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    Buy a cute “Baby’s First Christmas” ornament, place it on the front of your tree, and try to wait patiently for someone to notice. 

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    When you are cutting out reindeer and snowmen in your gingerbread or sugar cookies, mix in baby-themed shapes. Place the cookies on a plate at a gathering. See who says something first.

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    If you’re expecting your second baby, ask your first kiddo to write a wish list to Santa that includes a little brother or sister. Show it to Dad and say, “Well, one wish is coming true” while pointing to the list.  

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    Rewrite your favorite Christmas story or poem with a baby theme and hand it out to your family.  

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    Wrap a present under the tree that says “To: Baby.” Let Dad pass out the gifts on Christmas and have a camera ready to take a picture of his face when he reads it. 

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    Place your ultrasound photo on the front of your Christmas cards. 


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    Write a message in the snow in your yard and lead Dad outside to read it. 

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    Wear a maternity T-shirt to a family gathering that has a fun Christmas theme, like a bow on the belly, “cookie in the oven”, or “Baby’s First Christmas”, and wait for someone to comment.   

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    Place your older kids in Big Brother or Big Sister shirts, take a photo, and send it as a Christmas card. 

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    When you and Dad are Christmas shopping, casually veer into a toy store. When he asks who you are shopping for, you can say that you want to get an early start on shopping for Baby next year. 

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    Tie a ribbon around your belly and tell Dad a gift is inside. 

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    Give first-time grandparents a “Grandparents” frame and wait for them to realize what it means. 

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    Set out a nativity scene, leave Baby Jesus out of it. When family asks where the baby is, you can point to your belly. 

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    Wrap the pregnancy test in a box and place it under the tree for Dad. 

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    Take a picture with Santa and title it “Baby’s First Christmas.” Hang it up on the fridge. 

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