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    Default If you get a BFP before Easter, how will you tell your DP?

    Even though I never expect good things like this to happen to me so easily, I am coming up to testing time and was throwing around some ideas for how to tell DH if I get a bfp.

    This is what I have come up with so far:

    so, we have chicken eggs in an incubator in our laundry waiting to hatch. It is DH's little project, so i thought I could put the hpt near the thermometer with a note saying "these are not the only things that will be hatching this year! Incubator to be decommissioned on or around Dec 28"

    What other ideas do you have for a private Easter announcement to your partner?

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    Jussi-that's a cool idea! I hope there's more suggestions My DF already knows.

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    got a couple days of waiting before I know if I can use it...

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    You could bake hot cross buns and refer to your own bun in the oven..

    Make your own chocolate eggs to gift with something inside them like a positive test, little note or little toy baby or dummy or booties..

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    You could make chocolate eggs and place the due date on a piece of paper or something in one. Go on a Easter hunt.

    Easter baby reveal maybe blue or pink centers or foil.

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    @jussi when are you testing? Good luck

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    already done a few like the poas addict i am haha! but going to do one tomorrow at 11dpo so i can confirm if i can drink over easter...then i only have one test left after that which i will save for sunday or monday if af doesnt show up

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    Good luck, I hope it's a lovely BFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnyderu View Post
    You could bake hot cross buns and refer to your own bun in the oven..

    Make your own chocolate eggs to gift with something inside them like a positive test, little note or little toy baby or dummy or booties..

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    I could imagine putting a positive poas test inside an egg lol. That chocolate would not get eaten lol. A great idea though

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    Hey Jussi, good luck getting your BFP! Your idea is a wonderful one and I doubt you need any help with coming up with wonderful ways to tell DH all on your own.

    Maybe you could get a chocolate easter egg and carefully unwrap it and poke a very small hole in the bottom. Then roll up your news so it will fall out when DH cracks the easter egg and carefully re-wrap it so he's none the wiser.

    I have my fingers crossed that you get your BFP OP!

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