The transfer yesterday couldn't have gone smoother. We walked into the office at exactly 9am. The nurse was actually waiting for us (shocking I know). She skipped us up the line (office was crazy busy yesterday!) and brought us right back. I got changed, swallowed the valium and was in the stirrups with the quickness.
The embryologist came in to give us an update of our embabies. Of the four that were not frozen immediately, all were still growing! One was a bit behind and may end up being an abnormal, but we decided to keep it for now and see what happens. So, that leaves us with 5 snowbabies for future use - yay! She also gave us a picture of the two we would be transferring... 1-7cell and 1-6cell. The picture quality isn't the best, as it is a picture of a picture, but here they are :)
Mr held my hand and got to finally see the inner happenings of the RE office. He had us all laughing during the procedure with this gem, "So, this is all I had to do to knock her up?"
After staying reclined for about a 1/2 our, we were on our way with instructions of bedrest for two days. Mr has taken this instruction much more strictly than I, so I am taking advantage of the TLC and enjoying being spoiled. He has been amazing.
So, now we wait. I go for my beta draw on Tuesday 2/16.
Keep fighting and growing little ones - we love you already...