I seem to be oddly obsessed with the twin boards atm....anyway....
I dont have twins, but one of my best friends did and although I didnt vote, I still thought I'd share
She's um...an odd one. Love her to death, but...she was at the homebirth of my daughter and loved it, my midwives said to talk to this CNM that does twin births and well, she never did. She instead stayed were she was and went the FULL medical route. She started having weekly ultrasounds at 22 weeks (her twins are fraternal as well and there was no real reason for the ultrasounds other than her doc wanted them) as well as NST's. Pretty soon she was have twice weekly ultrasounds and NST's. Then at 30 weeks, the ultrasound tech freaked out because *baby B hadnt grown in over 2 weeks and was over a pound smaller than his brother*....which turned out to be wrong, but anyway. Her doc decided induction wasnt an option because it would stress out the babies to be born vaginally. So she had an elective cesarean the next day. Baby A was 4 lbs 6 oz, Baby B was 3 lbs 15 oz. They determined afterwards that they had made a mistake and basically, the babies could've continued to cook with no problems. Instead they spent 11 weeks in the NICU
However, they are doing great now 2 years later and she was even able to nurse them a little bit. She went the same route with the next 2 as well-3rd baby was born early by elective cesarean due to low amniotic fluid (which again-wasnt actually low.) and 4th baby was another cesarean although very much necessary that time (full placenta previa with bleeding).