Sunday, September 21, 2008

Monday is the New Day of Rest

Monday at 11 I've got a date with some embryos.

Of the 9 eggs retrieved, 8 were mature. (So much for that high tech ultrasound.) Four of those were successfully inseminated. Monday I will find out whether any or all of them look good after 3 days. I'll take what I can get.

I'll be resting today, and thinking about how these can be pictures of the same child, taken just one over year apart:

7/21/07 Sheep Wagon
July 2007

Ada enjoying the sheep wagon
September 2008
Whatever happens, I am incredibly lucky.  

16 comments:

  1. ... and deserving.

    I feel I should remember but what is that righteous wagon? Beautiful wood and iron work. What is that thingy.

    never at a loss for a reference question.

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  2. Good luck today! I hope you have at least a couple beautiful embryos to put back in.

    Your daughter is lovely! My daughter also has blond hair with curls in the back! I am truly thankful for my daughter as well. There was a long time where I never thought I'd have her.

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  3. When did the timid toddler in the first photo make way for the little girl walking through in the second? Seriously. I don't remember that happening.

    Rest. Deep breaths.

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  4. Sending all good thoughts westward for you!

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  5. Oooh - good. I'll be thinking of you at 2pm my time.

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  6. That hair--so gorgeous. (No lice for you!)

    Sending fertile waves your direction.

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  7. Good luck, I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

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  8. She is gorgeous. Keeping you in my thoughts...

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  9. Good luck with those babies.
    Looking at your daughter you can't really improve on perfection! She is such a beautiful little girl.

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  10. Mo-Wo - the wagon is a sheep wagon. Chris's uncle rehabbed it.

    http://www.wagons-wheels.com/sheepwagons.html

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  11. And thanks for the good thoughts, all.

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  12. Can I give you permission to take it easy today as well?

    I am twenty-eight years older than your daughter, but I really wish that I had her hair. Wow. Those are some lovely pictures ...

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  13. wow, 8 mature eggs, that's great! And 4 fertilized, woo-hoo! I've been away too long from this blog. Hope everything worked out.

    Those pictures are crazy - can a kid grow that much in a single year?

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  14. amazing curls. wow...

    I have all my fingers and toes crossed for you.

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  15. (un)relaxeddad9/23/2008 2:33 PM

    Lovely pictures! Keeping my fingers crossed that it works out.

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  16. She's glorious.

    All the best to you. Hope it was a good week.

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