Wow....congratulations!! I stumbled on your post and just had to write. I can't imagine finding out at 33 weeks....but I didn't even make it to 33 weeks (I made it to 32 weeks, 6 days). So good for you for getting this far. My advice to you, because you don't have much time (twins are often, though not always, premature, but twin pregnancies are considered to be full term at 37 weeks) is to get prepared now! There's a small discussion on here about good books for someone expecting twins: http://www.mothering.com/discussions...ight=twin+book
I highly recommend both books. Karen's book was a lifesaver for me because we had serious problems breastfeeding. Since my girls were 7 weeks premature, they took a long time (3 months) to finally learn to get full meals off me. Barbara Luke's book is really good for preparing for twins. She even has a list of things you need for twins--what you need 2 of, what you can live with just one of, etc.
Also, it might help you to find a local mother's of twins club in your area. Mine has a buddy program for mothers who are expecting multiples, and I learned a lot from other women who had BTDT. You might be able to find a local club at the National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs' website at: http://www.nomotc.org/
. Or, Google "twins club & [your town]" or something similar. I'm an AP mama of twins and most of the women in my MOMs group are not, so we don't have all that much in common as far as parenting philosophies, but I still learn quite a bit from them.
In a way, you're lucky. I found out that I was having twins at 6 weeks. The first trimester of a twin pregnancy is really touch & go and I was terrified something bad was going to happen. I had a rough pregnancy, but thankfully everything turned out ok and I now have two happy, healthy, beautiful girls. You didn't have to worry about all the "what ifs" during the first trimester.
Get your rest now (because you won't get much after they're born), eat lots of protein, drink lots of water and pamper yourself! There is a section here on Parenting Multiples at: http://www.mothering.com/discussions...play.php?f=158
Congratulations again! And welcome to the sisterhood of the motherhood of multiples.