What are you usually doing at 8:45pm on a rainy Thursday night?
If you’re anything like me, you‘d be walking to CVS in your pajamas after a stressful day (and a gin and tonic) to buy ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) for your wife. Wait…that’s not what most people do on Thursday nights?
So anyway, I walk into CVS and scan the aisle signs until I see “family planning.” That seems to be a natural place for OPKs to live, right? I walk by baby formula, baby thermometers, baby bottles and baby powder. Hmm…if you already have the baby, aren’t you kind of done with family planning?
|It's a stretch to make this apply to scouring the aisles of CVS, but I (Kate) felt it needed to be on our site.|
|Kate's interpretation of what she thought Meg wanted to do to whomever designed the CVS layout.|