A stress-free journey to parenthood
The ovulation test kit I bought arrived on May 14, 2019. Both Jules and I were very excited to try it after we’ve made some more research while waiting for it to be shipped. I even remember my husband getting all giddy after knowing that he can get notifications about my “golden windows” through the app. Being the dork that he is, he even gave it his own term: “sexy time notification.”
Our first month of using Eveline was a bliss. The stress of having to manually track everything was lifted off our shoulders because you can see everything using the app. I also love how Eveline tells you straight-forward results so you know when you are at your low, high, or peak fertility. To top it all off, I can manage everything even with just my phone. As someone who is always on her mobile because of work, this extra perk really made things easier for me. I didn’t even have to worry about missing my peak windows because the app gives me timely notifications.
It was the first week of August 2019 when the good news came. I was merely sticking to my schedule of doing a pregnancy test in the morning so I didn’t give it much thought when I grabbed one from my stock on my way to the shower. I remember still being dizzy with sleep as I sat on the toilet that things didn’t register to me quickly when I pulled back the stick to see the results.
Two pink lines.
My eyes widened. All of a sudden, I was awake.
I hurriedly took another PT and tried it. There are still two lines. At this point, it was taking me all I have not to scream for Jules.
I finally did when the third PT registered the same. My husband nearly barrelled through the door of our bath looking scared for his life. Then things also hit him when he saw me teary-eyed, holding the test with the two lines we’ve been wishing to see for months.
I’m four months pregnant now and we couldn’t be happier. Looking back, we know we couldn’t have done it without our own drive to finally move on to this next stage in our life, the support of our family, and of course, Eveline.