My OB answered all of our questions to our satisfaction. Unfortunately, since we are with an HMO, it's looking like she might not be there for the delivery. They do a rotation system so I'll probably get whomever is available. They always have a perinatologist on call, though, and they are very used to delivering twins. She said the hospital we are going to be at is the one that the HMO refers all high risk cases to and all multiples.
She examined our ultrasound pictures and agreed that the sac sizes were something of concern and that they were looking much better in last week's ultrasound. She is ordering another ultrasound for sometime just after 14 weeks so we can check it out again and make sure everything is going well. She also did a quick ultrasound today and the babies are looking fantastic! They are so cute in there. :) The sac sizes are looking great, too!
I bought the stroller! It's a Peg Perego Duette Tandem. It's an older model so it doesn't have the fancy stearing wheel, but we couldn't affort the $700+ price tag. This used one was a bargain on Craigslist. It also works like the Snap-n-go in that the frame would take car seats, but as you read in my previous post, we are leaning toward getting convertible seats instead of infant seats. I just don't know what we'd do, though, if we travel, and we will travel.
I love this stroller. The seats convert to bassinets so the babies can lie down. They can also be put in in any direction, even facing each other.