“Wait a minute: you mean there’s TWO BABIES IN THERE?!?!?” Pregnancy can be scary and overwhelming, especially if you are having more than one baby at a time! Luckily there are some fantastic pregnancy books out there about expecting twins to help get you through those nine-ish months. I say ish because it’s common for twins to come a little early. Check out my picks for the best reads to help you stay healthy and keep up with those active, growing babies!
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Best Pregnancy Books about Twins
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“What To Do When You’re Having Two: The Twins Survival Guide From Pregnancy Through The First Year” by Natalie Diaz
Diaz herself had twins in 2004, and was disappointed that there was so little information out there to help prepare her for her twins’ arrivals. Diaz manages to provide informative and helpful advice for moms, as well some real-life personal experiences with her own pregnancy with twins. A very funny book for any moms-to-be cooking two buns in the oven! You find it on Amazon.
“When You’re Expecting Twins, Triplets Or Quads: Proven Guidelines For A Healthy Multiple Pregnancy” by Dr. Barbara Luke and Tamara Eberlein
An informative read, with an emphasis on moms-to-be slowing down and taking better care of themselves, for their sake as well as their babies’. The authors are experts in the field of multiple pregnancy, and the book is a clear reflection of that. A must-read for any parents expecting twins!
You can find it on Amazon.
“Twins 101: 50 Must-Have Tips For Pregnancy Through Early Childhood From Doctor M.O.M.” by Khanh-Van Le Bucklin
From the challenges of a maintaining a healthy twin pregnancy to tips for caring for your twins once they’re born, this a great book for parents expecting two babies. In fact, Le Bucklin is not only a M.O.M. (mother of multiples!), but an academic pediatrician as well. With first-hand experience under her belt, as well as the academic information expectant parents of multiples need, this book is a must for families expecting twins!
Get it here!
“Raising Twins: From Pregnancy To Preschool” by Shelly Vaziri Flais
Another great book from a mom of twins who also happens to be a pediatrician. Combining personal stories of her own experiences raising twins, as well as helpful medical information expectant moms of twins can use in their own lives, Vaziri Flais guides new parents of twins to feel more confident and informed. From pregnancy to your twins’ first years, this book is a must for parents expecting twins.
Find it here.
“Dad’s Guide To Twins: How To Survive The Twin Pregnancy And Prepare For Your Twins” by Joe Rawlinson
A very informative read for dads (and moms!) expecting twins, as told by a father of twins who as been there himself. Though Rawlinson is not a doctor, his first-hand experience as a dad of twins has shaped a wonderful guide book which covers everything from health risks and complications to potty training and sleep schedules. A great book for parents expecting twins, who don’t have time to read lengthy medical books.
Grab it from Amazon.
After reading any of these best pregnancy books about twins, I am sure that expectant parents will feel more informed, calm, ready and excited for the wonderful gift that has been bestowed upon them!
25 thoughts on “Best Pregnancy Books to Read When You’re Expecting Twins”
Thanks for sharing the great book to get the advice to know having a twin in pregnancy !
My sis in law could have really used these books when she was having the twins. they seem to have lots of helpful info!
I never thought about needing pregnancy books until my friend showed me one or two and I loved them. Although it was after I already had my kids, this is a great list!
One of my best friends is pregnant with twins – this is so helpful and so specific. Will share with her. Thanks!
This is a great list of books. I never knew these were out there. I bet my mother-in-law would’ve loved to have a majority of these books when she was pregnant with my husband and his brother. What wonderful resources to have
These are great recommendations for the mama expecting twins. How fun that would be!!
I can’t imagine having twins! So much FUN and so much WORK all combined into a ton of love :)
Oh wow, your hands must be full and your heart too! I’ll have to share this with my friends who have twins!
My friend just found out she is having identical twin boys. These will be kids number 5&6 for her. I will have to share this post with her.
So glad i never had to worry about this, lol! Twins run in my family too but never had any twins here. These sound like some good books!
What a great resource for those having twins. My Dad is actually a twin. It is so fascinating.
What a great resource! It is difficult for new parents to raise one child, and it would be a nightmare for them if they have twins! Thanks for sharing this list. My workmate is due to deliver twin girls 4 months from now.
This is a good read for expecting mom of twins. Love your tips! They are very helpful!
I can’t imagine having twins! I’m glad that there are books like this ti prepare you!
These books sound like they would be really helpful! I love that there’s a dad’s guide too!
One was hard enough for me, I can’t imagine how I would have handled twins. I read the What to Expect books to help get me ready though. I bet these books will be helpful for parents of twins!
I could only imagine what it would be like to have twins. If I knew I was having twins, I would read every book I could. Otherwise I would go out of my gord.
These are some good recommendations. It’s nice to know there is plenty advice out there for parents having twins.
These sounds like great books when you are expecting twins!
There was always a fear for me I would have unexpected twins. They tun in my family, but I’m not sure I would be able to handle it. If we had had twins, these would have been helpful.
These sound great selections for moms of multiples.
These sound like some really terrific books. I believe research is the best when pregnant. Reading and knowing what to expect is so helpful.
I have a close friend who’s a twin and these look like some amazing books. I’m not having anymore kids but I will pass these along!
I didn’t have twins, but I had two girls so close in age that people still ask me if they’re twins. I can’t imagine actually having twins!
Oh my gosh, I can’t even imagine having twin! I would think it’s something that DEFINITELY deserves a few books on the subject.