Multiple Blessings : Surviving to Thriving With Twins and Sextuplets
Overview - Eight children in three years? Impossible Kate and Jon Gosselin have learned that, through God, all things are possible though sometimes slightly improbable. Just three years after giving birth to twin daughters, Kate and Jon learned they were pregnant again with sextuplets. Read more...
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Eight children in three years? Impossible Kate and Jon Gosselin have learned that, through God, all things are possible though sometimes slightly improbable. Just three years after giving birth to twin daughters, Kate and Jon learned they were pregnant again with sextuplets. In Multiple Blessings, Kate candidly chronicles the emotional and exhausting challenges she and Jon faced from the time the babies were conceived through the first two years of their lives. This amazing story of faith provides a heartening lesson in what it means to trust the faithful hand of God to provide the strength and courage to make it through life s seemingly impossible situations."
- ISBN-13: 9780310289029
- ISBN-10: 0310289025
- Publisher: Harpercollins Christian Pub
- Publish Date: October 2008
- Page Count: 201
Books > Religion > Christian Life - Family
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Infertility treatments, twins, more infertility treatments, followed by six beating hearts on an ultrasound screen. That sets up the Gosselins’ memoir of the exhausting and joyous events surrounding the births of their now famous sextuplets. Those familiar with the TLC program Jon & Kate Plus 8 know how their household runs; now their story comes alive for readers as well. Kate admits, “I was a bit of a control freak,” yet also quickly draws on and receives the “peace of God... like a security blanket” through her months in the hospital, Jon’s job loss and the impending arrivals. Details such as how they chose names; the sextuplets’ birth day of May 10, 2004; and the babies’ weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit are fascinating, as are stories of running a household that was perpetually full of volunteers, looked like “baby base camp” and required carefully sequenced nightly bath time. The Gosselins’ life is a whirlwind, with their book reflecting the fast-paced, faith-filled approach they take to raising their twins and their miracle sextuplets. (Nov.)