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Hi Suppose that your sister said to you that she may give birth next week. What should you say to her? 1. Wish you a healthy delivery!.

Are you attending a baby shower next weekend? Do you need a little help with the card message? Here are 50 ideas for baby shower card messages!

If you’re also looking for a little gift, why not bring a baby shower gift basket or a planted gift for mum and cuddly teddy for the baby? There are plenty of ideas to choose from at

Baby shower card messages

  1. Here’s wishing you nothing buy joyous times with your new baby.
  2. Congratulations! Your home will soon be filled with toys and will never be quiet again. Your house will often be a mess and you’ll frequently be tired. But there will always be love and laughter! All the best and many happy memories.
  3.  Congratulations, you have new life coming! May your future be filled with new experiences, joy, much love, and happiness.
  4.  There will be hands carrying you, arms in which you will be safe and people who will show you that you are welcome!
  5. I’m wishing the best for you and your baby in the coming months.
  6. Congrats, we are so happy for you! Enjoy your journey into parenthood and have fun! We are wishing the best for you three in the coming months.
  7. Your little princess is here! And she’s just as beautiful as her momma!
  8. Thanks for inviting us along to share in the excitement of your soon to be new baby! Wishing you all the best with babyhood!
  9. Congratulations on your upcoming new arrival!
  10. Many best wishes for the remainder of your pregnancy and the birth of your little bundle of joy.
    Sending well wishes and hugs and kisses to you and yours on this baby shower.
  11. Wishing you all the best with your expected new arrival.
  12. Our congratulations and best wishes to you as you step into this exciting new phase in life. Be ready for busy days, sleepless nights, many questions, and endless love!
  13. You are going to be the best mother and I cannot wait to meet the little guy!
  14. Wishing you a safe delivery.
  15. Congratulations on your exciting news good luck with your pregnancy.
    Congratulations on your little one.
    Congratulations on your upcoming new arrival!
  16. Wishing you a hassle free pregnancy and a happy and healthy new baby! All the best.
  17. I heard there’s a handsome new man in your life. I can’t wait to meet him!
  18. Love just got real. We’re so happy for you.
  19. God bless you and your precious new boy!
  20. You two are going to make such incredible parents.
  21. We’re so happy for you! That’s going to be one lucky baby.
  22. Baby’s almost here! What could be more wonderful? Congratulations.
  23. Sincere congratulations on your upcoming start to a new department-you are adding love to the world. There is nothing more precious for a mother than having her baby. We are excited to meet the new baby of your family in a couple of weeks. We wish you a safe delivery!
  24. Welcome to the motherhood dear friend- we are sure you are going to be a wonderful mommy, enjoy the merry times with your baby and make each moment precious. Warm wishes on your baby shower, hoping that you will enjoy your motherhood!
  25. Congratulations on this wonderful achievement! We know how this small baby in your womb has taken up a special room in your heart. Enjoy all the experiences of having a baby. Wish you good luck!
  26. Congratulations on this new baby you are bringing into this world.
    Your life is now going to be changed forever but it will only bring you joy.
    I wish you all the best.
  27. Wishing you happiness and new joys in your life with your precious baby.
  28. What’s in a child? It’s love that has taken shape. It’s happiness there are no words for. It’s a small hand that leads you back to a long forgotten world. Congrats, we are so happy for you. Enjoy your journey into parenthood and have fun! We are wishing the best for you three in the coming months.
  29. Congratulations! This little miracle will soon make your world more beautiful and happier.
  30. Here’s our 3 months forecast (number of months/weeks depending on when the shower takes place): a ‘shower’ followed by a very sunny baby!
  31. Congratulations! What an exciting time for you! I am / we are so happy for you and wish you all the best for the rest of your pregnancy and the birth.
  32. Here’s to smiles, health, happiness, laughter, patience , and joy. We hope you get a healthy baby girl or boy. May your new little bundle of joy bring you many blessings in the future!
  33. Many best wishes for the remainder of your pregnancy and the birth of your little bundle of joy.
  34. I/we can’t wait to see the new baby! Congratulations and wishing you all the best, you are so blessed with this little one!
  35. Wishing all the best to you and your precious little one.
  36. Wishing all the best to you and your precious baby.
  37. Congratulations! Soon your world will be more beautiful and happier.
  38. Congratulations! Your home will soon be filled with toys and will never be quiet again. Your house will often be a mess and you’ll frequently be tired. But there will always be love and laughter! All the best and many happy memories.
  39. Enjoy every moment because they sure can fly!
  40. Can’t wait to see that cute little smile.
  41. Congratulations and best wishes. Your life will never be the same, but you will love the change.
  42. If you are worried about not having enough space when the baby comes, get rid of your bed. You won’t be using it for a while anyway. Congratulations!
  43. Most great things start out very small. And then become extremely overwhelming as they grow… Congratulations on your new bundle of joy!
  44. A precious new baby has come from above, to live in your hearts and fill them with love. Congratulations on your baby girl/baby boy!
  45. Congratulations on the upcoming birth of your baby. Best wishes for a lifetime of happiness and joy!
  46. Many best wishes for the remainder of your pregnancy and the birth of your little bundle of love.
  47. Welcome to the world, little guy! We’re so happy that you’re here!
  48. Wishing you a safe delivery.
  49. This is such great news. We’re so very excited for you!
  50. Wishing you the best of luck with your new baby.

