Since Arya was born I’ve been a bit obsessed over what her eye color will eventually be. As with most white babies, she was born with blue eyes. They are a pretty dark blue though so they could turn green or more likely brown at anytime.
I guess my obsession stems from me and my family all having blue eyes. I always said I didn’t care but deep down I really want her to look like me. She has most of my facial features already so blue eyes or not it will be obvious she is mine.
I really wanted to choose a donor with blue eyes but it seemed so unimportant when it came down to choosing. Especially considering that his health history was so great and he seemed like a pretty great human all around. I just read an article that said a baby’s eyes can change until they are three so I guess I have to be patient.
In an effort to cut costs I have decided to take a leap of faith and order my drugs online from a company in Israel called IVFprescriptions.com. The price difference will be a little over $1600 (seriously). I have researched (aka googled) the hell out of this company to make sure I wasn’t being scammed. Everything I was able to find (not much) was positive.
The sketchiest part of this transaction is that I have to pay $2373 by international wire transfer. So, if this is a scam I’m seriously screwed. I was able to call the 800 number for the office located in New York and I spoke to a very strange fellow who assured me that they do about 100 transactions a day. The thing that made me more confident is that they won’t fill an order without a prescription from a U.S. doctor.
My bank wouldn’t do an international wire transfer, so after some back and forth they agreed to let me pay to a U.S. based bank. I very nervously went to my bank to transfer the funds and immediately emailed the weird customer service guy who seemed baffled my the Monday (Colombus Day) bank holiday.
I was on pins and needles for the next two days but I finally got confirmation that they had received my money and were processing my order. I got a tracking number (with a random message that they also sent me skin products from the dead sea…ummm ok?).
I have been anxiously tracking my drugs ever since. So far they have been to Tel Aviv and Queens, NYC.