I've finally gotten my birth plans worked out. At my last appointment my doctor (FPD) was saying that she would prefer me to have an epidural, but we discussed it further and she did some research of her own. I finally had another appointment with her on Friday, and she is willing to be totally flexible about it now. I can deliver in the LDR room if they're both head down, if the second is breech I'll be in the OR, but she's willing to have DH and my doula both in there (partly because my doula is a L&D nurse there anyway), and she's not going to request an epidural.
In the month between appointments with my regular doc I saw an OB in the university town an hour north of us who is the backup for the area midwives. He's totally fine with a completely natural delivery as well, but I'd be delivering in the OR with only one birth companion. That hospital is a level 2, so if I go into labor after 32 weeks (our level 1 hospital has a 35w cut-off) I can deliver there rather than the huge, inflexible big city hospital an hour south of us. I toured that hospital and was really happy with their policies and flexibility. If we end up with premies in the special care nursery that have to stay after I've been discharged, they would actually give DH and I a room in the hospital to stay in, which I thought was pretty amazing.
I'm still doing inversions and chiropractor visits to help baby A to turn, but I'm totally confused as to her position right now. From the kicks it seems like maybe A & B have actually switched order - I think B (on my right) might be head down at the cervix now, and A has moved way up away from the cervix and is now mostly head down and maybe a little transverse. I've got a week and a half before my next u/s, so I have to keep up with the inversions just in case, since they are quickly getting too tight to move in there.
I'm not taking it as easy as I had planned to at this point, since we are still finishing up some twin-inspired home improvement projects: installing a dishwasher into a space that wasn't originally designed for one, switching our shower out with a tub, and building walls for our bedroom (previously just partitioned off with curtains). Holly - I saw on facebook that you all just built bedroom walls too - it is crazy how parallel our lives are!