NEW YORK, Sept. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It's true: Twin birth rates among women have jumped by nearly 100 percent since 1980! Becoming pregnant is hugely exciting (and overwhelming) on its own, but when you're pregnant with twins or triplets, there are even more things to think about. Can your babies kick each other? What's a mixed delivery? Will they grow at the same rate?
Pregnant moms of twins and multiples can ease all of their worries with The Baby Bump Twins and Triplets Edition , an extensive and comprehensive guide from Carley Roney and the editors of TheBump.com, the fastest-growing pregnancy and parenting resource. Filled with expert and real-mom advice on everything you need to know about giving birth and caring for the babies, this book is the go-to resource for moms of twins, triplets or more!
Featuring tips and advice on everything future mamas of multiples want to know—including how the babies will develop week by week (and how it's different from singletons), what to eat (and how to make sure they're both—or all—getting enough), what to really expect in the delivery room and how to deal with those first few weeks when you have twins or triplets—reading this book is like chatting with a been-there, done-that best friend. The Baby Bump Twins and Triplets Edition is the must-have resource for the mom-to-be having twins, offering a wealth of knowledge and useful features such as birth plans, a special what-to-buy guide just for twins and triplets, a sleep tracker, a daily scheduler and a maternity wardrobe checklist."Being pregnant with one baby is tough enough, but when you find out you're having two or three, this exciting journey can become even more overwhelming," says Carley Roney, editor in chief of TheBump.com. "Our twins and triplets community on TheBump.com has been growing by leaps and bounds, and our multiples mamas demanded a 'twin-friendly' edition of The Baby Bump. The Baby Bump Twins and Triplets Edition is the only comprehensive resource that answers all your multiples pregnancy questions in one place."