This chapter explores the process of writing my own memoir of the birth of my twin daughters. It explores my transition from life writing theorist to practitioner. As my babies grew, so did the memoir, and I found space to write between the things I know as a theorist and the things I’m learning as a writer. Writing memoir is a risky business. Writing about one’s own life is, of course, potentially exposing, but at least the revelations are self-inflicted. Writing about the lives of others presents a quite different ethical dilemma.