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Tips, Insights and Guidance from Jennifer Hull, the Award-Winning Author of Beyond One: Growing a Family and Getting a Life.

“With one child, we could still limp through the life we had designed before the onset of bassinets and Diaper Genies…Two children compelled us to make a (new) life.”
Marc Parent, Author of Believing It All.

Looking for Parenting Tips? Need a Great Article for Your Ezine?

Find information on preparing for a second child, hosting birthday parties, organizing family life, staying close to your firstborn and more. See Tips.

Need Inspiration and Insights?

Read Jennifer’s essays on dividing household duties with your husband and venting mommy steam. See Essays.

Want Specific Advice?

Find answers to your questions on the Growing Family FAQ page. Issues addressed include: deciding whether to have a second child, spacing sibings, dealing with second-child fears and more. See FAQs.

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About Jennifer

A former journalist for The Wall Street Journal and Time, Jennifer is the award-winning author of Beyond One: Growing a Family and Getting a Life and pens the MidAge Mom blog.

She’s profiled exceptional women from the Middle East to Latin America. Widely published, her essays have been included in two anthologies.

Jennifer is also a frequent radio and TV guest. Full Bio

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In Beyond One, Jennifer chronicles her leap from one child to two, describing the enormous impact the second child has on a woman’s body, marriage, family life, friendships and work.

"Hull is the kind of woman many moms long to be friends with. . ." -The Cleveland Plain Dealer.


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