How to congratulate someone on a new baby
Do you say congratulations when someone has a baby?
Pregnancy comes with many varying emotions, and they’re not always pleasant feelings. Just like you shouldn’t comment on someone’s pregnancy or body unless invited to, you also shouldn’t congratulate unless you know the person is happy.
How do you congratulate someone on a new baby boy?
Congratulations on the arrival of your happy and healthy new-born! We hope you enjoy this special time and make lots of wonderful memories. Looking forward to meeting him/her and sending all our best wishes. So thrilled to hear about the arrival of your beautiful new baby boy/girl.
What can I say instead of congratulations?
In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for congratulations, like: felicitations, kudos, good work, congrats, way-to-go, good-for-you, compliments, best wishes, nice going, many-happy-returns and hear; bless you.
What do you say to a coworker new baby?
Dear [Coworker], I am excited to hear the wonderful news about your new baby! I know that you will enjoy your new addition, and I wish you and your growing family much joy and happiness for the future. Let me know if you need me to help you with anything at the office.
Can you say big congratulations?
are perfectly idiomatic in English, although ‘a’ precedes a plural noun. I think native speakers would say a big congratulation if the singular form was idiomatic when congratulating someone, but it’s simply not. Although the following are commonly said and heard in speeches, they do sound a little formal.
How do you congratulate someone?
Formal Exclamations to Congratulate Someone in English
- Congratulations! You deserve this success.
- Congratulations on your hard work.
- My sincere/heartfelt/warmest congratulations to you.
- I commend you on your accomplishments/success.
- Well done!
- That’s wonderful news.