So I got a few twin/multiple pregnancy books out of the library and I now I'm feeling paranoid and questioning myself. I just read through the Barbara Luke book and she makes it seem that the only way one should deliver twins is by putting complete unquestioning faith in a specialized Ob. I was planning on delivering my twins with a midwife at a community hospital with only a level 2 NICU, is this foolhardy? However, I really don't want to deliver at a big university hospital and I think that I am more likely to be able to have the birth I want with a midwife I know and trust (assuming I don't develop complications earlier on). I am also worried that I will "over do it" and the Luke book made it seem like I should stop exercising working and just become a baby making machine for the next 5 months (I am currently 14 wks). I am healthy, I've had one full term baby (though I had to be induced as my water broke at 41wks and my body stubbornly refused to go into labor) and I haven't had any issues with weightloss etc during my first trimester. I think I just need some reassuring words and if any one recommend any more reassuring books on twins that would be great. I have had some reassurance simply by reading birth stories but if any of you could give me some background on your decision making process while choosing a provider and birth setting it would be great. My midwife is referring me to a perinatologist for a consult but that won't be for a few more weeks.