I'm not sure I want to write 'love BelleBear, DH, DS and bump' (partly because I think it sounds a bit twee and partly as I am superstitious about mentioning it too much) but for some people I don't see and for distant family it would be nice to include an indication.
Is there a non-twee way of doing it? Or shall I leave it? Really not sure.
I intensely dislike receiving any form of communication from fetuses. Just add a line saying you are looking forward you your last Christmas as a family of 3 before the latest addition arrives in April, or something like that.
thanks for the congratulations - am 22 weeks. Also just thought that I don't want to upset anyone if they have had mc or problems ttc or anything. have been there myself, but I suppose you can't hide from birth announcements completely can you.
I would say love from little bump, baby bump, bump or like someone else pointed put baby smith. I think all these are acceptable and i dont see them as twee at all. I dont think you could say anything else so maybe just leave the baby off.
thanks for all the opinions - have started writing a little note to those I want to (sounds organised but quite a few abroad so need to get a move on). Lots of people I see often obviously already know. It's really for those obscure relatives of DH I haven't seen since our wedding, iykwim