says:

    my oldest son- he and his wife have twins

  9. Daniel M says:

    for my friend who’s expecting twins

  10. Stacey Rothrock Steinfeld says:

    I should get my husband to write a book like this. We have 5 yro B/G twins and he has a ton of advice and stories.

  11. Ingrid says:

    I’d love to win it for my at work library.
    I work in a high-risk pregnancy unit and we have a lot of multiples.

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