A mom writes in asking for advice after she decided not to have a baby shower because it feels weird to celebrate a pregnancy she’s hated. But now she’s wondering how many other people decided not to have a baby shower and later regretted it?
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A member of the community asks:
“I’m not having a baby shower and it kinda makes me sad when I think about it because I hate this entire pregnancy. I’ve been alone and I feel like celebrating it is just a joke. Has anyone else not had a shower and regretted it?”
Community Advice for This Mom Who Might Regret Not Having a Baby Shower
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Fan QuestionDid you regret not having a baby shower?I’m not having a baby shower and it kinda makes me sad when I…Posted by Mamas Uncut on Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Some regretted it, others didn’t. It seems like anything can happen if you decide not to have a baby shower.
One commenter put it rather simply, “It’s completely up to you… I have four kids and never wanted baby showers and I don’t regret it.” Another woman wrote, “I didn’t and regret it. Do it. 🙂 [It] might make you feel better.”
And one mom offered the advice of an “arrival party” if she isn’t up for having a baby shower right now. “I had an arrival party with my 3rd. I didn’t feel like having a baby shower nor did I want every single person at the hospital after the labor. So it was kinda like a baby shower since people brought gifts. Maybe you might want to do that.”
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