Skin to skin contact in vaginal birth is now well established as a method of improving many outcomes for the baby and mother. It improves the babies temperature regulation, their chances of getting jaundice, breastfeeding, the contact between the mother and baby, and it’s been shown perhaps to even improve post-natal depression. What we’ve done at Sunnybrook is devised a method, and it’s not a new method, it’s been studies and performed in other countries, but brought that procedure to Canada and we’ve performed the first skin to skin C-section some time ago now and now it’s becoming offered routinely to patients who are applicable, as it’s not applicable to everybody, and whom are desirious of this method of delivery. Twins is a unique situation because really there’s only room for one baby on the mother’s chest during a C-section so the father has to be game and willing to accomodate. The issue is the warmth and the contact the baby has skin to skin. People who are in the room and me personally it feels not like surgery anymore, it feels more like the natural process. And I believe that’s what they studies are showing why the outcomes are different.