How do you congratulate someone on a new baby at work?

How do you congratulate someone on a new baby at work?

“Wishing blessings of health and joy to you and your new baby. Congratulations!” “Best wishes for a lifetime of happiness for you and your growing family. Congratulations!”

What do you say to congratulate someone on a baby?

  1. “Congratulations!
  2. “That’s going to be one lucky baby.”
  3. “Congratulations!
  4. “May your baby be blessed with good health, love and laughter.
  5. “Now is the time to enjoy your baby’s little feet and baby smell.
  6. “Congratulations to proud new parents!”
  7. “We are really excited that your baby has arrived safe and sound!”

How do you say congratulations on a baby girl?

New Baby Wishes

  1. “So happy for you two!
  2. “Ahhh!
  3. “You two deserve every bit of happiness this baby is going to bring you.”
  4. “So many happy and wonder-filled times ahead for you…
  5. “Warmest congratulations on the birth of your sweet baby girl!”
  6. “Love just got real.
  7. “Welcome to the world, little one!

How do you congratulate someone on a baby email?

General Congratulations Phrases

  1. Wishing your new family a lifetime of happiness. May your greatest times be spent together.
  2. We (I) couldn’t be happier to share in your joy. Congratulations on your adorable new son/daughter.
  3. All the best to you and your new little bundle of joy. May your lives be filled with happiness.

How do you congratulate expecting parents?

Traditional New Baby Messages

  1. Congratulations on your new bundle of joy!
  2. May you have a safe delivery and a speedy recovery.
  3. Many congrats to the new parents-to-be!
  4. Your baby will be so loved and cherished!
  5. Wishing you lots of love and happiness to you and your little miracle.
  6. Congratulations on this new adventure!

What to say to an expecting father?

When talking to someone who just became a new dad, you want to offer some words, and you want them to stand out, be memorable, and really help your buddy with what’s about to come. “Congratulations!” is always a good. “How’s everyone doing?” is usually appreciated.