Hi Anon! I read this line and immediately thought of The Lion King. I hope you like your prompt :)
It seemed like a good idea at the time, it really had. Being a woman of science, you knew the statistics, the chances of an embryo taking, let alone being carried to term,were between 20 and 35%. So why notdouble down?
When Gail took a pregnancy test a week after her trip to
their OB/GYN and the digital readout said ‘pregnant’, you were both ecstatic. The physician in you knew it was possible to
miscarry, but the mother in you was already in love.
The joy of Gail’s pregnancy made it easy to take when you
noticed a light period one day, a few weeks after your own insemination. You just assumed the embryo didn’t implant,
but then you started to feel nauseous.