Ok so Mr. LastChance and I have some new ideas, some new plans.
Let's just leave the embryos frozen.
After all, frozen embryos make the perfect children.
They're good quality kiddos, with a decent grade. Their cells are even and some might call them beautiful. We can brag about them. They won't cost us much, just some annual storage fees. They'll never nag us, or whine, or cry, and we can continue to get a good nights' sleep and also take naps. Frozen embryos don't eat much either.
These are the things we toss around. Since we've never had very many decent looking embryos, to have six good quality ones feels like we've won the kiddo lottery, and yet they're all just 6-8 cells. Microscopic. Only kid-potential.
But they're ours. They're our kids.
And we're already proud.
So keeping them frozen forever would just let us ride out this feeling forever.
All kidding aside, I'm just waiting for a stinkin' positive on an OPK so I can email Dr. M with my ovulation so she can start working on a calendar. But naturally I'm late. Today's cycle day 15 with no surge in sight. Weirdness all around. But what can you do?
As always, don't forget about my other place I like to ramble....
2 years ago