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BFN 10 DPO then BFP 11 DPO !!!!!

Hi Ladies! I'm 27 yrs old and no babies but have been obsessed with pregnancy vlogs, forums, boards etc for over a year. BF and I have been together for 4 years and plan to get married but not engaged yet... We did the deed a few weeks ago and was the 2nd time ever we didnt use protection. I know my cycle very well and also use a period tracker app. Well at the time I didnt realize it was 1 day before ovulation. I actually didn't notice until 4 days later when I went to check when AF was due.. I started testing secretly on 6 dpo. Insane, I know. I tested every single day and I couldn't even pretend to see anything. Yesterday was 10dpo and still stark white. Not a hint of anything. Nothing. Today at 4pm(11dpo) I decided Okay I'm going to do this one more time. If its negative I'm done and I'll just wait for my period and tell no body about this ever. I'm walking to the bathroom and had a convo with myself out loud ( i never do that !) "Okay, if its negative you're fine. You want to go to the Caribbean in December anyways..." POAS... I left it in the bathroom, did some chores around the house and returned to check yet another negative test. BUTTTT!!!!!!!! there it was, 2 pink lines. I could see it before I even picked it up! I just looked at myself in the mirror and kept thinking NO WAY. NO WAY. I ran to the store and got two more tests and they came back positive too! My BF is out of town until tomorrow and has no idea at all and I can't wait to tell him!! I kept reading BFN to BFP stories this whole time. I think i had a feeling but wasn't sure. But here we are !!!!!! I'm not sure if anyone will read this awfully long story but since I can't tell anyone yet this is the next best thing!!! sending everyone out there the best of thoughts and good vibes to you all. xoxo
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