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Twinstuff - http://www.twinstuff.com

Twinstuff is a community website for parents of multiples. With information, advice and forums for expectant and new parents it also has resources for adult twins.


Twinslist - http://www.twinslist.org

Twinslist is an American site with an informal feel that has many useful resources for parents of multiples. Discussion forums and links to other twins/multiples related organisations.


Twins World - http://www.twinsworld.com

Debbie and Lisa Ganz are the founders and creators of the world famous Twins Restaurant, NYC. They have created a fun and informative site for multiples around the country and continue to establish and develop programs furthering twin awareness and support.


Twins Today - http://www.twinstoday.com

Twins Today, part of a much larger parenting site, is USA based but it has a lot of useful articles about multiples from pregnancy right through to teenagers. There is also an expert Q&A section and community discussion forums.


Twins Network - http://www.twinsnetwork.com/index.html

Twins Network is an USA based site set up by identical twins, Lesley & Carrie Nagy providing twin facts, trivia, news and links to twin chat forums. You can also complete an online survey about Identical Twins.


TWINS Magazine - http://www.twinsmagazine.com

TWINS magazine is an American publication for parents of multiples. They also have a wide range of articles and resources available.


Twins Foundation - http://www.twinsfoundation.com

The Twins Foundation is an international membership organization and primary research information center on twins and other multiples. It serves twins, their families, the media, medical and social scientists and the general public through its publications, its National Twin Registry and its multi-media resource center.


Twinless Twins Organisation - http://www.twinlesstwins.org

This is a USA site that aims to serve in support of twins (all multiple births) who suffer from the loss of companionship of their twin through death or estrangement. It also has a link to twinless twins events in the UK, the latest is to be held on Dec 3-4th 2005 in Blackpool.


Triplets, Quads & Quints Association - http://www.tqq.com/

TQQ is a non-profit Canadian organization that supports parents expecting and raising, triplets, quadruplets and quintuplets. TQQ has recently merged with Multiple Births Canada. We have now become the Higher Order Multiple Support Network (HOM Network). Please contact us at homnetwork@multiplebirthscanada.org or visit the Multiple Births Canada site at www.multiplebirthscanada.org


The Triplet Connection - http://www.tripletconnection.com

The Triplet Connenction is a USA based site promoting a "network of caring and sharing for multiple birth families". Founded in 1983, they have worked with thousands of families with triplets and more. They produce 'packets' of information, a quarterly magazine, have a Scientific Advisory Board and they hold the largest database of medical information in the world in regard to triplets and higher-order multiple births.


Talk About Twins - http://www.talk-about-twins.com

Created by author of Double Duty and mum of twins, Christina Baglivi Tinglof this site has a wealth of information and top tips for parents of multiples in a fun, friendly style.


NOMOTC - USA - http://www.nomotc.org

National Organisation of Mothers of Twins Clubs is a USA support network for twins, triplets and higher order multiples.


Multiplicity Worldwide Forum - http://www.multiplicityworldwide.com/

Multiplicity Worldwide is website for everyone associated with multiples - parents,grandparents, aunts, uncles etc. Currently there are around 100 members,the majority of whom live in Australia, while others are from UK, USA and NZ. Developed by a mum of twin boys, Multiplicity Worldwide's Mission Statement is "To have a friendly, helpful environment, to let multiple parents know they are not alone".


Multiple Dads Sanctuary - http://www.facebook.com/groups/717784101567049/

A place where Dads with Multiples (Twins, Triplets and more) can get and share information on their experiences. We are just Dads with different experiences that we hope can help those who are on, or going on, this journey. We are not medical professionals and do not profess to be so. Regardless of how you became a Dad of Multiples (Natural, IVF or Surrogacy), I hope we can listen, suggest or point you in the right direction.


Multiple Births Families (Canada) - http://www.multiplebirthsfamilies.com/about.html

Lynda P. Haddon, Multiple Birth Educator and parent of twins, provides Multiple Birth Prenatal Education & Bereavement Support. This site has a wealth of in-depth information, articles and resources for parents expecting and with multiples plus bereavement support for parents losing one, more or all babies, plus for adult surviving co-multiples. Also provides an information page for professionals.


Multiple Births Canada - http://www.multiplebirthscanada.org

Multiple Births Canada strives to improve the quality of life for multiple-birth individuals and their families in Canada. With an extensive network of local chapters, health care professionals and organizations, we are the source for information on multiple-births in Canada.


Multiple Birth Parents (Australia) - http://www.multiplebirthparents.com

Whether you are a proud parent of multiples or expecting multiples then Multiple Birth Parents is certainly the place to be. MBP is an online community forum for parents dealing with the busy day to day life of raising multiples. Great advice, support and friendships are certainly found on MBP. JOIN US TODAY.


MOST - Mothers of Supertwins - http://www.mostonline.org

Mothers of Supertwins (MOST) is a network of families with triplets, quadruplets and more. MOST provides information, resources, empathy and good humor during pregnancy, infancy, toddlerhood and school age.


International Society for Twins Studies (ISTS) - http://www.ists.qimr.edu.au

The International Society for Twin Studies (ISTS) is an international, nonpolitical, nonprofit, multidisciplinary scientific organization. Its purpose is to further research and public education in all fields related to twins and twin studies, for the mutual benefit of twins and their families and of scientific research in general. Parents and professionals welcome to join.


Double Zamours (France) - http://www.doublezamours.fr/

French website packed full of useful information and articles for parents of twins and multiples and created by a twin and mum of twins who also found a lack of information in France. This site is in French.


Center for the Study of Multiple Birth - http://www.multiplebirth.com

The Center's purpose is to stimulate and foster medical and social research in the area of multiple birth, and to help parents with the special problems they and their offspring may encounter.


Babiesinbelly.com - http://www.babiesinbelly.com

Babies in Belly specialise in \"Multiples-specific prenatal classes in the convenience of your own home or office, offered by a certified teacher and mother of twins\"


Australian Multiple Births Association (AMBA) - http://www.amba.org.au

The Australian Multiple Birth Association is a volunteer organisation established and maintained by multiple birth parents to provide support, resources and education to multiple birth parents. They are also supporting the Twins Festival on Mar 10-12th 2006 to be held in Canberra.


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