A week after injecting her with the serum, I got some shocking news. She was pregnant. This could lead to horrible results, but I couldn't let her know that. I just needed to monitor her closely to make sure nothing happened. It was going to be... alright. I had to tell myself that. I wouldn't be able to live with myself if it wasn't.
Only 3 months later she went into labor. What? How? After 3 months? We figured out that the serum sped up the growing process. It also caused extended mitosis. Basically, each sex cell split into two, making twins.72 hours of labor; a world record. That's not really what we were shooting for. One of them was stillborn. Sometimes twins fight over the womb, killing the other one. We didn't have any worries about Jack, though. That's what we decided to name him, after my grandfather. X-rays showed that he had stronger bones and further studies told us that his senses were 26 times stronger than the average human's; but he had markings all over his upper arms. They weren't like any birthmarks I've ever seen. They were almost like tattoos. We didn't suspect anything of them, but we should have.
For about 1 week and a half after that, we noticed flu-like symptoms. I guess 3 days of labor would take a lot out of you, obviously, so what's there to worry about? Then, IT happened. She had a heart attack. I called the ambulance, but before they could get there, her eyes liquified. Then her tongue. After just 10 minutes, all of her inner body organs turned into liquid. This could be traced back to the serum that I produced. Of course. The same thing happened to the male test subject just 3 days later. The only thing left I had to remember her by was this monstrous little thing that came out of her body 4 weeks ago.
June 21, 2043:
Jack's been with us for a year now, and he's very advanced. We've been living at the lab for the past 7 months for studies on him. He's already reading at a 4th grade level, and he's already grown to the size of a 3-year old. This serum seems to be working out, except for the disease that we found in my wife and the male test subject a year ago. We still need to run some tests but we can't take them for a couple more years when he's old enough.
Here's what I have so far, but I still need a lot more. I already have a plan for what to do later, so I just need to do Jack as a child. Please give me more feedback.