Even now, two tiny parasites (note to self – must come up with catchy nicknames) are attempting to recover from the shock of the catheter and worm their way into my endometrium.

Off to rest (both because of transfer, and because I worked last night.)  Freeze report is tomorrow, but I have three blasts, 6 morulas and around 14 twelve-cells that they’re watching.  We’ll see what makes it to become a totsicle. 

Two AA blasts are on board, so I’ve got as good a chance as it gets – just waiting to see what, if anything, my body makes of it.

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10 Comments on “Transfer”

  1. Jess Says:

    Sticky, snuggly vibes to you and your two double A’s!

  2. Yee-haw! Go, little parasites, go!

  3. Kim Says:

    Wooohoo!!! Snuggle in and hold on tight little parasites! 🙂

  4. Sarah Says:

    Yay!!! Congrats!

  5. Kristine Says:

    WOW!! That is an awesome fert report. Hoping these two little ones snuggle in for the long haul.

  6. Crossing my fingers that those two little parasites will snuggle in for the long haul…

    Nicknames for the parasites?? Thing 1 and Thing 2? Rocky and Bullwinkle? Rosencrantz and Guildenstern? (wait, no, they don’t make it to the end of the play…)…Fred and Wilma? Shaggy and Scooby?

    Crossing my fingers,

  7. Jennifer Says:

    Good luck!

  8. Jillian Says:

    Oh wow. Everything seems to have happened so quickly! But maybe that’s just from my perspective. Ha. Yes to nicknames, please!

  9. I’m thinking about you!

  10. Natasha Says:

    Thinking of you and your little bugs!!

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