I admit, I chose my donor embryo profile in large part (success ment)March 2 2012 at 11:58 AM
|BlessedThistle (no login)|
Response to new to this board - weird feelings
due to the academic and professional achievements of the donating family father and the egg donor (and the fact that three prior transfers produced a singleton and two sets of twins). I am sure the choices I made when they were in utero and beyond also have contributed to their intelligence, but I have a couple of very bright little ones now, despite arriving at 25w6d and spending 4 months in the NICU. I think it is ok to hope for smart children but be mindful that even with the best of parental DNA you may have a child who is average or delayed and I bet you will love them dearly with no respect to IQ.
Are you having a hard time finding a known donor who meets your desired traits?