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04/11/2015 at 11:13
We've been noticing that a lot of pregnancy announcements lately start, like model Chrissy Teigen's (below) with the words, "We are pregnant!"
Not "I'm pregnant" or "We're expecting a baby" but "We're pregnant".
And we'd really like to know what you all think of this new trend.
Do you think it's ridiculous – your other half is not pregnant, so why pretend he (or she) is?
Or do you think it's actually quite sweet – and a way of including your partner in the pregnancy thing right from the get-go?
Please do tell us what you think by adding a post to this thread. We'd love to hear your views on this one.
04/11/2015 at 17:33
You know my first reaction was 'that's so American (i'm in the UK)' and defo cringe! Cause, lets be honest, it's only the lady who's pregnant right? But thinking about it a bit more, it kind of says 'we're in this together', so it's a bit swet too. Oh i'm torn!
04/11/2015 at 19:47
Ew. I'd never say we're pregnant. Because we're not. I am! What next, 'we've got morning sickness', 'we've got swollen breasts'? haha
04/11/2015 at 20:56
I think it's fine as its a joint decision and it takes hubby/partners sperm to get us pregnant!! Each to their own but I think it's very sweet!:) Hubby tells me off when I say my children too!! I have to remember it's ours!:)
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