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My Twins' First Birthday

Paris Morris

This book describes how a 3-year-old girl named Paris comes to terms with the arrival of girl twins in the family. Paris shows her new sisters all about their birthday and understands that sometimes things are not always about her.

Suitable for 3-5 year olds.

My Twins First  Birthday


Published in Childrens books

Multiple Birth Video Guide


Australian families talk about their experiences as they're happening, sharing their hopes and fears during pregnancy, the delivery of their babies, and the first few hectic months at home.

Topics covered include the practicalities, developing routines, seeking help, preserving relationships and coping with the effect on other siblings. Scenes include the actual delivery of twin babies, both vaginally and by Caesarean section. It's an honest and often moving account of what can be an overwhelming but ultimately wonderful experience.

Approximately 55 minutes in length. Available in DVD format.

Multiple Birth Video Guide DVDDVD


Pub. 2001



Published in DVDs and Videos

In the Womb                

National Geographic

National Geographic explores the extraordinary, never-before-seen world of twins, triplets and quadruplets as they develop in utero. Using groundbreaking technology and amazing 4D ultrasound images, watch quadruplets as they develop and engage in their first interactions with each other.

Follow the stories of three expectant mothers from conception to birth and travel inside the womb to see the tiny foetuses begin to interact with each other

In The Womb

Pub. 2007

Approx. 90 minutes


Published in DVDs and Videos


Parenting Triplets

Australian Multiple Birth Association

This booklet gives advice and information about pregnancy and the care of triplet babies and children. Completely revised and full of delightful pictures, useful links and contacts for assistance and support.

Topics covered include:

  • preparing the family for the birth of triplets
  • Hospitalisation and birth
  • Bringing the babies home
  • Parents needs and emotions
  • Finances
  • Toddlers to preschool
  • Triplets at school
  • Returning to the workforce
  • Links, contacts and resources



Pub. 1995, new edition 2012

92 pages

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Published in Higher Order Multiples

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Published in Leaflets

Blank card with the following print on the front:
"Congratulations on your multiple birth"                                                                                                                            

With images of 2 babies in pink nappies and two babies in blue nappies.  

AMBA card and envelope

Published in Miscellaneous

School-aged Multiples

Australian Multiple Birth Association                                                  

This booklet is excellent reading for parents, teachers and school administrators. It illustrates the issues they encounter, especially in terms of classmate expectations of comparison and competition. There is a separate chapter for teachers and teaching personnel.

The booklet offers practical advice that can be easily understood and supplies current and accurate information on a range of issues including:

  • Zygosity of multiples
  • Preschool
  • Reading with multiples
  • Preparation for big school
  • What to do when one is not ready for school
  • When they can't be told apart
  • Homework issues
  • Difference in abilities
  • Boy/girl sets at school
  • Adolescents


Pub. 2010            Australian Multiple Birth Association                                                  


Published in School-aged multiples

Ipswich Multiple Birth Association Inc (IMBA) was established in 1987 by local mums and dads of twins, triplets or more. Our Association covers the boundaries of Springfield to Gatton and encompasses Ipswich and its surrounding areas of Esk, Toogoolawah and Boonah.

As a non-profit volunteer-based organisation, our aims are to provide practical and emotional support, access to information, friendship and social functions. To allow an opportunity for parents to share their coping strategies and discuss events unique to their situation, through communicating and sharing of information on the care and raising of multiples.

IMBA also strives to improve the resources and information available to families of multiples and to increase the awareness of these needs in our society.


Published in Queensland

The Gold Coast Multiple Birth Association, was founded in 1980 as a support network for the growing number of GC parents of twin, triplet and Higher Order Multiples. Open to all parents (natural, foster and adoptive) of multiple birth children.


Published in Queensland

We are a regionally based club, offering support for parents of multiple birth children. Our aim is to provide social meetings, activities, and information for our families, and to assist with referrals to other support organisations if needed.


Published in Victoria