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January 16, 2019 Anniversary Wishes 1 comment

Trying to get pregnant is a journey that requires hope, grit and lots and lots of Here, we've gathered inspiring quotes from famous writers, badass mothers “A goal without a plan is just a wish. .. And apparently we are in good company.

Congratulations for Pregnancy: Send your best wishes to be a part of a couple’s magical journey of getting pregnant and slowly inching towards becoming a mother and a father. From inspirational quotes to sweet notes to funny jokes to motivational messages – this post is a beautiful fusion of ideas which you can use to eventually write your own words. Lovely greetings are a must but don’t just stop there. Expecting a baby is too precious a journey to be marked with a measly card. Flood the expecting mommy’s Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest with the cutest posts. Let your heartfelt words be the encouragement that helps her get through the ups and downs of one of life’s most wonderful journeys.


1) Pregnancy is the only time in life when you’ll fall in love with someone you haven’t met. Congratulations.


2) Enjoy your pregnancy because it is the only time a woman can get away with burping and farting and a man can get away with blaming his wife for her irritable mood swings.


3) You have just been fired from your job of being just a woman. Congratulations for being accepted as an intern for the next nine months in your new job of being a mother.


4) Even after the nine months, to be a part of creating a new life is a thought that you will never be able to completely fathom. Congratulations for embarking upon one of life’s most precious miracles.


5) Nothing comes close to the feeling of nurturing a life inside your body. It has never been aptly described in words and it never will be. Experiencing is the only way to find out. Congratulations for getting yours.

6) Expecting a baby is just the beginning of expecting some of life’s most precious moments. Congratulations.


7) Pregnancy is when you’ll truly understand the meaning of being unconditionally caring and patiently selfless. Congratulations.


8) If pregnancy were a cocktail, it would be a mixture of two tablespoons of Romance, one tablespoon of Passion and three tablespoons of Love all mixed together in the spirit of Life. Congratulations for getting pregnant.


9) I am happy for your pregnancy but I am happier in knowing that a baby will be born in the arms of such loving parents like you. Congratulations.


10) Pregnancy will take over your life for the next nine months, to give you happiness that will last you a lifetime. Congratulations.

11) Your body will go through many changes as pregnancy has its way with you. But the biggest change will be your slow and beautiful transformation from being a woman to being a mother. Congratulations.


12) Pregnancy is a wonderful miracle, and in nine months your joys will double. Congratulations, to the happy couple.


13) For the next nine months your body is a sacred place and your womb will be the closely guarded doors protecting the little angel who will change your lives forever. Congratulations for your pregnancy.


14) In the movie of your life, pregnancy is the twist that will change it all. Congratulations.


15) Pregnancy will make you see LIFE in a whole new different way. Why? Because you will experience what it feels like to create one. Congratulations.

16) The changes in your body will last for just nine months, but the beauty of motherhood will embrace you for the rest of your life. Congratulations.


17) Expecting a baby is the hardest and the most pleasurable wait you’ll ever have in your life. Best wishes for your pregnancy.


18) The beginning of your pregnancy is when you’ll never feel alone, even if you are… for the rest of your life. Your baby’s heart will forever live within. Congratulations.


19) The craziest roller coaster ride in the world is not at Disneyland or Universal Studios – it is the nine months of pregnancy. Good luck and enjoy the twists and turns.


20) To have another life take shape inside your own body is an experience that will change you forever. Congratulations.

21) 9 months of pain, but a lifetime of gain. 9 months of sickness, but a lifetime of happiness. 9 months of pregnancy, the beginning of your own legacy. Congratulations.


22) Beautiful things will happen in your life when you understand the power of loving unconditionally, and pregnancy is just the beginning. Congratulations.


23) To be a woman is one thing. But to be a mother, is a whole new level. Congratulations for taking your first steps towards discovering a new dimension of life.


24) While you will only carry the baby in your womb for the next nine months, you will carry it in your heart for the rest of your life. Congratulations.


25) Stop reading books about babies and getting pregnant because the beautiful feeling of pregnancy is impossible to be understood in words – it can only be experienced and felt from within. Congratulations.