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When a laboring mom arrives at the hospital with a birth plan, nurses often roll their eyes and smirk, especially if it is a check-off-the-boxes and fill-in-the-blanks birth plan off a web site.  Why?  Because 80-90% of moms on the unit where I work arrive with a plan for natural delivery, yet more than 90% end up with an epidural and toss aside the requests on their birth plans.  I’ve attended deliveries for more than a decade at five different hospitals, and I’m about to deliver my own 5th child.  Yes, I have a birth plan.  You should too.

Here are ten tips for writing an effective birth plan, plus an example birth plan based on my own.

1.       Write your own birth plan, don’t use a pre-printed form.

Pre-written check-off-the-boxes birth plans that are available on many web sites are good to use as worksheets while you are thinking about your birth plan.  But a personally written birth plan shows your health care providers that you are educated and serious about your wishes.  They are also far easier for your health care providers to use.  Your birth plan should be short and readable, preferably 1-2 pages.  I prefer bullet point format.  Be personal and polite in your writing, using “I” statements and the word “please.”  Tell short personal stories that explain your choices.  I’ve included an example birth plan below.

2.       Be very educated about your choices, especially regarding pain management and c-sections.

Be sure to complete a child-birth preparation program before attempting to write your birth plan.  If you are running out of time before delivery, consider reading a book on child birth preparation or watching a video course.  Take a tour of your birthing facility before you deliver and learn about options they offer for pain control, birthing positions and newborn care.

3.       Begin your birth plan with the names and phone numbers for all the key people involved in your delivery. 

Include your name, your baby’s name (if you know it!), your obstetrician or midwife, your pediatrician/baby’s doctor, the names of all those expected to be present at your delivery, and the names of anyone you don’t want at your delivery.

4.       Continue with a section about your own medical and obstetric history.

In this section, include your home medications, allergies, chronic medical conditions, and information about each of your prior pregnancies and deliveries.  Please see example below.  State whether you are positive or negative for Group B Strep and gestational diabetes.  If you have ever had herpes, HIV, hepatitis, or other sexually transmitted diseases, it is essential to include this.

5.       Discuss your wishes for labor, especially regarding pain control and labor augmentation.

If you are planning natural labor without epidural, explain how you have prepared for this and what your pain-management plan will be.  If your labor is augmented (sped-up) with Pitocin you will likely require an epidural for pain control.  If you have had past poor experiences with pain control during delivery, discuss what happened and how you would like to avoid these complications.

If you would like to use specific birthing positions or props, such as a birthing stool or bar, be clear about these choices in your birth plan and also tell your health care providers as soon as you arrive.  Be sure you are educated about how to use these positions/props and that your facility will support these options.  Most women who have epidural anesthesia don’t have the leg control or strength to use a sitting or squatting position, so be sure to include a contingency plan for your birthing position if you choose to have an epidural.

6.       Express your wishes for delivery, and include contingency planning in case you need a c-section.

Very few women want a C-section, but you need to be prepared for one anyway.  Every birth plan should include your wishes for c-section, such as choosing not to have your hands tied down, and avoiding medications that alter your level of consciousness.

No one wants an episiotomy, but sometimes they are better than a severe tear.  If you are declining episiotomy, discuss with your health care provider beforehand how you plan to avoid a severe tear and include this in your birth plan.

Delayed cord clamping is now recommended by most pediatricians, but you may have to request this procedure.  Delayed cord clamping may not be an option if your baby is not breathing or ill.

Include your choices for cord blood donation or private cord banking.

