Love Seed clothes, especially for kids. It use to be so hard walking past the kids section. Glad to hear there are some cute boy clothes to.
I've been looking at Prams and Car seats this week... think I am going for the Infa-secure cosi-safe cs40cs Car seat amd the Bebecare Rverse XLR Stroller... The both rated well in the choice review and both reasonable in price.
Promotes calm birthing where possible. Not pushy, just educational and helps mother and father learn their roles and each others. I feel better for it already. My classes are 3 hours over 4 weeks. Also claimable through health insurance best to go from 20 weeks so you can start practicing the breathing etc.
we have a dilemma and would appreciate an opinion.
We have one 5 day grade a blastocyst in the freezer. After this baby we will have completed out family and after the rough time I've had with MS I i don't feel I can go thru another pregnancy.
What are your thoughts about what to do with this embryo. It breaks my heart thinking about putting my snow baby inthebin! But what are you all doing with left over embryos.
as it is an embryo I can't bear to give it to a couple I don't know as I won't have any control over how they raise it. I offered the embryo to my best friend also on IVF but she declined it.
What are you all going to do?
Honestly I would at least keep the embryo for at least one year.
I tend to agree with you about donating, I personally could not give them to anyone unless it was my sister.
We have decided if we have any left after this process we will either donate to science or donate to a couple that needs one. I couldn't destroy the embie as it is part of my husband and I and I would like to give it the same opportunity that we are giving this one or help with the research that made all this possible.
I have actually decided that I am going to do a cycle and donate my eggs to someone that needs them, I have a very strong urge to give something back as I feel that I have been so fortunate to have this opportunity.
I wish I could give one to a friend who is TTC her 2nd through IVF but I think crosses a line somehow, I have read that you can donate outside your state so there is less chance of interaction down the track.
Sorry for the long answer, I am quite passionate (and opinonated) about it... breaks my heart to think anyone would just throw one away.
I don't have any left, but if I did, I'd like to think we would have donated them to another couple.
To be able to give someone the chance to be a parent would be the greatest gift I could ever give, but it's not for everyone.
If I was able to donate my eggs, I would.
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