26) Pregnancy will change you as a person. To love yourself, you will find newer reasons. Pregnancy will take you through many twists and turns. New things about life, you will slowly learn. Pregnancy will make you realize your own worth. Feeling empowered from within, as you prepare to give birth. Congratulations.


27) The bitter-sweet pain and discomfort will be all worth it when you get life’s sweetest gift after nine months. Congratulations.


28) The most inspirational thing that pregnancy will teach you is the realization of how even pain and sickness can be gateways to lifelong happiness. Congratulations.


29) Congratulations on your pregnancy. You have just embraced motherhood – the most beautiful and life-giving journey that any has ever treaded upon.


30) This is a piece of advice for the to-be-mommy. Make the most of your nine months of pregnancy because it is the only time when you can bite into all your food cravings to put on those extra pounds without feeling an ounce of guilt. Congratulations on getting pregnant.

31) For the next nine months, you will be rounder and wider. But your life after that, will forever be prettier and happier. Congratulations.


32) The most inspirational part of your pregnancy is that you are actually creating not just a new life, but your legacy which will live on even after you are gone. Congratulations.


33) Have you ever wondered why a woman would ever want to be pregnant despite the nausea, mood swings, temper tantrums and hormonal fluctuations? You are about to find the magical answer yourself. Congratulations.


34) Metaphorically, pregnancy is Mother Nature’s way of telling you that you have finally stopped being a girl and started becoming a woman. Congratulations for becoming pregnant.


35) Congratulations for entering a period of life when you will have no periods.

36) Pregnancy is a great balance in life – it brings out the worst mood swings in a wife and the best levels of tolerance in a husband. Congratulations for getting pregnant and finding your balance.


37) Congratulations for your pregnancy. Do you know what this means? New clothes, maternity leave and lots of pampering from the daddy to-be. Enjoy being spoilt like a princess in this adorable phase of your life’s new beginnings as a mommy to-be.


38) The downsides of pregnancy including extra weight, stretch marks and hormonal fluctuations are nothing as compared the upsides which include a lifetime of love and affection of your child. Wish you a very happy pregnancy.


39) Nine months from now, your baby’s life will completely take over your own. And the first sign of this will be your profile picture on Facebook being replaced with your baby’s. xoxo


40) Pregnancy is the only time when you’ll love someone even if the kick you in your tummy and give you sleepless nights. Congratulations.

pregnancy-congratulations-messages-12723. Its really exciting to know. That my best friend is going to be a mom. Well, I don't know how to express my love.

Sweet Wishes on pregnancy and Congratulations messages for pregnancy

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Searching for something sweet and original things to say to that colleague or friend of yours who is on a baby break?

Here you’ll find a cradle full of maternity leave wishes that you can use as an inspiration to create your own delightfully beautiful wishes to wish her well during one of the most exciting moments of her life.

  • Now that you are about having a baby, happiness is going to be in close proximity to you all the days of your life. I hope you enjoy every moment of your baby break.
  • There’s no greater joy than being blessed with a baby. Have a joyful baby break. We love you so much!
  • I wish you all the happiness in the world on your maternity leave. May God, in His infinite love and mercy, bless both you and your sweet bundle of joy.
  • I want to use this opportunity to congratulate you once again on the little angel that has joined your beautiful family. I hope you enjoy every moment of this precious time with your little bundle of joy.
  • I hope you thoroughly enjoy every blessed moment of your time with your adorable little one. May every day of your maternity leave be as bright as the sun. Congratulations!
  • I pray that your newest arrival will bring you all the joy you deserve. Have a truly magical maternity leave. Love you lots!
  • Sending oceans of love and blessings your way as you get ready to bring into this world one of heaven’s most adorable angels. May your baby break fill your life to the brim with great joy.  
  • I’m thinking of you during this very beautiful period of your life. May happiness and love from above surround your new family until the end of time. Congratulations!
  • Best wishes for the amazing paternity leave you are about embarking on. It is one of the most beautiful journeys of life. I hope you enjoy every second of your time with your bundle of joy.

Wishing you all the best for your maternity leave.

