Rather than just hold a gender reveal party that involves colored balloons, flares, confetti and so on which can present sometimes present safety and environmental damage concerns, why not hold a party which provides a platform for love and inspiration? Why not challenge and involve your guests rather than just have them be passive witnesses?
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Announce to family and friends that you are now expecting a baby and/or reveal the gender of the baby.
If you have decided to find out the gender, celebrate it and allow people to prepare for the baby shower. Or just have a baby announcement party.
The powerful positive attention / prayers of friends and family will help the soul you have growing within you.
Explain which qualities of this animal you hope the child is imbued with and why. You can just have people adlib this or you can use the game we have developed.
Have them explain which qualities of this person you hope the child is blessed with. You can just have people adlib this or you can use the game we have developed.
Have a large number of different kinds hats that can be worn by males and females.
Have each person select the hat they imagine the baby will wear when they are an adult.
Then have them take turns speaking and acting as they imagine the baby will behave as an adult when they wear that hat. They can even give themselves a name to suit the hat. Of course, no one at this stage of the party will know the gender of the baby. But that just adds to the fun.
Have enough cards so there are two for each person at the gender reveal party.
Write empowering words like power, success, kind, generous, abundant, giving, loving, flexible, etc. on half of the cards, and very ordinary words like frying-pan, stapler, coffee filter, window, sink, floor wax, baseball, toilet paper on the other half of the cards.
Each person has to pick one card from each pile and make up a silly poem using both words and read it out aloud. The poems should be about how they hope the baby’s life will turn out.
Give each person paper and a pen and ask them to write a limerick about the luck the baby will encounter throughout its life.
You may want to give them some ideas for topics like elephants, horseshoes, four leaf clover, dragons, shooting stars etc. Go to the library or search online for some examples of limericks to help them see the format.