I’ll raise my own hand on this one. I’ve got both of mine moldering in time capsules from my girls’ births. Gross, I know. It’s a stick full of old pee. Ew. But I can’t bring myself to part with the disgusting things.
Apparently, I’m not alone. According to a probably not all that scientific poll conducted by pregnancy test manufacturer e.p.t., 67% of mamas save their positive pregnancy test.
For all you gals who did, or will, e.p.t. has created a cute little keepsake pouch for them. I am not even joking.
The pouch is purple, adorable, and doubtless more sanitary than displaying it on a “baby altar” along with your baby-to-be’s first sonogram, little hats and “birth art” from the hippie dippie childbirth class you took. Not that, ahem, I’d know anything about that.
The keepsake case is available with a mail-in proof-of-purchase from an e.p.t. pregnancy test. So if you’re trying to conceive now, and think you might want one, hold on to that cardboard box. I had no idea anyone still did the proof-of-purchase thing. Maybe next month they’ll offer a decoder ring that will tell your baby’s sex.