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Thread: Announcing pregnancy to family
January 9th, 2013 07:52 PM #26
Congrats on the successful sharing of the news!Nathaniel . Eden | Alessandra . Noel
January 10th, 2013 08:26 PM #28Senior Member
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These are the cutest ideas ever! Especially the photo one.
Megan, Congratulations! It sounds like you had a lot of fun!
Best of luck to you and your expanding family.
Last edited by charliesmommy126; January 10th, 2013 at 08:30 PM.Good luck,
Married to my high school sweetheart
Mother to Charles Nathaniel aka Charlie [1.26.09]
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May 14th, 2013 12:10 AM #30
I was quite young with my first and kind if a little ashamed as well. I had always planned wedding then baby but that didn't happen. So with the exception of actually telling my mom I let nature do the talking.
With my second I was still quite young and not at all ashamed. I had my family over for a barbecue and wore about 6 shirts. The first one was just regular, the second one said there is a person here and nothing else. After about 30 mins I took it off and the next one said that has something to say. Again 30 mins later the next said you're never gonna guess. The next one said wait for it and the last said I'm pregnant again.Wife and mom of three soon to be 4.
Loving Sam, Joely, Arlo, Bristol and little miss Fallon
May 14th, 2013 01:40 AM #32
I realise this is an old thread, but it's been resurrected today, so I thought I'd add my two cents!
If I'm currently pregnant, I'll find out around May 20. My parents and I live in different states, but I'm visiting them this weekend when I go over for my best friend's 30th birthday party. I'm not coming back till May 21, so, hopefully I'll be able to break the news to them then! I'm not planning anything special - just being able to tell them in person will be great because I don't see them everyday. My husband's family lives in the same city as us and we see them all the time. Again, I don't have any special plans for telling them, but we'll tell them (and my husband's sister and brother-in-law) when we see them at our next family dinner. If I'm pregnant now, we'll be able to break the news to my husband's extended family at his grandmother's 90th birthday party! I've already thought this far ahead lol. I'll be just over twelve weeks at the time, which is perfect. We might say something like, "We brought nanna a birthday present, but she won't be able to see it for nine more months..."Audrey - Beatrice - Clara - Daphne - Jane - Margaret - Susannah - Violet
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May 14th, 2013 10:54 AM #34Senior Member
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For me, while I wasn't as young as some of you or ashamed of getting pregnant - I am single and live at home, so wasn't sure how my parents would react. I was also extremely high risk for miscarriage for the first few weeks. I asked my mom to come to my doctor with me, and I told her there. I told my Dad about a month later. My Mom actually told my brother and most of my extended family before I had a chance to, which sort of bothered me, but whatever.
When my mom got pregnant with my brother, 4 years after having me, she told her mom over the phone. They had been talking for about 15 or 20 minutes, and my Grandma asked what I was doing. My Mom said "oh, she's just waiting for her little brother or sister to get here...". That was pretty cute.Lillian Elizabeth 6.16.13