Buffalo (PRWEB) December 15, 2011
Is there a more anticipated moment for a pregnant woman than hearing “Congratulations, you have a new baby (boy or a girl)!” Tori Spelling and Melanie Brown just recently experienced this highly anticipated moment of keeping their baby's gender a surprise until their due date.
Every chosen holiday a gift is received from someone special. Eyes are set on the shimmery wrapped present. The present is then analyzed, touched, and dreamed about. The excitement over the present builds. The climax is when the gift is opened and then identified. In many of these celebrated events the gift could be opened early, wrapped back up, and still have the joy when the present is opened at the celebration. It is not quite the same, but still good.
It is the same for the baby’s birth. How much joy is surrendered because of pregnant mothers wanting to be prepared?
How many weeks of people saying gender predictions?
There is a 50% chance of being correct, which brings joy to everyone. The true reason for the excitement is for the parents. How many nights might they lose sleep talking about: “What will the baby look like? Who will it act like? What will the baby become? Can you imagine…?” It is the dream, the anticipation, and the parents’ very own present.
A new niche company called Baby Riddle has come up with a great solution to keep the gender of the baby a surprise and to feel prepared. Pregnant mothers send their ultrasound results to Baby Riddle. The company then sends a gift box of colorful gender-specific clothing right at the baby’s delivery date. Mothers then have the opportunity to avoid purchasing two outfits and neutral baby clothes.
Keeping the baby’s gender a surprise is one of the last few “true” surprises given to adults. Excitement is sure to come out on this amazing experience by trying it with at least one of the babies born into a family.
Visit Baby Riddle’s website at: http://babyriddle.com to find out how to keep the baby's gender a surprise and have the fabulous gender-colored clothing too. Parents can now say goodbye to neutral baby clothes.
Baby Riddle was founded by a Registered Nurse and an entrepreneur. The nationwide online company is based in the United States. Baby Riddle’s solution to keep the baby’s gender a surprise: Have an unbiased third party send the gender specific clothes right before the baby's due date. Phone: 866.927.2524| http://babyriddle.com | Facebook http://www.facebook.com/babyriddle.store | Twitter http://www.twitter.com/baby_riddle
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