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[Cheryl's] writing is beautifully done and the information was excellent. I wish such a resource had been available 8 years ago when my girls were born. A book such as Twinspiration is needed out there for the common sense approach to raising twins, I think it will be well received. I would buy it and recommend it to future twin parent patients. (Lora G. Christian, M.D, Pediatrician and mother of twin girls)
"Packed with advice, personal experiences, and humor(often at the author's expense), Twinspiration should be in the anxious hands of every doubly-blessed parent. In fact, any couple anticipating parenthood (or marriage, for that matter) would benefit from Mrs. Lage's thoughts under the heading "Prenatal Agreements". Failure to consider the topics in that chapter lands many couples in a therapist's office. You will be emotionally richer for reading this wise and witty book." (Katherine B. Coates, Ed.D, Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist)
Anyone who is expecting or has twins needs all the help they can get. Reading Twinspiration is a great start. (Carol Livoti, M.D., Ob/Gyn and Co-author of Vaginas: An Owner's Manual)
"All parents or parents-to-be of twins and higher-order multiples are going to receive their fair share of helpful and less-than-helpful advice on how to handle two-or-more babies, but will probably be lacking in battle-tested advice from parents who've been there, done that. With a nice combination of high humor and low hubris, Cheryl Lage provides a fun and practical handbook for parents of multiples. Written by a long-time, valued contributor to Twinstuff.com, we recommend this book to all moms and dads of multiples." (Craig Sanders, Co-Executive Director, Twinstuff Outreach, Twinstuff.com)
"Twinspiration is the ultimate go-to guide for the mom-to-be with two or more babies on the way. Part pregnancy guide, part heart-to-heart conversation with another mom of twins who has made this exciting journey, this book deserves a place of honor in the mountain of twin pregnancy books accumulating on your bedside table." (Ann Douglas, author of The Mother of All Pregnancy Books)
"The writing is beautifully done and the information -excellent. I wish such a resource had been available 8 years ago when my girls were born. A book such as Twinspiration is needed out there for the common sense approach to raising twins; I think it will be well received. I would buy it and recommend it to future twin parent patients." (Lora G. Christian, M.D, Pediatrician and mother of twin girls)
"How does a mom handle pregnancy and life with twins? With careful planning, a positive attitude, a sense of adventure, and a copy of Twinspiration by her side. Even though nothing can help with sleep deprivation, the information in Twinspiration will help get new and expecting twin moms through the worry, confusion, and stress so they can enjoy the joy and excitement that all new babies bring." (Connie Correia Fisher -, Co-Author of "Mothers Know Best: Real-Moms Share 1001 Tips on Pregnancy, Birth and the First Year")
"With your pregnancy ups and downs multiplied by two, where do you go for guidance? How will you handle twins? What will raising twins really be like? In Twinspiration, Cheryl Lage provides insight into the life of twin parents, from the early stages of pregnancy through early toddlerdom. She provides the necessary information on how to prepare for and handle the twin-specific situations that are bound to arise. Her book is also chock full of twin-parenting advice that will help you keep your sanity and your twins in check. The more you and your partner are prepared for your "twin mommy/daddy" titles, the more you can look forward to your two bundles of joy. Be confident for your role as a parent of twins! If you're a new twin mommy, or a twin mommy to be, I highly recommend getting a copy of Twinspiration!" (Rachel Lower, Webmaster and author, www.Christian-Mommies.com)
"When I found out I was having twins, I immediately went to the bookstore to find information about my pregnancy and post-partum twin experience. But most of the books were about medical nightmares! Twinspiration was exactly what I needed to understand and get excited about the highs and lows of becoming a parent of twins. Cheryl's witty writing style is perfect for an anxious mom-to-be. It's like getting the real scoop from a girlfriend who's been there! My husband even enjoyed reading her play-by-play labor story, now he's sure he's prepared for the real thing!" (Pam Hervey, y, President-Fuel Creative, Expecting Boy/Girl Twins)
"If you are the least bit curious about what to expect at each phase of your twins' development ― and you need to know that you're not insane if the same kind of anecdotes that Cheryl (and Scott) share so humbly with us happen to you and your twins ― then you need to read this book. I only wish that Cheryl had written it before my wife and I had our twins! People always say they wish their babies came with an instruction manual. While no book will give you all the answers, Twinspiration is as close as it comes ― with a huge heaping of humor thrown in to let you know that the main criteria for getting through it all is something you were born with and the reason you decided to start a family in the first place: love. An absolutely wonderful book!" (Bruce & Susan Lindeman, Parents of Jack & Chase, 22 months)
Mother of twins Darren and Sarah, Cheryl Lage uses humor, personal anecdotes and a friendly, conversational tone in her helpful book, Twinspiration. The host of the popular online twins website twinsights.com and a contributor to Twins™ Magazine, Lage provides insightful, honest advice and practical information for new and expecting parents of multiples. (Twins Magazine)
Cheryl Lage is the web hostess of twinsights.com, a successful Q&A and twin tales website specifically geared towards parents of twins and multiples. Recently, Cheryl was sited as a twin expert in Christine Krogue's article "The Emotional Toll of Twins" for the September issue of Parenting magazine.