I went to my friends baby shower today that is going to donate embryos to me as soon as she delivers her triplet boys.I was a little nervous, kind of felt like I was going to a job interview.Met her Mom and sister who were very nice. Her Mother was especially nice and even prayed for me to be helped by her daughters donation.(when we were alone)She had a photo album of her daughter when she was born, a premmie only weighing 3 lbs, that she sat down and looked through with me.I told her what a wonderful, big hearted and generous daughter she had for volunteering to donate to us.When they went around the room for everyone to introduce themselves and how they know her I just said we knew each other from an online message board and we met for the first time face to face at our DR office.Only one woman, that sat next to me asked any questions and no one made me feel like I had three heads for doing IVF at my age (though i didn't tell them how old I am)So I didn't have any xanex moments or meltdowns like I was afraid I would.On the way home I saw a big rainbow in the sky, maybe a sign that God heard her prayer. So maybe I got the job.
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