Dr Stephen Brickley and Dr Ann Gormley both have Phds in neuroscience, but that doesn't mean that they're experts in another field - raising two sets of twins! Ann is feeling completely overwhelmed by her brood, who are running rings round her. But she's also finding it hard to let the children grow up. All four of them, including five-year-olds Aiden and Ella, still have a bottle before bedtime, while Louis and Ciaron only eat pureed food, despite coming up to their third birthday. Supernanny Jo immediately sees there is work to do. The naughty step and naughty seat get introduced, as does some downtime for Ann. Will this sort the family out?
It's twins - How Will I Cope? Giving birth to twins means entering a whole new world. But you may find your elation mixes with desperation as you worry about one thing above all else: how will I manage?!
Discipline for Twins: Discipline is one of the greatest challenges faced by parents of twins. Twin children may seem to be conspiring against you - particularly when you're outnumbered two to one! The Supernanny team has this advice for weary Mums and Dads.
But What About Me? Having twins is a life-changing experience for Mum and Dad. But what about the older sister or brother? How can you make sure they don’t get left out?
Jo teaches the younger twins all about the naughty seat.......and it works (eventually!)