Life With Two Under Two
I often imagine how our daily routine would be had we given birth to twins. Or even, having another baby while our son is almost two years old himself. I love reading about the different struggles, and triumphs, from parents of multiple children. And this new book, Parenting in Joyful Chaos , by someone I am very honored to be acquainted with, does not disappoint!
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Parenting in Joyful Chaos; Raising Two Under Two
Learning the different perspectives of other parents, is something I really enjoy. There’s a natural curiosity among those with just one children; we want to know how you handle multiples. And I’m especially curious as to how Moms manage having two children under the age of two.
Parenting in Joyful Chaos; Raising Two Under Two takes you through one Mother’s story of finding love, marriage, and starting a family. The author has an honest outlook on the struggles of conceiving, and then giving birth to her baby…and then doing it all again! This book is informative, heartfelt, and inspiring!
Parenting is never easy, and just having one child still under two, I can imagine it being that much harder with another in the mix. But ‘Parenting in Joyful Chaos’ not only touches on the difficulties of caring for two babies-but the wins! With insight and tips to help along the way, this was a wonderful read, even for Moms like me who haven’t reached this mountain to climb.
I know Stacy through the blogging world, and I was so excited to get a copy of this book! I not only learned so much about her-I learned a lot about being a Mom, just by reading her experiences! And these experiences are relateable-whether you have one child, two, or more under the age of two!
I really encourage you to read this book! It’s honestly, a wonderful story, and full of helpful pointers on Life and Motherhood along the way! And I want to thank Stacy for letting me read it, as I have thoroughly enjoyed it! You can check out Stacys blog at Taylor 411