  • Blessings to you and your bundle of joy and every member of your wonderful family during this special moment of your lives. May your maternity leave bring you more happiness than you ever imagined it would.
  • Wishing you all the best for a long and truly happy maternity leave. May love and happiness surround you and your family until the end of time. And don’t forget to say hello to your little angel for me.
  • Sending you a cradle full to the brim with blessings as you begin your maternity leave. Congrats once again on the arrival of your sweet, little angel.
  • By all accounts, being a parent is one of life’s greatest joys. I’m so glad you get to enjoy this great experience.
  • Yay! You made it into the world of parenthood at long last! To God be all the glory! May every moment of your time with your newborn baby be the most wonderful you’ve ever had.
  • May the birth of your wonderful daughter/son bring you all the bliss and contentment your heart can hold. Take care of yourself and your angelic little one.   
  • I hope you enjoy this priceless time you get to be with your infant. Have yourself a blissful maternity leave.
  • Wishing you a great baby break that overflows with laughter and every beautiful thing under the sun. May God bless and watch over you and your adorable, little one. Can’t wait to see you again!
  • I hope you thoroughly enjoy every moment you spend in the company of your little angel. Have a fabulously sweet maternity leave.
  • Being blessed with a baby is one of the greatest gifts of life. I am glad life has bestowed you with this priceless gift. You deserve nothing but absolute happiness on your maternity leave.

Congratulations on your Blessed Baby

  • Here’s to a maternity leave full of great joy, love, smiles, and laughter with your little angel sent down to Earth from heaven. I really can’t wait to meet your infant, whom I know will be as wonderful and sweet as its mommy.
  • At long last, the time has finally arrived! May the birth of your child bring into your life all the joy you so rightly deserve. Have a truly amazing maternity holiday!
  • I wish you such an incredibly beautiful maternity leave. May it be a thousand times more wonderful than you ever imagined it would be. You know what?!! I am beginning to miss you at work already.
  • There are many types of leaves from work, but none is as magical as a maternity leave. I am truly happy for you, my dear. May all the happiness in the universe dwell in the midst of your precious family. Have an absolutely beautiful time with your newborn!
  • I hope your maternity leave bestows you and your sweet family oceans of blessings and joy. And don’t forget to send picture of you and your little angel!
  • May the happiness that accompanies the arrival of your newborn spill over and follow you every other blessed day of your life. I wish you all the best on your maternity leave.

Love & Luck bringing new life into the world.

  • One thing is for sure, the workplace will never be the happy place that it is without your presence. Nonetheless, I wish you all the happiness and luck in the world as you welcome your little one home.
  • You are such a wonderful colleague and friend who deserves an absolutely wonderful baby break. The office is certainly going to miss you. May your maternity leave be packed with all the peace, glory, and happiness.
  • Just like you fill our lives with great happiness, so also do we pray that the birth of your baby will cause your heart to overflow with great happiness too. Happy maternity leave, dear.
  • I am happy you are taking a leave of absence to have a baby. The real joys of life really start from here. Have a truly wonderful baby break.
  • There’s no better time to bond with your newborn than on your maternity leave. May the next few months be the happiest days of your life so far. May God pour down His blessings on you and your newborn baby.
  • I hope you create mountains of sweet memories with your adorable little one to cherish and enjoy forever. Have the sweetest leave of your life.
  • Have a truly amazing maternity leave! We can’t wait to see you in a few months’ time. Until then, may the greatest treasures in the universe – happiness, peace and love – surround your life and that of every single lovely member of your family, especially your little angel, whom we are really looking forward to meet!
  • Wishing the happiest maternity leave ever to the most wonderful expectant mother in the world. Soon your baby will say goodbye to tummy and hello to mummy. We are really looking forward to that!

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Almost a year ago, on a warm summer day in June, my water broke at home. Just over 24 hours later, my daughter was born — and my life, as I knew it, was changed forever.

Before my daughter was born, my husband and I took a childbirth class, went to several group appointments, and asked approximately 10,000 questions. We tried not to Google strange pregnancy symptoms (because let’s be real, no good ever comes from that), and we felt pretty prepared once we arrived at the hospital.


