Having a CD to commemorate each pregnancy is a wonderful idea!
My husband actually knew before I did.
Early on in our adventure of conception, I had bought a box of tests from CVS and used two. As I realized how many I would need at my current rate, I bought a bunch less expensively online. In a fit of housecleaning, I reorganized the bathroom, throwing away unnecessary packaging. For the next two cycles I used the tests I purchased online... and then came this week where my flow was late, my breasts were tender, but every other day I had another negative test. I used up the last of the online tests.
Monday morning rolled around, and I arose to my alarm still convinced I was pregnant. I ransacked the bathroom looking for that last CVS test that I knew was in there somewhere (found it hiding amongst some old scrunchies) and as the expiration date was good I went ahead and peed on it. But when the time came to read those little lines! I had thrown out the instructions months earlier. I couldn't interpret the test.
I went and prodded my sleeping husband and asked for his advice. I searched for instructions online and found them for every name brand, but not CVS. Finally, we decided that the results looked most like a negative e.p.t. test, so I went off to classes thinking I was still negative.
He went out for some groceries midmorning, and stopped by CVS. Apparently he whooped and got a little emotional, standing there by himself in the family planning aisle.
When I got home for lunch, he was very indirect - he had bought all kinds of special food treats for me and kept smiling cryptically as I helped him to unpack and put them away, but I was very wound up about my morning class and it took me awhile to catch on. I guess I was trying to not have my hopes up anymore.
So it ended up being a pretty unique story.