Well, screening results are back and are well within normal range. OB does not recommend anything further based on results unless we desire or we see need in future U/S. With twins, they only run the down's marker in this screeing, not trisomy 18 - we did not know this when we did the test-I only found out when I asked for the other ratio since they only gave me one. Sometimes, I feel with their office they forget we having twins until I mention it AGAIN and AGAIN. I hope that gets better-I am giving them the benfit of the doubt for another appointment. If they seem to not have it together again, I am not sure I will feel comfortable going further into the pregnancy with them not fully paying attention to details as simple as TWINS!
I received an email yesterday from DH-he is safe and healthy so far in remote South Pacific. They are working long hours providing medical and dental service to those who were affected by cyclone 8 months ago. I felt a little less anxious after getting word from him, so hopefully that will last until the weekend when I here from him again.
So, I have a question for you guys. I am starting to feel like this actually might happen-you know the live actual baby thing. I never have been to this point and it feels weird to be finally here. My question is: When did/do you start planning, researching, registering for all the things needed? We hope to find out the sexes in 3 weeks, so I know I will be able to "pick" things out better then, but I feel I am jinxing things by planning or researching "too" early. Do you/have you felt this way?