FILE - In this Nov. 13, 2013 file photo, Charles Kelley, of Lady Antebellum, and his wife Cassie McConnell attend the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York. Kelley and his wife, Cassie, announced they will be having their first child next year. The couple has been married for six years. The seven-time Grammy winning country band is currently on their Wheels Up tour. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File). She wrote that after years of trying to get pregnant, the couple was told they had a 1 percent chance of conceiving a child naturally. She said they were going to explore other options later this year, but discovered in June that she was pregnant. They have been married for six years. The seven-time Grammy-winning country band is currently on its Wheels Up tour. Source: www.dailyherald.com
http://elitedaily. com/news/time-lapse-drawing-announce-wifes-pregnancy-video/1157074/ Artist Uses Amazing Time-Lapse Drawing To Announce Wife’s Pregnancy (Video) Nick Rollins' pregnancy announcement is better than your pregnancy announcement. The stencil time-lapse video shows Nick with his wife before this caption pops up:But wait. We almost forgot someone. A baby bump is then penciled onto Rollins' wife's bel. A baby bump is then penciled onto Rollins’ wife’s belly, and we learn of the future third Rollins mishpacha member, aptly named “Baby Rollins. Aside from videos where soldiers see their dogs for the first time after coming back from deployment and babies laughing at things they shouldn’t be laughing at, pregnancy announcement videos are probably my favorite feel-good YouTube stuff. Something about a cool announcement art project or even just simply taping the couple handing a gift-wrapped pregnancy test to the soon-to-be grandparents is enough to lead me down a YouTube spiral of “d’awwwwwww”-inducing uploads. Don’t get too excited to announce your intention to sire a child though, because, from what my dad told me, like 60 percent of pregnancy announcements in real life involve the wife yelling, “I’M PREGNANT. SO WE BETTER FIGURE OUT HOW TO DEAL WITH THIS. ” during a fight. Source: elitedaily.com
The grandparents puzzled over what exactly they were looking at, visibly unsure as to why the couple was filming the reveal, or why they were making such a big deal about the cake. John and Susan walked them through all the clues over the course of the three-minute video, keeping the camera rolling as the ultrasound photos were mistaken for pictures of alligators, snakes or birds. Source: www.news3lv.com
But the future grandparents were never expecting to be shown a picture like this and their priceless reaction was capture and uploaded to YouTube. “It was quite a shock and funny reaction when instead of holding up a picture I'd taken with my digital ...