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.
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You might shed a tear along the way (I did) and you will definitely laugh.Read Full Review of Double Time
It's a story I've heard many times in my child-friendly circles, and it's nice to finally see it on a bookshelf.Read Full Review of Double Time
While entertaining reading, mothers of twins-to-be might find this more unnerving than informative.Read Full Review of Double Time
No issue is off limits, and this is what makes it so endearing.Read Full Review of Double Time
This is the book I wish I'd been able to read when my wife and I first discovered we were having twins...Read Full Review of Double Time
Jane Roper's Double Time takes a very poignant and often hysterical look at parenting twins.Read Full Review of Double Time
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