Wow, Daddy, what an amazing person you must be to even take on this task.
Try calling La Leche league in your area. It is a group of very involved, breastfeeding moms. Obviously you aren't breastfeeding
, but those moms in your area might be very supportive and have a lot of information.
Also, try going to your neighborhood high school and talking to the health teacher. Those are the teachers that are usually quick to know if a student is pregnant and they have a lot of resources.
Planned Parenthood might be able to offer some suggestions. Usually there is an opposite to Planned Parenthood that might be helpful.
Keep asking over and over for help. It shows strength to be able to know when you need help and to ask for it. You will pay back sometime in the future to some stranger who needs you.
In my area I have helped take care of babies for no cost when the family is struggling to do their best. I am sure that wherever you are there is somebody who would do that for you. Check churches. If you just walk in and talk to somebody there will be someone to help. Just keep reaching out and reaching out. Don't be afraid to admit that you are struggling. Soon there will be somebody near to you that hears you and will jump on the bandwagon to help you.
Regarding the washing...little tiny babies don't need a lot of washing because they don't get very dirty. You could try just using pre-warmed (be careful not to get too hot) baby wipes, and forget the bath for a bit.
You really need to sleep anytime the babies are sleeping, even if it is daytime. Don't worry about the cooking and cleaning. You can do your fair share of household stuff a little later. Right now you just need to focus on yourself so that you have strength to be the best daddy you can be.
It is a joy and a privalege to be able to help somebody in your situation, and I am sure that wherever you are there is somebody to help who would find you a great blessing to them.
I wish I could hug you. Keep checking in with the wonderful people here.