In the surrogacy world pineapples are seen as a bit of a good luck charm. This is because pineapple contains bromelain which is thought to help with embryo implantation. A lot of GCs (gestational carriers) eat pineapple leading up and after their transfer. (The catch is you have to eat the core too and I’m hoping that blending it up in a smoothie with make it more tolerable.)
I tell you that to tell you this: I ran to Old Navy today to pick up some shirts for the husband and myself for our upcoming vacation. I found this:
How cute is that?? It was the very last one and it just happened to be in my size! How crazy, that never happens! I didn’t even see it the first time, I had to go back to pick out a different color of another shirt and then I saw it literally right in front of me. I checked the size and immediately felt like it was meant to be mine. I happen to believe in fate and signs to a certain degree and this felt like both. I obviously don’t know what the road ahead has in store, but having this shirt fall into my lap sure felt like it was meant to be. Hopefully one day in the not so distant future I can wear it for a transfer 😁😁
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That’s so cute! You’re right, that never happens, especially at Old Navy. I hope it really is a good omen!
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