Two beautiful blasts were transferred this afternoon and there are FIVE to freeze!!!! I am thrilled with this outcome. They said that one of the blasts is Grade 1 and the other is Grade 2 and they referred to them as B1 and B2. Is anyone else familiar with Bananas in Pajamas? That was all I could think about. Every time they would say "this one's B1" or "that one's B2" I would crack up. I guess whatever puts one in a good mood for the transfer is a good thing, huh?
The transfer itself was totally great. I was worried my bladder wouldn't be full enough, since I didn't really have to pee at all, but he didn't mention any issue, so *thankfully* I didn't have to lay there for 45 minutes afterwards with an uncomfortably full bladder. Plus, Dr. Ahlering ROCKS the speculum! It did.not.hurt.at.all. I couldn't believe it - not even the usual pinch when he cranked open my cervix. I think he is heaven sent.
I present...The Babies Crawford:
That's B1 on the bottom and B2 on top. Doesn't B1 kind of look like a smiley face?
Here is some Bananas in Pajamas fun, in case you haven't had the pleasure:
My sister said she would make them PJ's and visors when they're born (not that I'm counting my bananas before they hatch - but I am pregnant with twins until proven otherwise).
Betas are next Wednesday and Friday (super soon!!!)