As it turned out, there were about a bajillion things that came up on the actual day-of that I was completely and utterly unprepared for — both good, and not-so-good. But I’ll give you the short list. Here are the top 10 things I wish I’d known back when I was pregnant:

1. You can lose up to 12 lbs. during the delivery alone — and lots more in the days that follow.

All told, I gained a whopping 62 lbs. when I was pregnant. I am a pretty average-sized person in real life, and had no prior experience with rapid weight gain (or loss, for that matter), so gaining 62 lbs. in nine months was … definitely an experience. In our childbirth class, we did a project about how the “average pregnant woman” (who doesn’t really exist, let’s be honest) gains about 30 lbs. during the course of her pregnancy, and it’s distributed between the weight of the baby, the extra blood your body produces, other fluids, and the lovely euphemism “maternal stores” (aka “fat”).

To say that gaining more than double the “average” amount made me anxious would be putting it mildly. But most women lose up to 12 lbs. during the delivery, and shed even more in the coming days and weeks, without doing anything special. In fact, 10 days postpartum, I weighed myself and found that I’d lost 31 pounds already! If someone told me ahead of time that I’d lose that weight, and I’d lose it so quickly, I wouldn’t have worried so much about it.

2. Your appetite after pregnancy is nothing like your appetite during pregnancy.

Toward the end of my pregnancy, I was starving all the time. I could eat full restaurant-sized portions of everything, which amused my husband, since he’d never seen me finish anything I ordered in the past. Also, I had a rampant sweet tooth. In real life, I prefer salty snacks to sweet. But in pregnancy? I wanted a sweet treat after every meal.

I was eating like a teenager, and I knew if my appetite stayed the same after I had my daughter, I was going to have a very hard time ever wearing my old clothes again.

But a switch flipped immediately after I delivered: I was instantly back to my old appetite. In fact, I couldn’t even finish the meal they brought me in the hospital room (you know, the one that’s supposed to be the best meal of your life?).

So, friends, if you’re still pregnant, follow your cravings now. They’ll most likely go away right after you hold your baby.

3. You cannot actually prepare for the pain of labor.

Maybe the reason nobody tells you about the honest-to-goodness awful experience of giving birth is because no matter what someone says, you will not be prepared for the pain. (Sorry.)

I could tell you that contractions feel like there’s a blood pressure cuff inside you that somehow went haywire and squeezed for just long enough to make you think you’re not going to make it, only to have the contraction end and allow you to take a breath again. I could tell you that the pain is different during the contraction stage and the pushing stage, and that the contractions are probably worse. But until you go through it yourself, you’ll have a hard time believing me. And by then, it’ll be too late.

5. There are serious differences between the contraction stage and the pushing stage.

I might be the only one who got through nine months of prenatal appointments and a “how to birth a baby” class without realizing that once you’re in the pushing stage, everything is different.

But here’s the thing: The classes often focus on early labor (answering the question, “How will I know when I’m in labor?”) and contractions (don’t brace against them, let them tear through you), with a little bit of talk about transition (which is the point in which your baby finds an even more uncomfortable spot in your body).

I had thought that once I was in transition, I was minutes away from having a baby on my chest. But nope! Pushing is a stage that I was told, “typically takes about two hours” (which you should never tell someone, because if they take longer than is typical, they’ll start to panic!). You’re also not supposed to breathe through contractions anymore. Instead, you hold your breath through them, and focus all your strength in getting that baby out of your body. You breathe when you’re not contracting.

6. You’re actually supposed to poop the baby out.

Oh, and speaking of the pushing stage, if you’re anything like me, you’ll have to spend the first 45 minutes of that stage figuring out what exactly they want you to do. “Push down toward the floor,” I was told. “Take 10 seconds and push, then do it again two more times. Try to take three breaths during this contraction.”

I wasn’t able to figure it out until the nurse finally asked me, “Does it feel like you have to poop? Use those muscles to push the baby out. Try to poop.”

That was gross, sure, but at that point, I was beyond caring about whether I was actually pooping. All I wanted was to be done and to get to the next part where I would get to meet this little one, before I lost all my energy.

So remember, when you get to the pushing stage, just try to poop. You’ll save yourself a lot of time. And pay better attention in birth class! I’m sure it’s covered.

