5/22/2012

Today is transfer day... aka impregnation


And we're pretty giddy with excitement—or nerves—maybe both, really.

33 comments:

Cassie said...

Happy Transfer Day. :)
I say it is a good day for frozen yogurt.
(Good Luck! We love you guys.)

Auntie T said...

Good luck you guys! My prayers are with you! hugs and kisses!!!

How Sweet It Is said...

You guys are adorable! Ok I need to write you an email. I think I need details in this area as we are looking into the process and I know nothing haha! Praying for you guys!

Geoff and Christy said...

Good Luck! I'm excited to hear how it goes!! :)

Battfam said...

We're with you!

Tyrel and Brianne Garner said...

Woohoo! Ty told me you were doing this soon but I didn't realize it was today soon! Good luck! I need to call you I've been a bad friend! Anyway, I hope it goes well!

Nycole said...

Good luck! Prayers with you guys. And take your "princess days" seriously! Don't do a thing!

kate said...

Bring on the red-headed babes!!!!!!!

Josh + Kiri said...

GOOD LUCK JAS & GER!!!

Ashley Aikele said...

Sure love you guys! Good luck :)

Megan Marie said...

fingers crossed!

xo

dani said...

woo-hoo! :) praying that everything goes smoothly!

Heidi said...

Saw your blog on Sydney's and I went and read pretty much every post. Your story is so touching and I will be keeping you guys in my prayers.

Also, my husband is in optometry school too, in Philadelphia, but we are in the middle of rotations and just worked with guys from your husband's school.

Not sure why I told you, but small world. Anyway- thinking about your fam.

Beth Willmore said...

Good luck you guys!

McKenzie Guymon said...

Woohoo! Some good news! I hope things go smoothly!

Katie Blacker said...

Just read every post with the label IVF. Thanks for sharing your journey. My man and I are going to do this sometime in the near future and I am glad to know your thoughts. thanks for being so brave and candid. seriously.

I am so sorry to hear about your husbands health. Thinking and praying for you both.

you had to be there

SarahLagen said...

I just found your story from the daybook, I wanted to send you all my love and wish you the best luck EVER!

A couple years back my mom got really sick and I understand the rang of emotions that you must be going have. I will keep you and your husband in my thoughts! :)

Sarah said...

I guess I'm not the only one who came across your blog today thanks to the Daybook. Just went through your entire archives and I just wanted to say how inspiring and moving your posts are. I'm praying for you guys - for everything - from the lung transplant, to your impregnation (I find it just as gross a word as you do, apparently!). Good luck!!! I'll be following along from now on :)

Sarah
smalltowncatwalk.blogspot.ca

Eloquent English said...

Yeah what an exciting time in your life!!! New follower! xoxo

Urban Nester said...

I think you guys are incredible! Good luck today! I'll be praying for you guys!

I'm your newest blog follower :]

molly
http://alwaysamrsforeverakidd.blogspot.com

ashley mikell said...

yay! i'm excited for you and am praying for you guys! cutest babies ever coming right here!

Newlymeds said...

Congrats!! I hope it goes well! I wanted to share a website of a friend with CF who is trying to raise awareness http://emilysentourage.org/

camandholls said...

Hi, my name is Hollie, I actually went to school with Jason's brother Jon. I just came across your blog and I am so excited for you guys to be doing IVF! Last year at this same time my husband and I were also doing IVF and now a year later we have four month old twins!! I will be praying for you guys that everything goes perfectly! And make sure to relax and take it easy on those “princess days”!!

Bon Bon said...

oh happy day! excitement and nerves and holy crap moments, I'm sure:-) let the adventure begin! xoxo

jacquelyn | lark+linen said...

Just came here from Sydneys blog and cannot tell you how inspiring you both are. I've just donated to your cause. It isn't much but I want to help any way that I can. You are both in my thoughts and I wish you the very, very best!

April said...

Hi there! So weird I just came upon your blog - my husband and I did IVF this time last year and now have a almost 4 month old amazing daughter :) What an incredible journey you two are embarking on! You blog is moving, I will definitely keep reading!

communikate. said...

Best of luck!! :)

His Little Lady said...

good luck! your story is just so inspiring :)
xo TJ

Meagan Murtagh said...

I love you guys and your love for each other. Such inspiration! I made a small donation to Team Jason today :)

Ali Wright said...

I have come across your blog several times here and there..because of byu-idaho/photography/cf I have loved getting caught up on the last several of your posts. I just had a cousin receive a double lung/heart transplant at Stanford because of cf and she is doing amazing now. She lives in southern california {sharlie kaltenbach} Not sure if the cf community is super close but I hear it is. My heart & prayers are with you and your husband!!

Emily said...

Hello -- I just stumbled across your blog via The Daybook Blog. I've spent the past hour and a half just reading your old posts, and I wanted to take a moment to tell you how moved I am by your relationship. I am a grad student myself, and I am also madly in love with my high school sweetheart, who is now my husband. Other than that, it seems that my husband and I don't have much in common with you and Jason. We're from the Northeast, we are bleeding heart liberals, I'm terrible at science and could never be an optometrist, I can't take a good picture to save my life, we've never been to California, and we're not Mormon. But we are two young people who love each other. And reading about your relationship and all of the ways it is being tested and how gracefully and steadfastly you respond to each challenge just gets me right through the heart. I am inspired to be more humble, to express my love for my husband a little more, and to value each healthy moment together more. I just wanted to take a moment to let you know how touching your story is for me, and how many positive thoughts and prayers I will be sending your way. I hope Jason has a successful transplant and you both get a beautiful little baby in the near future. Thanks for sharing such a personal and beautiful story. I'll be thinking of both of you!

Lucy said...

I think that Emily's comment is awesome and sums it up! GOTEAMJASON!!!

Adrienne said...

Geri and Jason, sendin lots of baby making vibes and am donating to the cause right now! I love you two both so much- you inspire me!

Xo
Adrienne