It’s been a long few months in lockdown, hasn’t it? Most of us have been getting busy catching up on Netflix, stocking our pantries with ALL the pasta, and buying indoor plants at Bunnings.

But some of us have just been getting busy.

And now that the pregnancy test is showing up positive, it’s time to bring this news out of lockdown and share it with family and friends. But how do you announce you’re carrying more than just a few extra COVID-kilos?

With a cheeky quarantine pregnancy announcement, naturally! Below are just a few of our favourite lockdown pregnancy announcement ideas we’ve stumbled across on social media.

How clever are they?


Our favourite quarantine pregnancy announcement ideas

1. What did you get up to in lockdown? 

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The little boy’s face! LOL. Source: Instagram

2. Well played, quarantine. 

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Source: Twitter

3. No social distancing here

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4. Or here

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5. Stocking up on babies 

Source: Instagram 

6. The wrong kind of protection…

Flippin’ hilarious!  Source: Instagram 

7. Not enough hand sanitiser in the world 

Source: Instagram 

8. Six feet apart

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The Corona beer bottles are such an awesome touch!  Source: Instagram 

9. Not so boring after all 

Source: Instagram

10. A face mask isn’t going to protect you from pregnancy, love 

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11. A very Merry Christmas, indeed

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Source: Instagram

12. Blame Quarantine

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Source: Instagram

13. “Sometimes” doesn’t cut it 

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14. The bright side of lockdown

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Source: Instagram

How awesome are they? They almost make me wish I had a quarantine pregnancy to announce. Almost, but not quite.

What to read next

Looking for more pregnancy announcement ideas? Here are a few more to consider.

And once you’ve made the announcement, it’s time to move on to baby names. Check out these 25 Baby Names Trending Since COVID-19 and 12 Names Parents Are Ditching. 

Author

Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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