7.       Include a section with your choices about newborn care. 

Do you want to hold your baby skin-to-skin right after delivery, even if you have a c-section?  You need to be clear about this.  Also specify your plans regarding breastfeeding, antibiotic eye ointment, vitamin K, baby’s first bath, and the hepatitis vaccine.

8.       End with a section about your own post-partum care

What pain medications work or don’t work for you?  What laxatives/stool softeners do you prefer?  Do narcotics make you nauseated?  Tell your health care providers about it.

9.       Discuss your birth plan with your obstetrician or midwife during a routine appointment. 

A birth plan is useless if your health care provider doesn’t support your choices.  Discuss your choices before you go into labor.

10.   Know that no birth goes exactly as planned. 

Remember your ultimate goal—a healthy mom and baby.  Be flexible.  Every labor is different and no one can predict how it will go.

Here’s my birth plan for my 5th child:

Birth plan for: Kathleen Berchelmann

Husband: [name and phone]

Baby:  [name and gender, if known]

Obstetrician: [name and phone]

Pediatrician: [name and phone]

Patient History:

  • Prenatal labs may be obtained from [Obstetrician’s name and phone] .  I am a X year-old mother who has been pregnant 5 times and delivered 4 prior children.  I am otherwise healthy and have no history of STDs or blood born diseases.
  • My four other children are living and healthy:
    • Baby #1: Normal spontaneous vaginal delivery of [insert weight] healthy male.
    • Baby #2: C-section for breech at 38 weeks and 1 day.  We had attempted version and induced labor, but after 12 hours of augmented labor baby flipped over to breech again.  [insert weight] healthy female.
    • Baby #3: VBAC delivery with minor shoulder dystocia at 39 weeks 6 days, [insert weight] healthy male.
    • Baby #4: C-section at 39 weeks 4 days for unstable lie.  [insert weight] healthy female.
    • I have had a healthy 5th pregnancy without gestational diabetes, hypertension or other complications.  Prenatal testing was all normal.
    • Medications: [insert list]
    • Allergies: none

Requests for this labor and delivery:

  • I am planning a VBAC delivery.  I will transition to c-section as necessary. 
  • My husband, Greg, will be present during delivery.  I have no restrictions on visitors.
  • Please use IV fluids only if medically necessary.  I am fine with a saline-locked IV.
  • Please do not augment labor with Pitocin.  I have had two prior c-sections and Pitocin increases risk for uterine rupture during VBAC. 
  • Please do not strip or artificially rupture membranes. 
  • For pain I would like a walking epidural (ie: a true epidural and not a spinal) after labor pain becomes too intense.  Lidocaine or local anesthetic for episiotomy if needed.  Prior to epidural I like to walk, use an exercise/birthing ball, and hold onto the handrail on the wall.  I presented in precipitous delivery with my 3rd child and I almost delivered him while hanging on the handrail in the triage bathroom.  A better plan would be to use a birthing bar with the head of the bed up and the foot of the bed down.  
  • I am requesting delayed cord clamping for about 2 minutes after delivery or until cord has stopped pulsating.
  • We are planning private cord blood and cord tissue banking.  Please see the kit that I will provide.
  • Please no methergine without my consent.  I had breast feeding failure with my 3rd child after 2 doses of IM methergine. 

If I have a C-section:

  • Please don’t forget to invite my husband into the OR.  This happened with our second child.
  • Please don’t tie down my hands. 
  • For the anesthesiologist:
  • Please do not give me any medications without my consent.  Please no drugs that alter my level of consciousness unless I need general anesthesia for a medical emergency. 
  • I am requesting delayed cord clamping for about 2 minutes after delivery or until cord has stopped pulsating, even if C-section, as long as I am not hemorrhaging.
  • We are planning private cord blood and cord tissue banking.  Please see the kit that I will provide.
  • I’d like to do skin-to-skin with my newborn in the OR immediately after delivery and any necessary resuscitation.  Please see “Requests for after baby is born” below. 

Requests for newborn care:

  • After any necessary resuscitation, please delay routine care (including antibiotic eye ointment, vitamin K, weight, measurements, footprints, bath and full assessment) until after infant is breastfed, my husband has held the baby, and I am ready to rest.  
  • Please do a pulse-ox congenital heart disease screen.
  • Our baby will stay in our room with us at night.  Please do her nursing assessment in our room. 
  • Pacifiers are fine unless baby is having trouble with latch, in which case I will request no pacifier. 
  • Please give me a copy of results of baby’s hearing screen, blood work, and any other tests/studies. 

Requests for my postpartum care:

  • For a stool softener, I like…
  • If vaginal delivery, I would like ibuprofen scheduled every 4 hours for pain/cramping.

