Do you congratulate someone who is pregnant?
May God bless you with a happy healthy pregnancy.
Congratulations on your pregnancy.
No matter how you feel now, the baby will bring you lots of joy when he/she arrives!
Congratulations to the future mommy and future daddy for becoming pregnant and awaiting the birth of their future baby.
What do you say to someone going on maternity leave?
You could simply write: Wishing you all the best on your maternity leave. Hope you enjoy your maternity leave (lucky you, no more rush hour traffic!) I wish you a very happy delivery, and we can’t wait to wait to see your sweet “bundle of joy”.
What do you say to a pregnant woman?
10 Legitimately nice things to say to a pregnant woman
- “Being pregnant suits you” facebook. BabyCentre.
- “Congratulations” Image: Giphy.
- “That’s the perfect bump” Image: Giphy.
- “There’s no way this is baby number three” Image: Giphy.
- “You are adorable” Image: Giphy.
- “You are all belly” Image: Giphy.
- “You look great” Image: Giphy.
- “You make pregnancy look easy” nathancberry.
When can you get a prenatal massage?
Women can begin massage therapy at any point in their pregnancy – during the first, second, or third trimester. Many facilities will refuse to offer massage to a woman who is still in her first trimester because of the increased risk for miscarriage associated with the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
How do you compliment a pregnant woman?
The Best Compliment You Can Give To A Pregnant Woman
- “Your baby belly is so beautiful.”
- “Oh wow, you’re REALLY pregnant!”
- “How much time do you have left?!”
- You’re glowing!
- Hang in there, you’re doing great!
- You make pregnancy look easy/effortless.
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What do you write in a baby boy card?
New Baby Wishes
- “So happy for you two!
- “You two deserve every bit of happiness this baby is going to bring you.”
- “So many happy and wonder-filled times ahead for you…congratulations.”
- “Warmest congratulations on the birth of your sweet baby girl!”
- “Love just got real.
- “Welcome to the world, little one!
Photo in the article by “National Park Service”