I love those embryos already. With all of my heart. With all of my soul.

I had no idea I would become so attached to them so quickly. I want to grow them, protect them, mother them. They are already our babies to me.

I never thought I would feel this way about a cluster of cells. I can run through all of the scientific aspects, but it doesn’t matter. When I look at the pictures of those embryos, my heart fills up.

It makes this two week wait different. I want to believe they are nestling in for 9 long months. I don’t want to know if they don’t.

Right now, I am savoring every day that they could be there. This could be the closest we’ve ever been to babies.

And I will love them more each day.

~ by Larisa on March 30, 2006.

10 Responses to “love”

  1. what a beautiful post! the love one has for a child is clearly present and it’s so beautiful. GROW, babies, GROW!!

  2. What a beautiful post. Grow embies grow.

  3. Those are your babies…in their purest form..I hope they snuggle in for a long nine months…Good luck

  4. I know exactly how you feel.

  5. I know how you feel and what a beautiful feeling it is. Wishing you the best.

  6. What’s that expression some use? PUPO: PG until proven otherwise. 🙂

    The desire to have a child is not rational, so no one should expect you to treat this 2WW with scientific objectivity. Including yourself! So savor away.

    Fingers crossed.

  7. IT makes such a difference to know for sure that there are embryos in you, and that you even have a picture of them…

    Grow, embryos, grow. Your mother and father need you.

  8. I know exactly how you feel. Last time around I could not believe the love and hope I had towards those embryos. I think it is because you know that that cell is a mixture of the man you love and yourself…which is a powerful thought. I hope they stick around and you really get to know them.

  9. May hope guide these two weeks. Grow, babies, grow!

  10. Oh Mrs. Hope, I’m so thrilled to know that you made it this far – and that after everything the transfer was okay. There’s no reason now for those embryos not to stick around! Wishing you success and luck and anything else so that 9 months from now you’re truly a mom.

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