It seems that the Wednesday morning check of the emby's revealed that they were growing a bit slowly, but that they were, for the most part grade 1. They told us they'd call this morning and confirm if we were going to go ahead with the 3 day transfer or wait for day 5. Painfully enough, the news this morning was inconclusive. There were 4 that had picked up the pace, and some that had a lot of cells, but were not as high quality. Dr Calm consulted with the embryologist and called back to say that were pushing through to day 5. Ack. I just really wanted to have less angst, but alas, that is not to be my lot, eh?
My husband took full responsibility for the late growing style of the embryo's: he said it was his genes influencing them to think they could get one more thing done before they divided again. Sweet man.
The plan for now is to do the transfer on Day 5 (or 6 if they aren't fully blastocysts). I just hope we don't lose all of them. Oy. In a way it is a huge relief to have this going on outside of my body. The mystery aspect of all of this was killing me slowly.