I thought of another thing I wanted to say that I wish someone had told me. That is that when you walk out the door with your double stroller loaded with babies, you become an instant celebrity. It really freaked me out at first. I was used to people oohing and aahing over new babies, but with singletons they get over it pretty quickly. You might get a few strangers come up and ask questions but for the most part you're left to do your shopping or eating in peace. With the twins it went to another level. I can hear people whispering about us and pointing us out to their children. I see people staring at us out of the corner of my eye. I've learned to pretty much ignore it, because it falls into that same category of how people seem to turn their manner switch to "off" when they see twins. I also learned not to try not to leave the house with the babies without being totally confident of how I looked. There is nothing worse (to me anyway) than having a completely rotten day with baby/kid stress, being undershowered and underslept, having to sit in line for 20 minutes at WalMart listening to other people's screaming babies, and have every old lady in the store come up behind you and say, "ooh, are they twins?? I was supposed to have twins, I always wanted them my cousin's friend's sister had them and it was so hard for her blah blah blah...' Sometimes I just don't want people to talk to me. I decided if I had to go through that I'd better at least have my lipstick on. So, in a nutshell, be prepared for lots of attention.