Becoming a mother is rarely what you expect. Jane Roper never expected she'd have twins--or that they'd be such a spirited twosome. She didn't expect that finding the right balance of work and home would be so tricky. And she certainly didn't expect she'd grapple with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder during her daughters' toddler years. But she also didn't anticipate just how much joy, laughter and self-discovery motherhood would bring. Full of warmth, honesty, occasional advice, and a generous helping of humor, Double Time is a smart and engaging account of the first three years with multiples and a refreshingly candid and vulnerable look at clinical depression. It's a memoir that will resonate countless women--especially those parenting in double time.How I Survived---and Mostly Thrived---Through the First Three Years of Mothering Twins Jane Roper ... But ita#39;s not easy to do the whole cry-it-out thing (or even use the modified cry-it-out approach, which we did) when (a) youa#39;re afraid that ... By the time they were eight months old, the ten oa#39;clock feeding was gone too, and they were sleeping fromayesaseven at night to roughly seven in the morning.
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2012-05-08|