7. You will lose any inhibitions you had when you walked in.

I’m a modest person by nature, and often get teased by friends about being prudish for various things. When we were in triage, I even asked the nurse to leave the room while I went to the bathroom because, even though there was a door, I knew that sound carried through and I didn’t want her to hear me pee.

That prudish modesty lasted until the pain washed over me, then it was gone. I stopped caring about who saw which part of me. It didn’t matter that there were people in the room staring at my crotch. It didn’t even matter that perfect strangers were getting handsy. I simply didn’t care.

The complete lack of inhibition stayed with me throughout my hospital stay. “Come in,” I’d answer when I heard a knock at my door, even if I had an exposed breast. The nurses and lactation consultants would ask if they could touch my breast to help with breastfeeding. “Sure!” was my response, every single time.

8. Breastfeeding your new baby is hard – even if you’ve done it before

Speaking of nursing, holy cow is it challenging. All I’d heard about breastfeeding while I was pregnant made it sound like a piece of cake. I kept hearing how “the breast is best,” and honestly, I didn’t need much convincing other than hearing it burned calories before I made my decision to breastfeed.

But once my daughter was born, I suddenly realized why there was so much emphasis on the benefits.

Because, ladies?

Breastfeeding is HARD, even if you’ve done it before. Your baby doesn’t really know what to do, and you don’t have milk yet, so when she’s hungry, what you’re able to give her isn’t always enough to satisfy her. So she’ll get mad. Plus, your breasts aren’t at all used to the kind of abuse a tiny human can inflict upon them, and you don’t know how to make her stop crying because you just met her — and you don’t know anything about her. All you know is that you’re letting her down.

When my milk finally came in, I wound up with two rock-hard breasts that didn’t do anything but frustrate my daughter even more. Engorgement and latching aren’t exactly compadres. And dealing with those kind of issues for five days can feels like five weeks. But if you persevere, you’ll figure it out. After all, you have a lot of time to get it right.

9. Night Two in the hospital will make you question whether you’re fit to be a parent after all.

My daughter was born around 8 PM, so she was exhausted that first night. And man, so was I. She slept for long stretches at a time and seemed happy with the comfort I gave her when she got upset. The three of us (my husband was in a chair in the corner of the room) had many stretches of sleep throughout the night and into the next day.

Then, night two came around, and all bets were off. I took the opportunity to walk the halls with my daughter, who was inconsolable. When she saw my haggard look, one of the nurses in the nurse station (not one I knew) asked, “Is this your second night?” which made me realize that I was not, in fact, alone. Why didn’t anyone tell me that night two would have me rethinking this whole idea that I was someone who could effectively parent an infant?

10. You’ll be afraid to use the call button to ask nurses questions — but don’t be.

I’m not the kind of person who likes to be a bother, so when they told me that a nurse was only a button push away, I thought, that’s fine, but I won’t be using that.

Then night two happened, and I was desperate. So I clicked and clicked and clicked that button. I asked for nursing help, and my savior came in the form of the nurse who was assigned to my room. I was sore, my daughter wouldn’t stop crying, and I had no idea what to do or how to provide for her. So I asked for help. And, to my surprise (and joy), the nurse helped without judgment. She answered all my questions, showed me how to make it work, and helped me realize that I can, in fact, be responsible for this tiny person.

She did such a great job that on night three, she checked in on us in the middle of the night and had to wake me up to take vitals.

“Are you sure you’re the same family who was up all night last night?” she asked. “I’m glad you’re able to figure it all out by now!”

In a nutshell? None of this is easy. But you will figure it out. And you’ll be better off knowing the things I didn’t know before I went in. The hospital stories I used to hear always glossed over the hard bits and ended with with a cheerful, “But of course, it was all worth it in the end.”

And while yes, it absolutely is all worth it in the end, I’d like to think that knowing the truth about what happens in between — the good, the bad, and the weird — will put any mama’s mind at ease.

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Giving a card is a great way to congratulate a loved one on her pregnancy. But sometimes the sentimental messages found in the greeting card.

35 Pregnancy Congratulations Messages

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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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