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Twin Talks: Parenting Times Two

By Parents On Demand Network | Pregnancy Magazine

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We encourage parents who are expecting twins as well as experienced moms and dads of multiples. Together, we explore the unique challenges new parents face when raising two or more children of the same age. Join us as we embrace the joys of parenting when you’ve got double the duty. The show is part of the Parents On Demand Network.

Customer Reviews

Compress Audio Please

This is a good podcast with great insight however the audio is not compressed. Meaning that the sound is either very low or very loud. This is especially a problem while listening to it in my car with my sleeping toddler.

Just find other parenting podcasts

Not very fond of this podcast. Not a lot of things are discussed because they waste a lot of minutes selling their twin club subscription, long introductions of the speakers, very long introduction of the podcast, and the equally long ending credits with the baby talking. It gets very irritating after a while.

Discussions are always hurried, with too many guests, questions asked are obvious. You don't really learn new things.

Best to subscribe to "regular" parenting podcasts even if you're having twins.

I enjoy your podcast so much!!

Hi Sunny, I have been listening to all of your new mommy media podcasts for years from Jerusalem Israel. I have two singletons but I still enjoy listening to Twin Talks. I am a nurse and enjoy the information I get here. Thanks!