Pink, Blue and gold Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Gender Reveal Party Invitation
This watercolor "blue or pink" gender reveal party invitation card is perfect for a baby reveal party. The luxurious design features a light pink watercolor texture and light blue watercolor texture with a splash of faux gold glitter dust and an elegant calligraphy script font.
Announce your big news in style with these chic pregnancy announcements featuring your favorite landscape oriented or vertical photo with a white hand lettered text overlay reading "coming soon." Personalize with your name and expected arrival date.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Gender Reveal Party Invitation - Twinkle Twinkle Little Star How We Wonder What You Are
♥ An adorable way to announce your pregnancy! You can add your own ultrasound picture in the heart!
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Though their public ordeal has captured the attention of millions on the internet (even Ashton Kutcher . ), Sam and Nia are not the first young vloggers to go viral by sharing what many would choose to keep private. The couple is part of a subculture of Christian moms and dads online who share every personal moment of their lives on YouTube for the sake of bringing more followers to Jesus. They are to do good, to be rich in good works, to be generous and ready to share. [1 Timothy 6:18] Sam and Nia’s decision to share their pregnancy news on YouTube was not a novel one, but their story—dramatic, emotional, tinged with a Christian pro-life sensibility—set off many a viewer’s bullshit detector. There is, first of all, the highly condensed timeline. Then, there’s the couple’s admission that they never saw a doctor about the pregnancy or the miscarriage (“I’m a nurse so I know the signs of a miscarriage,” Sam told People ). their tendency to talk about their unborn child in terms of views and... The couple has even admitted to fabricating some parts of their story, like the unborn child’s sex. Nia has been referring to the baby as a girl, despite the fact that she had no way of discovering this information. (“We wanted to give her an identity,” Nia explained on Twitter. “She served a purpose and we love and bonded to her immediately. It’s a strategy that Sam and Nia and hundreds of other Christian vloggers are desperately trying to mimic, right down to video title construction. (Some recent Sam and Nia hits: “OUR HOUSE JUST GOT FUN. ”, “SPICING UP OUR MARRIAGE. ”, and “SISSY GOT HURT. The ultimate goal in sharing these mundane but sometimes intensely private moments with the world is, the vloggers say, giving as many people as possible “hope. ” Or, more directly, bringing them to Jesus. Sam explained this philosophy in a new vlog this week:. Welcome, guys. We call our fans here on the Sam and Nia channel “fanBASIC”. It’s a play on words with fan base. BASIC is an acronym for Brothers and Sisters in Christ. We understand that not all of you are believers in Christ, but we do this because this is what we want for you. Here on our channel, this is a part of our mission for god. In order to have the most fulfilling life possible, you need. Source: gawker.com
(WJHL) – Now a days it seems like everyone is coming up with a creative way to tell people that they’re expecting a baby. Some people like to cut a cake, and others like to open some kind of gift that is either boy or girl. But here is something you probably have not thought of. This husband suspects his wife could be pregnant. One morning she uses the restroom, and did not flush the toilet once she was finished, because she did not want to wake the kids. Well the husband goes in after her, and takes a pregnancy test. That’s right a man takes a pregnancy test, only he uses what his wife left behind in the toliet. The test slowly proves that the wife is expecting. The happy dad takes to share the news with his wife, who just thinks he is playing a trick on her since she has not yet taken a test. But once he reveals what he did, the couple is happy to be welcoming their third child. Click here to watch the video on YouTube. Source: wjhl.com
"We're calling in just to give her lots of love, and tell her we can't wait to see that new baby," said Laura on the phone. MORE: Watch Jenna Bush Hager's cute announcement of second pregnancy on TODAY. Weepy, Jenna kept saying, "I can't handle this. "One thing we know the Bush ladies know how to do is raise beautiful little girls," said Savannah Guthrie. But Barbara wasn't going to let her get away with that: "Wait a minute," she jumped in. "We're not bad on boys. Source: www.today.com