Carmel Valley, California (PRWEB) September 28, 2009
After getting news that she was expecting twins, Kellie Asaro began searching the web for information on issues that parents of twins face everyday. While there was a lot of information available, it was scattered about without the one stop factor so important for parents with time constraints. Kellie designed a website that would provide specific information for every aspect of this special role, and now parents and families can visit http://www.twin-pregnancy-and-beyond.com for a new community of like minded parents.
The site itself is very user-friendly and interactive. Complete with simple to find information, the site boasts both parent and expert advice, in-depth articles, personal stories, and contests. This web site brings the best of everything into one convenient spot - and that is something all parents of twins can appreciate.
Parents will not find disjointed information here. When visiting this site, it is immediately apparent that the information is well organized. Upon clicking on the links for topics such as "twin pregnancy", users will find clear photos, video and articles giving a wide range of information on that given subject. Issues that may have been easily overlooked - or unknown to expecting parents, are given in a way that does not overwhelm, but informs and encourages.
The extensive range of topics includes practical advise, such as what to expect through pregnancy with twins, breastfeeding multiples and dealing with everyday issues of this unique type of parenting. When questions come up, users can find what they're looking for by using the site's helpful search option.
Often when raising twins, parents find there are issues that differ greatly from singleton birth. From the beginning of a twin pregnancy, with the different expectations on your body, all the way through dealing with choosing the right pediatrician, and how to facilitate a smooth school transition can be found here.
This site has taken the best information for parents raising twins and going through twin pregnancy and put it together in a setting where not only can you get advice, but where social networks are formed as well. They can find support from others experiencing the same thing, and the parents can share an online relationship as they go through raising twins together over the years.
The site also offers a free newsletter with updated information for its users, and a monthly photo contest. Members can share those "Kodak" moments with the "TwoCute" twins photo contest, where winners will receive a copy of a popular twin parenting book. There are other contests available at different times too, like the Halloween costume photo contest every October. This site encourages participation for parents with twins so they get the network of support so important with this demanding job, but also to have fun.
The contests really aren't about winning; in the end, it's about sharing stories while raising twins and how they have affected their families lives. The photos themselves are encouraging and uplifting, and can inspire someone having a rough day with their twins. This site has truly become a community of parents and friends for sharing information exclusive to their situation, which is what Kellie had envisioned when starting the site.
The motto for twin-pregnancy-and-beyond.com is "Connect, Learn, Share" - and it has definitely fulfilled its motto. This site will continue to be successful as parents come together to share information all about raising twins, and watch their little ones grow from infancy to adulthood. With something for everyone who has or is expecting twins, this site is sure to be around for a long time.
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