Sunday, October 2, 2011

Mi Casa es Su Casa

That is our mantra today after a downright delightful FET.

Both of our little frosty embryos not only survived the thawing process, but were eager to get things going as one had already hatched and the other was in the middle of hatching.  We are taking that as a good sign! No assisted hatching necessary for these little overachievers.





Two very happy mommies pre-FET.
(Don't mind Momma L's cross-eyes!)


Dr. M was his calm, encouraging self. All the staff were friendly and in a great mood today - a mood that completely reflected my own mood. I woke up well rested and joyful, such a difference from our IVF cycle. We got to my acupuncture appointment and though my regular acupuncturist wasn't there this weekend, her colleague had such a soft, gentle nature about her I almost felt it created even more peacefulness within me.

I think I walked through the entire morning with a slight sense of euphoria.

This entire cycle has been so relaxed and "normal" that I have intentionally been avoiding blogland to try and keep it that way. I am thankful for this blog and all the online support I've found, but I also find that I start to focus on what is going on with everyone else and find myself comparing our journey with theirs. I didn't want to do that to myself this time. I needed a bit of a break. I didn't even want to focus on what was going on in our own journey. I merely wanted to relax and just let life be. And it has been. What a relief.

My one year blog-o-versary came and passed, but I couldn't bring myself to make a post about it because at the time I didn't want to reflect on this last year and find myself unable to see what we have gained rather than what we haven't. So I let it go and still hadn't given it too much thought until yesterday when we learned some of the best news for our best friends. Then I was forced to look the last year in the face and not just acknowledge it, but thank all these past experiences for making me a stronger, more patient woman, for making me a more grateful woman!

Because of all this, we are more prepared than ever for all the possibilities of how this may turn out. Whether positive or not, we are happy to be where we are in life right here, right now. Yes, it may sound a bit corny, but we have great jobs, great friends and family, great health, and a great relationship. We are ready to add to that, but finally are fully aware of what we have.

So c'mon little frosties, all you need to do is stick around. Settle in, make yourselves at home. You have two mommies that are ready to have you join us in this blessed life of ours.

12 comments:

  1. Glad to hear that things are going well. Best of luck with your two little frosty babies.

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  2. fingers/toes crossed
    -Meli

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  3. hooray!!! So glad it went so well for you and fingers crossed that you continue feeling awesome!!! :)

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  4. So, so happy to hear that your snowbabies thawed perfectly and were already prepared to get multiplyin'! Lots of luck headed your way!

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  5. Good luck, good luck, good luck!!! Thinking of you and your beautiful snowbabies :)

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  6. fingers crossed!
    that's awesome they both survived the thaw, gives me hope for my two frosties :)

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  7. How wonderful! I just re-read the last few months of your blog for encouragement (just started BCP). You have been so open and honest and I will be praying for your snowbabies to hunker down and stay put! Best wishes!!

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  8. Great post. I know how you feel about comparing to others with the blogging. Glad you're at where you're at, and I will be sending sticky thoughts!

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  9. sticky pixie dust your way <3

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  10. I hope those snow babies are making themselves right at home!!!

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  11. Good luck!!!! thinking of you!

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