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Congratulate new parents on their new arrival!

New Born Baby Wishes

  1. You are so blessed to bring a new baby into the world and I cannot wait to see the sweet blessing.
  2. Warm wishes to the new born baby and the lucky parents too.
  3. I just got news of an angel going to make its presence felt in your life! Get ready for laughter, big noise and lots of hugs!
  4. Just to say “Hi” to the new member of the family! He (she) couldn’t have happened to a nicer parents!
  5. Congratulations to proud new parents! May these tiny feet will tiptoe with love into your hearts and stay there forever!
  6. A new joy to hold in your arms! Waiting to cuddle with him (her)!
  7. Congratulations on your new bundle of joy! May your world be filled with love.
  8. New small arrival – big joy! I’m sure your second baby boy (girl) is georgeous.
  9. Your new born baby boy (girl) is a perfect little bundle, from his (her) head down to her feet. I’m sure that you’ll be the best parents in the world!
  10. Parenthood is one of the best journeys in life. Enjoy the ride.
  11. We are always here for babysitting and making extra bottles.
  12. We are so happy for you and the arrival of your new child.
  13. We are very happy for you.
  14. Welcome to the world (babys name). May you always be kept safe and snug.
  15. Welcome to the world little one, it is a place full of delights and wonders.
  16. Welcome to the world.
  17. Wishing you a future filled with love, happiness, and laughter with your new baby.
  18. Wishing you a lifetime of happiness, laughter and joy.
  19. Wishing you all the best in this exciting new stage of your lives with your new baby.
  20. Wishing you and your newborn many years of good health, love, and happiness.
  21. Wishing you joy and happiness, and plently of wonderful moments together.
  22. Wishing you much happiness as you welcome your new little bundle of joy into your family!
  23. Wishing you the best of luck on changing nappies and feeding times.
  24. Wishing you the very best of luck with your new baby and your new life as a family.
  25. Wishing your new son/daughter (babys name) a long happy life with laughter and fun and love.
  26. No tape can ever measure, the extent to which a child can become a parent’s treasure. Congratulations.
  27. When we nurse our babies, it teaches us how to live and it makes us realize what it really means to give. Congratulations for becoming a mother.
  28. The birth of your newborn will usher you into a new phase of your life. Now you are no longer just man and wife. Maturity and wisdom will envelop your behavior and personalities forever. Now you have become a loving mother and a responsible father. Congratulations.
  29. A father so handsome, a mom so pretty – no wonder your newborn is such a sweetie. Congratulations.
  30. Congratulations! Now is the time to enjoy your baby’s little feet and baby smell. It will not be there forever, and you should take as many pictures as possible. You will want to miss a single precious moment!
  31. This is a beautiful time in your life that you will never forget. The birth of your child is something that changes you indefinitely.
  32. This might be your first child, but it certainly will not be your last. I can see from pictures that this is what you were made to do.
  33. I hope you will have a happy and healthy journey ahead of your family. Congratulations!
  34. Having a new baby changes a wife and husband into a mommy and daddy. As you venture into parenthood together you will become more wise and mature while finding a new profound love for the amazing baby you have produced. Congratulations on the birth of your baby.
  35. May your new bundle of joy bring happiness in your life and fill a void in your heart. Take pride in loving and raising your little miracle. I know you will be the best dad you can possibly be.
  36. May your baby’s future be brighter than the sun’s radiant beam, may your little child fulfill all your dreams. Congratulations for your newborn.
  37.  Congratulations to the new parents for entering into the world of constant squeals, nappy changes and late night meals.
  38. The experience of being a parent is priceless, even if your nights become sleepless and your living room becomes a mess. Congratulations for having a baby.
  39. A part of your heart that was in your tummy is now a permanent part of your life. Congratulations for having such a pretty baby girl.
  40. At birth, if your baby girl is such a doll, imagine how charming she will be when she learns to crawl? Congratulations.
  41. May the best things in life happen to your sweet little bunny, may he get lots of attention and care from you and your honey. Congratulations to you both.
  42. Your family is Mother Nature’s perfect brew, tell your new baby on my behalf that there cannot be a family cuter than you. Congratulations.


Lily Calyx

Lily Calyx is our in-house flower whisperer, an expert on all things botanical and an enthusiastic orchids collector. She loves discussing the insights of the secret world of flowers, shares her gardening tips and hacks and moons over the latest additions to Serenata Flowers flower range. Ask Lily anything about flowers and we can guarantee she will have the answer.

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