Week 4 – The endless wait

While Frosty is using their pickaxe and rappel racks to hatch themselves in the uterine linen, we wait. Goodness if the waiting is the longest waiting ever.

We need to wait eleven days after the transfer to have the HcG hormone flowing in the blood, and thus detect if Frosty has made it.

Oven (if there is one to report about!) updates

All looks nice and quite from the outside. Walking at 46.3kg – 102 lbs, with minimum bloating.

Meanwhile, Frosty–if they hatched–is the size of a poppy seed.
At the present moment, Frosty is a Schrödinger’s Frosty. It could be that they’ve hatched and connected already, it could be not.

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