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We are Pregnant! 4 weeks

OMG!!!! Tonight I have been sitting at the kitchen table working on my computer and watching some of my shows that I had Tivo. Taylor is in Texarkana at a seminar. I decided to take a pregnancy test just a few days early. My plan was to take one on Friday. I was about to toss it in the trash when I began to see a faint second line. HOLY COW! Am I really seeing this? It began to get darker and darker. I ran shaking and in tears to the phone. Could this FINALLY be true? Crap I couldn't call Taylor and tell him over the phone. Plus he was in the car by now with 2 other people and I know for sure he would have me on speaker phone :) I had to call Britney. Jason answers the phone. I say in a quivery voice, "Is Brit awake?" He says "No but I can wake her up. Is everything okay?" "Yes!" I reply "You're prego, aren't you!" he responds. "No just get Brit on the phone" I said back. I ended up going down to their house so they could see the stick and tell me for sure if I was or wasn't seeing things. Britney had already pulled out some books for me to take home and read. I couldn't wait for Taylor to get home. I decided to wrap the pregnancy test up and have him open the wonderful little gift :) We are SO excited and can't wait to tell everyone when the time is right! For know you guys are the only ones we are letting in on our little secret! We decided to name it Poppy Seed Adams until we know what we are having. -Sarah

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