Constructive criticism in any form is appreciated. Please let me know if the interview log in particular needs help, or if this concept seems to similar to other SCPs. Thank you very much, and I hope you enjoy it!
Okay, uh… I took a look at this and my first impression was "cripes, this is long." Then I started a bit, realized that there was an XXXX-1 through XXXX-3 to read about, on top of the SCP-XXXX, whom after the first paragraph kind of disappears for the monster parade and kind of was hard to identify with. I'm not too sure how anyone was able to trace the anomaly to the lady in the first place, given that it takes at least a week for the transformation to begin.
I wasn't too interested in this, sorry. As an SCP article, it's just too bloated to hold my attention, and the descriptions of the monsters (the "resembles popular depictions of Japanese “kaiju.”" thing is pretty unscientific, especially given that kaiju come in all shapes and sizes, many of which aren't necessarily unique to the "kaiju" portrayal) get kind of boring when people see generic monsters posted to the site every week.
That said, I feel like you could potentially make a really great tale out of this, since that would let you trim out a ton of the fluff text that distracts from what seems to be the strongest part of this, which is the interviews and the relationship between the mother and the monsters. You can tell the story in a collection of documents and other Foundation records, maybe with some narrative spaces, like Revised Entry, Reality Check, or Memory of a Masterpiece.
Thank you so much for the feedback! I agree that a tale will probably be the better way to construct this. I may use the interview logs interspaced with narrative portions, as well as maybe ending still with that timeline.