I was astonished to learn that 67% of expectant Mom’s save their home pregnancy test. Though I never took a home pregnancy test as I was able to get a doctor’s test right away each time – I’m sure that I would have saved mine if I used one. After all, the moment that you see a positive home pregnancy test, is the moment that you discover you are to become a Mom, it’s the first keepsake. Yet, those that have kept their home pregnancy tests, where do they keep them? In a plastic baggie? e.p.t. now offers women a commemorative keepsake case and a scrapbook card – so that this first memory is tucked away in style.
Of course this tour brings back memories when I discovered I was pregnant with my children. As I said, I was in the doctor’s office, and was told by the doctor. In both cases I was very certain, so I wasn’t that shocked. Yet, I did rush out of that office and immediately called Hubby. I always kind of regretted not taking an at-home pregnancy test, just so that I could have shared the big moment with Hubby instead of calling him. And, instead of saving the tiny piece of paper with the date and doctor-scratch of what vitamins to take – I could have had an actual ‘positive’ test result. As a keeper of all mementos from hospital bracelets to cards brought with flowers myself, I know that the e.p.t keepsake case is going to be a hit with expectant Mom’s who use an at-home pregnancy test!
For more information about e.p.t.’s Keepsake Case and pregnancy testing, please visit www.testaccurately.com.
e.p.t. has partnered with Room to Grow, an organization that is dedicated to enriching the lives of babies born into poverty throughout their critical first three years of development. Please consider Room to Grow when you select a charity to support.
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of e.p.t and received an e.p.t. keepsake case and a $20 gift card to JustGive.org to facilitate my review.