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I'm Having A Baby

I’m Pregnant, can I tell the world now…
Oh, I remember, the feeling of seeing that little line appears after a nervous pee on a stick…. Then the delight in knowing you are having a BABY!! It is one of those very special moments in life that you won forget. So how do you make the announcement go off without a hitch?

From grand gestures to little intimate notes, your announcement should be perfectly suited for you. Pregnancy announcements have come a long way and couples are being very creative when it comes to the big broadcast. With the help of social media, easy photo edit apps and a little creativity, you too can share your excitement with the world.

Expecting woman have shouted to the world “I’m having a Baby” in some funny, extreme and cheeky methods. Here are our top 10 tips on preparing your announcement;

Tell him first. Don’t laugh I know a Mamma to be who posted on facebook first (from the bathroom) much to her partners horror.
Wait for the 12-week safety scan before sharing your news
Know your audience and yourself
Incorporate humor if you can
Capture it, snap a memorable picture
If you have other children include them in the shout out
Simple is sometimes best
Keep it clean, no nasty (down there) pictures
Display the love and emotion you are feeling
Don’t leave it too late. People might be curious “Is she eating too many birthday cakes at the office?”

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Date: Saturday 1st September 2018

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  • Thank you so much for my beautiful maternity bags! Just got them in the post today and am so excited 😊 we're packed and ready to go!
  • I LOVE LOVE LOVE my bags, thank you so much, you have thought of everything and they are truly worth the money.  Can't wait for Bub to arrive.
  • I was completely blown away by the amount of products that came in each bag and the fact that it was such good quality. These guys had literally thought of everything that you and the baby would need while in hospital.