I did exactly the same - up until about a week before the birth I was really excited and then as it got very near the reality seemed to kick in - how on earth would I cope. But of course I did, as you will. People you barely know will take an enormous amount of interest in you and your babies, far more so than for a single birth - you'll get more support, both physically and emotionally. Do try to enjoy it, very soon you'll wonder where the early days went. Oh and if they're anything like mine they won't gang up on you they'll be wanting you take sides with them against the other twin!
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