Bringing Home Twins is for moms looking for practical, step-by-step information on what to expect with newborn twins those first few weeks.
It's hard going through a twin pregnancy without a clue on what to do those first few weeks after they're born. You may not know anyone personally who had twins to turn to or learn from. You scour the internet looking for bits of information here and there but can't seem to find one place that talks about those early weeks. You feel overwhelmed and alone.
Hi, I'm Nina, author and blogger behind Sleeping Should Be Easy. When I found out I was expecting twins, I was terrified. I was scared of how my body would handle two babies and all the complications I'd face. I wondered how I'd care for twins in addition to my three-year-old. And I dreaded the extreme sleep deprivation—as if one baby wasn't tiring enough, I'd now have two to deal with.
I created the course to help twin moms feel less scared, more confident, and better prepared for bringing home twins. I poured everything I know about what to expect when you bring your twins home into these lessons.
What the course includes:
Lesson 1: How to Cope with Sleep Deprivation
We're diving right in to what makes those first few weeks difficult. You'll learn how to function during the day with little sleep. You'll also get best practices on how to squeeze in as much sleep as you can.
Lesson 2: Establishing Routines
The newborn days are too early to implement rigid routines and schedules. Still, you'll learn general rules of thumb when it comes to how often to feed and how much babies should sleep (or stay awake).
Lesson 3: Managing Your Household
Learn how to survive the early weeks with newborn twins! The FREE 5-day email course shows you how to cope with sleep deprivation, establish routines, manage your household, take care of yourself and learn the best tips for twin babies. A must for any twin mom!
Lesson 4: Taking Care of Yourself
As moms, we often forget that we also need time to take care of ourselves. We're dealing with rough emotions and an overnight change in our lives. And we likely still need to heal physically from the delivery. This lesson focuses on how to take care of yourself.
Lesson 5: Newborn Twins Tips and Tricks
And finally, I share all the best advice I and other twin moms have learned about taking care of newborn twins. From feeding to bathing to eating, you'll get the tips you need to care for your babies.
How the 5-lesson email course works:
Every day (for 5 days), you'll get a lesson delivered to you via email. The lessons include text, images and PDF worksheet downloads.
And, since the material arrives directly in your inbox, you get lifetime access to the lessons so you can keep going back to them whenever you want to.
To recap, you'll get:
• 5 lessons on how to survive the first early weeks of bringing home twins
• Worksheets to enhance the learning process
• Lifetime access to the materials for each lesson
• Free email newsletters with freebies and exclusive tips on parenting and motherhood
Hi, I’m Nina, mom to three boys and the parenting blogger behind Sleeping Should Be Easy. I’ve been blogging for six years about parenting, family life, and life with twins.
I also wrote Parenting with Purpose: How to Raise Well-Behaved Children and Build a Strong Parent-Child Relationship, which earned five stars on Amazon and continues to inspire readers to engage in mindful parenting. My second book, How to Sleep Train Twins: The Ultimate Guide has helped hundreds of twin parents get the sleep they and their families need.
Here's what others have said:
"Nina, this was a great course! I stumbled upon your blog during one of my middle of the night pump sessions. There were several things I liked and benefited from. I like the way you talk the reader through the chaos of caring for newborn twins, in a calm, assuring tone. And the tips were very helpful, such as bath time and tandem bottle feeding. The homework at the end helped me to organize my thoughts. Thank you!!!"
"The topics were really good. I want more emails! Identify with you as well particularly because I have a toddler as well and that adds a lot of complexity so reading about how to deal with this extra complexity was nice."
"Hi Nina, thanks for sharing the lessons about bringing home twins! I think they are useful for mommies like me who have never been around twins — no twins in family or friends who are twins! This is like a refresher course on what to expect when the twins come home. I especially thought that the feeding and sleeping routines chapter was very useful because that's the most important thing that we as newbies are expecting to know more about. I also thought the last chapter on tips and tricks are useful."
“We are really enjoying it! I
appreciate the length of the lessons because it feels substantive. Thank
you for all the info. It really has been a blessing for us as we set
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