We had our 11 week appointment a couple days ago and things looked great! There's a membrane between Baby A and Baby B!!!! If any of you have had identical twins you know how important the membrane is. If they split into identical twins after Day 8 of fertilization they become Monochorionic/Monoamniotic twins and are in the same amniotic sac. There's up to a 50% mortality rate with this type of twins because they can get entangled in each others umbilical cords. Our identical twins must have split sometime between Day 5-8 and are Monochorionic/Diamniotic twins. They are in separate amniotic sacs, but share they same placenta. There still are complications that can arise in the future, but at least we got around the first milestone!
We met with a different Dr. this time and totally loved him! We'll see him again at our next appointment in 3 weeks. Here's some pics of the kiddos.
All THREE! So dang cute!