I thought about the di/di thing later. LOL! Laying on the u/s table with my husband, our other 8 and my midwife by my side I just automatically assumed they were frats yet again since ID are so rare, I've had so many previous pregnanices, now have a history of frat twins and I'll be 35 this year. The tech and my midwife both were sure to remind me that we NEED a dividing membrane...which was found. At this point, the tech thought she could see where placentas had fused but it is one big one now. We are fairly certain at one point there were 2. Even still.....I know they could still be ID depending on whern the egg might've divided. LOL! So, at this point I'm just assuming they're frats based on stats. I could get the shock of my life though if they end up ID. So, who knows.
I live in the west Texas. We just recently finally got a local midwife. up until now we had to travel an horu and a half for the one I didn't really care for so we saw one in the Dallas?Fort Worth area which was a 4 hr drive. WE were desperate. I do love our midwife here now. She is newly on her own but has apprenticed, trained and assisted for 10 yrs wit others. Now that we know there's 2 she's brining in the 2 midwives she trained under for years. One's an horu away, the other an hour and a half. We're rural so everything's spread out. LOL!
Nursing for 28 months is amazing!!! I'm impressed! Definitely already have tandem nursing as one of my main goals! Time saver in every regard. And I only know that cause I've never done it and I KNOW how long it takes to nurse 2 babies separately!! So, I can only imagine. LOL!
Blessed wife of a firefighter/paramedic and mom to 10...including 2 sets of very surprise twins!....with a sweet tiny boy welcomed into heaven at 14 wks gestation in 9/09