"Smart, funny and refreshingly real advice."

-Hollie Gyarmati, designer & mom of 5 (including 2 sets of twins)

What Parents of Twins are Saying

"...I swear, [this] is one of the best books I have ever read. It is so well written that I felt like when I was done reading, the author was a best girlfriend. Everything she says is so spot-on and down-to-earth that I felt like it was a breath of fresh air from all the doctor and psychologist written books I'd been reading. It honestly made me laugh out loud and also made me take a big sigh of relief that I was not going crazy!"

"I really appreciate Elizabeth's sense of humor. She is so realistic!" 

"This book is a lifesaver. I am an avid reader and this is THE BEST book I've ever purchased. My twins are 8 months old and and I have read and re-read this book using almost every single piece of advice that she gives."

"I loved this book. It's funny and lighthearted all while painting a very realistic picture of the early days with twins."

"This book is not only full of useful insight and tips, but it was funny and very easy to read! I would highly recommend this book to any future mom of twins!"

"This book is full of practical tips and also has great humor. I will be referring this book for its guidance through their first year. Very glad I bought it!"

"This is one of my favorite books on expecting twins and advice for the first year. [Elizabeth] offers suggestions in a humorous and realistic way. Quick, easy read with loads of valuable information. Worth every penny!"


"Fresh, Inspiring and Wickedly Funny."

-Jenna McCarthy, bestselling author of 13+ books

What People are Saying

"A must-have for moms craving a heartfelt laugh!"

-Ali Wing, founder of giggle

"Rarely does a book infused with such hilarity provide such an encouraging and uplifting parenting outlook. You Cannot Be Serious is not only an imperative call to action, it's a nightstand necessity!"

-Cheryl Lage, author of Twinspiration

"You Cannot Be Serious offers 32 rules to help the modern woman survive---and even thrive---in the circus show that is motherhood. Always honest and uproariously funny, Lyons' personal narrative of walking the tightrope is spot-on accurate and should be on every mother's bookshelf...seriously."

-Jana Matthews, author of TheMeanestMom.blogspot.com