Monday, June 23, 2014

Two years now

It's been two years today since the embryo transfer that resulted in the creation of our wondrous Gummy Girl. I think of all the cycles we have collectively attempted and how so many (most?) have failed. I think of how a precious few have (or will) become our children. I still marvel at this miracle. Every day. 



10 comments:

  1. Awww SO CUTE!! My mom keeps telling me I can bang my head against a wall as much as I want, things will only happen when they are destined to happen. So yeah...all these precious, hard-won babies----destined, yet so very unexpected after all the failures. Gauri came from what was my prettiest, most perfect-looking embryo. Yet, when I picked the ones for the first transfer, I overlooked that embryo. She came to me at a time I had absolutely stopped believing things would work.

    And I responded to your comment on the decoding science blog...check it out :)

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  2. Me too, Augusta, me too. Our 2 boys are the light of my life and I am still in awe daily of how they came to be. Gummie is a stunning beauty. I may not write anymore, but I'm always reading :)

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  3. She's beautiful. I also cannot believe how incredible our journey was to get to this point. All the pain and disappointment...and now joy and laughter (it's not all sunshine and roses but most of it is) every day. I smiled when I saw her dress...we have the same one but in a smaller size. :-)

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  4. Look at that beautiful miracle of yours! It's a wonderful thing ... Happy transferversary

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  5. Beautiful girl! So glad that you have her in your life :)

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  6. Sweetest smile to light the heart of a very grateful mamma. It is hard to imagine such steps resulted in this wonderful creature coming into your life. Adorable picture!

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  7. Zowie. Look at that CHILD. She is a marvel. The whole thing is a marvel, and I'm just so eternally grateful it's a marvel that happened in your life, instead of another one you had to admire at a distance.

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