Have you ever peed on a stick and had an ambiguous line appear? Not a positive. Positively, not a negative. Decisively inconclusive, though. For all practical purposes, that’s where we are today. I’m sure we are pregnant, but court, the litmus test for adoption, reads a faint pink line. Two reds are required for confirmed pregnancy. No lines present reads, “Not Pregnant.” Then there is us: one red line, one faint pink line. Check back tomorrow. Maybe our "court hormones" will be strong enough for a clear read. Until then, it’s limbo for another day.