Sunday, December 21, 2008

Must-See TV for Multiples Families

Jon and Kate + 8 on TLC. The Parent Trap on the Disney Channel. The Patty Duke Show on Nick at Nite. The list goes on and on...

Plenty of entertaining movies and programs are out there to feed our multiple birth-fascinated society; but for those interested in seeing a visually enthralling and scientifically treated handling of twin pregnancy -- specifically, identical twin pregnancy -- tune in tonight for the premiere of National Geographic's latest, In The Womb: Identical Twins. Learn the answers to some of those questions you're asked when out and about with your twins -- whether identical or fraternal!

[Word of warning: Some topics will be addressed which may not be considered appropriate for children. The program airs tonight, at 9PM on he National Geographic Channel. Put the young ones to bed, and enjoy!]
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9 comments:

BoufMom9 said...

I think I watched that series when I was pregnant. I somehow remember that title... it was fascinating.

It's funny, but before i was a twin mommy myself, I don't think I really gave it a second thought, but now that i am... I want all the info I can get :)

Cheryl Lage said...

You are right -- there is a whole "In the Womb" series! Tonight is the first airing of this new one on identical twins...I'm like you, now that I have twins, gimme all the info possible! :)

Nancy said...

Was there another twin one? It sounds really familiar... Thanks for the head's up ... might need to DVR it. :)

Missy said...

I am totally watching it - I think I may have seen this before but I really have been looking forward to it. Can't wait!

Barbara Manatee said...

We saw the first multiples one too when I was pregnant and it was fascinating! Unfortunately, we don't get the National Geographic Channel here to see the latest one. You'll have to let us know how it was!

Terra said...

No multiples here but still love that show,,,they have some great rules that work for all parents if you really pay attn! Love it.

T

breelyn_faith said...

That would be very interesting to watch. Even if you don't have twins. I love the watch things like that and educate myself.

noble pig said...

Sounds interesting, even though I don't have twins...but i think I missed it! Ugh.

Sharlene said...

We will be watching it when it reairs. I completely forgot to set the tivo. So fascinating even though my twins aren't identical ( no matter what all the strangers keep telling me. One has a penis. The other doesn't. Enough said)