Welcome to the forum - it's a warm and welcoming place for people to share their experiences and frustrations in living with the ups and downs of lupus. My oldest sons are also twins, so I well remember the stress of chasing two toddlers at the same time. Twins are so much fun, but they can also be a challenge - I just hope I can survive the stress when they are old enough to drive. Luckily I grew up with seven older brothers, so I'm completely unfazed by bugs, snakes and everything else four boys can get into.
Are you under the care of a rheumatologist or someone who specializes in lupus? I ask because you mention high-dose prednisone, which most rheumatologists prefer to avoid if at all possible. Unless you have significant organ involvement or something like pleurisy that requires a short course of steroids, steroids are not a first-line treatment for lupus anymore. Because of the risk of significant side effects, most doctors recommend steroid-sparing medications, including plaqunil, imuran and cellcept. Are you on other medications other than prednisone?
I know there will be other people along to welcome you - I just wanted to say a special hello as another mother of twins.