Doing a half-way natural, noninterventive pregnancy, I guess. My cousin is a student midwife, and she will be attending out home birth. Because she would have to refer to do any lab tests or ultrasounds, I decided to also follow with an obstetrician from my hospital/clinic (I work for a healthcare system) so that they would be covered by insurance, and then should anything go wrong, we'd have back-up care to transfer to. So, we're doing another ultrasound at 20 weeks to find out gender (this is our first and can't wait to find out!), besides having done a dating ultrasound at 6 weeks because of spotting and irregular cycles and then the OB had the ultrasound all ready at yesterday's first visit at 11w3d (already had 2 previously with MW & 3rd that same night, lol), so I just went with it since I was undecided on what to do for that.
I'm going to refuse the quad screen I think and definitely will not be doing amniocentesis. I'm kind of wishing that I hadn't established with the OB, but it was nice to have the reassurance of the ultrasounds since it is our first and we had an early miscarriage the cycle before this conception, so I was definitely worried about this one. If we decide to have another in a couple years (fairly likely, DH and I both love having siblings), I'm going to just have the midwife.
MW is very non-interventive and does not do cervical checks unless I ask her to. So far our visits have been just talking & documenting my history and going over her advice. The next one at about 14-15 weeks she's going to listen with the fetoscope and then will leave it with us so we can listen any time we want. :) She's also teaching us how to check fundal height, do cervical checks, etc., in case we want to do them ourselves too.