Is Tori Spelling creating an unusual necklace?

Filed under: Bump Watch, Rumors

Actress Tori Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott are so thrilled to be expecting their first child together that Dean has said he'd like to make a necklace out of her home pregnancy test.

"We still have the pregnancy stick," McDermott is quoted as saying to OK! Magazine. " I'm going to make a necklace out of it!"

While I'm not exactly sure how one would turn a stick you pee on into a necklace (a nice choker, perhaps?) it can't be any weirder than leaving the used pee sticks underneath the bathroom counter, like I did.

How could I throw them away? So what if I peed on them, they told me I was going to have a baby!

Please, make me and Tori feel better. What did you do with your used (positive) pregnancy test sticks? Do you keep them? Trash them? Take pictures? Use them to swirl your coffee in the morning?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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