"Self pity is our worst enemy, and if we yield to it, we can never do anything wise in the world."
- Helen Keller1880-1968, Blind and Deaf Educator

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Waiting

What to do during the 2ww? As an update, the transfer took place on day 5- 2 beautiful blastocysts. Of the others, only one was frozen as 3 arrested in their development, one was missing a key component of the blast, and the other one didn't make it.

I am so glad we didn't do a day three transfer. What if they had transferred one of the ones that didn't make it? On day three, all of them were looking stellar.

And now the wait. What to do? My RE said to relax for 72 hours and I am taking that to mean complete bed rest whereby my hubby waits on me hand and foot. It's already been 2 days. 12 more to go. What to do? Hmmm. What to do?

9 comments:

Monique said...

I wish there was a fast forward button for times like these. Hoping for the best!

Natalie said...

Got any good books? Send your hubby to the library with a list!

That's why I like day 5s as well.... at day 3 they all can look great. Certainly increases your chances!

Lorraine said...

I can't even think about your next twelve hours of bed rest - I am just so happy to hear about your transfer! Day 5 is great, and I am rooting for those little guys!!!!

Shelli said...

Peace to you while you wait!!!

Cara said...

Hmm...how about write letters to your little loves? That hubby of yours sounds like a definate keeper!!

Zil said...

Any DVDs you've been looking forward to seeing? Online shopping? Suduko?

Glad everything went well. Grow little babies!

areyoukiddingme said...

If all else fails, there's always solitaire.

mrsmuelly said...

Wonderful - 2 beautiful blasts. The 2ww are killer, for sure. Glad that you are taking advantage of a few days rest - what a great hubby! I'll be on pins and needles with you for the next 12 days...

Kami said...

I have another idea! Now that it is 12 dpo . . . if I counted right . . . I would POAS!!!