In a previous note I observed that our grandparents were walking on eggshells as their daughter and her “a little bit fancy” husband
tried repeatedly to have a child via IVF.
Grandma has been watching the news and knows that there is some controversy over the claimed success rates of the IVF industry. [see http://theconversation.com/the-art-of-deception-ivf-success-rates-are-not-what-you-think-42894]
She’s been reluctant to discuss this with her daughter as she didn’t want to elevate existing hormone driven levels of anxiety.
She need not have worried. The young people have “gone for broke” and had three embryos implanted. Amazingly** all have resulted in pregnancy and a delivered baby/babies.
The commodities, aka babies, are pictured below.
**editorial comment made in ignorance and not intended to prejudice future business operations.
Whether these three will play nicely with their second cousins is still to be determined. If looks are any indication, they’ll be OK. ARE looks any indication?