First off, we all know that it took 3 of us to make the embryos that are now nested inside my womb. It took Mooshie's eggs, which there were 9 of (a # that is 3 x 3!), CJ's super swimmers, and my womb. 3 of us and we got a BFP from it.
Next, we placed 3 embryos back into my uterus. Who knows how many stuck, we shall soon find out, but 3 was the lucky number. Nothing left. Just the 3 were all we had.
Meanwhile, on my MSN message board (TTC board), there were 3 of us that were doing donor egg IVF cycles for the first time. 3 of us, and we all 3 got PG. "Good things comes in 3's, right?".
In the past, CJ and I had been through 13 medicated cycles before we finally decided to give donor eggs a try. Yes, there is a 3 in that number *giggle*
CJ and will be married 3 years when we have our baby(ies). We started trying to have them 3 months before our wedding (oh, we thought we were so cute and special).
The weekend before my BFP, the weekend that Moosh is convinced the embies implanted, we spent at the Cove Point Lodge, and there was that miracle display of light coming through the clouds: with 3 baby clouds at the base of the light (if you look closely). Is that our babies telling us they are coming home soon? Talk about getting the chills: I still get teary eyed when I see this picture. I want to blow it up, frame it and hang in the future nursery!
Then, as I was telling the news to my childhood friend in Duluth, she pointed out a verse about how God knitted the babies together in my womb. Guess what number(s) are in the verse?
Psalm 139: 13: For you formed my inmost being. You knit me together in my mother's womb.
You knit me together in my mother's womb, you presumably being God. If you are one who is more faithful, you may consider God to be 3 beings in one : The Father the Son, and the Holy Ghost. Yes, 3.
Pretty cool, huh?