Before getting to the birth you need to understand why and how we ended up with an Unassisted Birth. It was a journey.
I learned early on that I was having di/di twins. This means each baby has their own sac and their own placenta. I was not excited. I spent very little of my pregnancy actually excited. Immediately, the midwives threw a whole list of twin risks at me, and told me I was … Keep Reading!!!
Twins account for 90% of multiple births but there is still so much misinformation among the public about twin pregnancies. People often think there are only two typical types of twins: Identical and Fraternal. There are actually 7 twin types but 3 common, and only 2 allow you to know if they are identical or fraternal prior to birth.
Mo/Mo twins share a sac and a placenta. These twins are always identical. Mo/Mo occurs when the egg splits … Keep Reading!!!