My twins were born 7 minutes apart. (at 35 weeks 6 days)
I delivered in the hospital, in the OR. I amazed the staff though by going without any pain meds whatsoever. I did have pit as my tired, old uterus just was not able to contract effectively no matter what we tried.
Baby A, Livia, came first and went to the NICU for about 2 hours as she had a bit of trouble breathing at first.
Baby B, Caleb, after a quick u/s scan was shown trying to come with both arms over his head. My doctor reached in there, moved his arms down and had me push hard and fast (as if I didn't want him out NOW! LOL) to get him down enough that he could not raise his arms again as he was trying to do. I remember asking if it was too late for an epi at that point.
Caleb spent about an hour in the NICU too for the same reason as LIvia.
After Livia was born, I had that sense of relief that one gets when it is all over and the baby is out. Then I remembered I was having twins and yelled "Oh sh*t! I have to do that again!" Everyone was cracking up over that.
Both babies were on my stomach briefly after their births but started retracting so off to the NICU they went.
Once they came back to me, they were together all the time. I never used the isolettes much to the dismay of the on call ped. But that is a whole nother subject.