I was shocked, I tell ya, when I got an email from Amazon.com yesterday telling me a package was on the way to me.  Under normal circumstances, I'm not surprised.  I order from Amazon ALL the time.  The FedEx and UPS drivers know me well.  But this email held a little more information than I was prepared to handle...either that or my husband has some explaining to do...

Amazon sent me an email informing me that a gift from my baby registry had been purchased and was on its way to me.  BABY REGISTRY!?!?!  No babies for me!  I do like presents...just not ones related to lil humans.  I didn't click on any links (suggested by Amazon) to send a 'Thank You', in case this was a virus.  But when I woke up this morning, I learned...

Screenshot from Sarah's email

According to WMTW
On Tuesday afternoon, a number of people received an email that appeared to be from Amazon, alerting them that a gift from their baby registry was purchased by a friend. The only problem? Most of the people who received the email are not pregnant and definitely do not have a baby registry on Amazon.

Breathing a sigh of relief.  Almost ordered a pg test from Amazon to verify something I might, otherwise, be oblivious to.