-->

Get Creative With Your Pregnancy Announcement

October 17, 2018

Following all the excitement surrounding Harry and Megan’s visit to Australia, and their announcement of Megan’s pregnancy, we’ve been talking about some of the fun ways parent’s-to-be can share their thrilling news.


Gone are the days when you simply call up your friends and family to give them your news. Nowadays the more creative the better. We don’t think you can beat a cryptic pic on social media to reveal all.


Like this one by a couple expecting a baby soon. So cute! 

 

Here are some of our favourites.

 

 

 

Have you seen any clever pregnancy announcements? Have you made any of your own? Please share them with us!

 





Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in News

Supporting choice on International Women’s Day
Supporting choice on International Women’s Day

March 09, 2019

Here at Secret Saviours we believe International Women’s Day is all about choice for women. 

It’s a time to reflect on how far we’ve come with the choices we’ve made, but also a time to look forward to what else we need to achieve.

View full article →

7 of the best ways to bond with your baby
7 of the best ways to bond with your baby

February 16, 2019

Pregnancy is the beginning of a very precious love affair – one that will start when your baby is in your womb and last for your entire life. After the first few tiring weeks of coming to terms with your changing body you’ll feel more connected with your developing child and ready to start bonding.

View full article →

Creams, Gels and Oils alone won’t prevent stretch marks
Creams, Gels and Oils alone won’t prevent stretch marks

December 06, 2018

A staggering 8 out of 10 women will get stretch marks during pregnancy. They’re an everyday problem, affecting all skin types, developing on thighs, breasts and most commonly on the tummy.  

Stretch marks are skin tears in the dermis.  They form at right angles to the body’s natural skin lines known as Langer’s Lines. Once formed there is little that can be done to remove them.

View full article →