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I’ve put a lot of work into creating this toolkit for readers of my book.
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Included in the zip file you will find the following:
Questions for Your First Consultant Appointment: Feeling a bit shell-shocked about finding out you’re expecting multiples? This handy list of questions is a good place to start for your first consultant appointment.
Week-by-Week Pregnancy Log: Just for fun, log your bump measurements, scan details, cravings and thoughts about your pregnancy every week. It creates a precious memento of your pregnancy that you’ll want to look back on in years to come.
Birth Plan Wish List: Multiple births don’t always go exactly to plan, but here are a few useful questions to get you thinking about of birth you’d like to aim for.
Essential Hospital Bag List for Multiples: Feeling overwhelmed with what to put in your hospital bag? This list of essentials will make packing a breeze.
Partner’s Checklist: This is a simple checklist for your partner/family/friends to help them remember what items to bring you when you’re in hospital having your babies.
Feeding and Nappy Changing Log for Multiples: Not sure how you’re going to keep track of each baby’s progress and health when you’re busy looking after multiple newborns? This easy-to-use printable lets you log every feed and nappy change for each of your newborns so you can see how often and how much your babies are eating. Trust me, it’s easy to get your feeds and nappy changes muddled up if you don’t write them down. Top tip: Print off a stack before your babies arrive so you’re all ready for them.
Ultimate Family Packing List for Multiples: Make your first family holiday together low-stress and use my Ultimate Family Packing List for Multiples to guide you through everything you need to take. You can even laminate it and reuse it for your next trip.
I’m always on the look out to create bigger and better resources. If you have any idea for things you’d like to see adding to the Toolkit, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know.
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