Congrats Lemontwist & Adaline'sMama!
I have my anatomy scan ultrasound tomorrow with the MFM and we will hopefully confirm that we are having a girl & boy, that is what my OB thought at my last regular appointment, but she wasn't sure. I hope she is right! I think baby A definitely looked like a girl to me, but I wasn't sure about baby B as much being a boy or not, it wasn't as clear of a shot. I hit 20 weeks last Friday and the last couple weeks I've been feeling really great! I still tire a bit more easily than last time, but I finally am in my 2nd trimester energy groove, so I'm trying to get lots done around the house while I have lots of energy. After the appointment tomorrow when we should know genders, I'm going to go through all the baby clothes from DD and get them organized so they are ready to go and get lists going of what I need to buy.
I have a few things I still need to buy otherwise, but my Mom very generously bought about half of my mini-registry already, so mostly just the double stroller, another crib (won't need it right away, but I would like to have it before the babies arrive), another bouncy seat or three and a few more odds and ends. Found out that my insurance will cover a new pump 100%, but I only have a few options. I can't get another Ameda Purely Yours (mine still works, but it is a refurb from when my pump broke down last time under warranty), but I can get a Medela PIS, so I'll probably go with that. Looks like I just need a prescription, though all the folks I called are pretty confused as this is all so new to everyone, so I'll see if my OB will write one for me next appointment so I can get it early. I also ended up getting two mei tai's for the price of one as I ordered one on etsy and the seller couldn't find it, so she is sending me two as an apology!
I've been feeling tons of movement the last few weeks too and can often differentiate two babies which is cool, DH still hasn't felt them because every time he puts his hand on my belly they stop moving, but he'll feel them anytime now. I still need to have a discussion with my OB about delivering vaginally as long as Baby A is vertex and if she won't budge, I am going to look into my options more for someone who is comfortable with delivering baby B breech. If I need a C-section, I'll get one, but I don't see why Baby B can't be delivered breech and if I have to find a more experienced caregiver, I will, though I don't know how much luck I am going to have. Need to schedule a tour of the other hospital I might deliver at just to see how it is and to make sure we know how to get there and park and all that and then preregister at both (and keep copies of the form this time and put them in my hospital bag in case they lose it like last time!) I also need to figure out who is going to take care of DD when I go into labor.
Finally got the Having Twins - and more book from the library as well, it is great and probably the most comprehensive twin book I've read yet.