When Janice and Gerald Weinheimer brought their last baby, Tanya, home from the hospital, she was met there by Jackie, Julie, and Wendy, age four; Kerry and Kyle, age six; Debbie and Eric, age eight; and Beckie, age ten. All the neighborhood kids? Not quite. All the Weinheimers- one single child, two sets of twins and a set of triplets. How do two parents cope with all those children? How did they afford food and clothing for so many all at once? How on earth did they handle them at church? And what about when the toddles became teenagers - how did they keep track of them? What kinds of rules did they have? Families are Forever . . . answers these and many other questions about rearing a large happy family. This delightful book will bring a frequent smile to your face, an occasional tear to your eye, and a continual glow to your heart.