Fun Ways to Tell Your Partner You’re Pregnant
May 11, 2022Once you’ve received the exciting news that you are pregnant, your partner is probably the next in line to know. Looking for an out-of-the-box way to tell your partner you are expecting? Here’s a list of fun announcements to help inspire you!
1. Pregnancy Reveal Mug
Put a secret message at the bottom of a coffee mug! Once dad-to-be finishes his morning cup of joe, he’ll learn the good news with a message “You’re Going to Be a Dad” in these cute pregnancy reveal mugs.
2. Personalized Beer Labels
Hand the expecting dad his favorite bottle of brew from a six-pack with personalized labels and “beer names” like Sleepless Nights and Dirty Diapers. He’ll get the hint!
3. Box of Daddy Essentials
Put together a box with baby swag and include this adorable, customized bib that says “Hi Daddy, See You In _________” where you include baby’s birth month.
4. Pregnancy Test Care Package
Box up your positive pregnancy test with a cute note that says, “Daddy, I Can’t Wait to Meet You” or “Coming Soon.”
Have a special note engraved on a new keychain or pendant that says “#1 Dad” or other heartfelt message.
6. Baby Sports Jersey
If your partner is a sports fanatic, surprise him with an infant onesie or jersey from his favorite team. Here are some adorable football baby goodies!
7. Puzzle Fun
Suggest a puzzle night with your partner and bring out this personalized pregnancy reveal puzzle to work on together. Once complete, it’ll reveal “You’re Going to Be a Daddy” or whatever message you choose.
8. Book of Tips and Advice
Slip this “New Dad’s Guide to Pregnancy” book in your partner’s newspaper or on his pillow to give him a clue!
Whether you decide to make a big production or keep it simple and intimate, telling your partner can be something special to look forward to.
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