Congrats on your son @apolly, lovely news
Thanks @TeamCarts I am definitely now feeling better about the idea of induction it was just a bit of a shock at first. I'm trying to avoid epidural if possible (although I know women say that and change their mind in the situation), lol if for no other reason but especially with being a nurse I'm not keen on having an indwelling catheter (I know nobody is but when I've had to put them in before I don't like the idea of someone else putting one in me). I'm also thinking that I will be able to watch the monitor screen all day, I don't think that's weird at all its very reassuring to be able to see what they're up to and if they're sleeping ok.
@KayzB my GD is under control at the moment, so much so that at the moment I have no more appointments with the diabetic educator. I saw her on Monday and my levels have all been in normal range, so she said continue to monitor twice a day and to contact her if any problems. She has given me a form to have another test 6 weeks after baby is born. Yeah I can't believe that I could be meeting the little guy by the end of the week. Ha ha he won't like being scanned again everytime he is prodded and poked he just constantly wriggles. Sorry that your feeling so tired, is it not possible to feed both twins at the same time? Or are they wanting to be fed at slightly different times? I suppose it would be hard to feed them at the same time as well. I have often wondered about that having two to feed. Yeah I can imagine ur looking at them thinking wow I can't believe they're finally here, must be such a lovely feeling.