You'll need a car seat to bring your baby home from the hospital or birthing center, so if you didn't receive one at your shower, go buy it as soon as possible. You'll want to know how to get the baby in and out of it easily and how to install it in the backseat of your car so it's ready when the time comes.
You deserve a reward for sticking to a fitness regimen throughout your pregnancy, especially well into the third trimester. After putting in your time at the gym this week, reward yourself with a movie or a good book. Or skip it altogether and pamper yourself with a manicure or a massage.
Make the wait more bearable with a little pampering and time with friends. Invite your best pal to join you for a pedicure, or sneak off to a day spa together. Use the hours to catch up and make plans for after you give birth.
Set up playdates for your older child now so she'll have lots to do during the first few weeks when you're busy with the baby.
While it may be tempting to keep costs down by buying just one crib for your twins to share, consider buying two. Experts say having them both sleeping in the same bed could elevate the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).