Here Comes Baby! The Internet Does Baby Announcements Right.

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Summer is a little more than halfway over. I don’t know about you, but it has suddenly been made clear that spring hit my non-single friends REAL hard this year. They’re all full’o’babies!

With the advent of the Internet the baby announcement has evolved into some way more creative and wacky than just spelling it on a cake. Here are some awesome ways parents have introduced their new bundles of joy to their friends and family.

This Mario brother is waiting for his Luigi.

Emily enlisted the help of the original Fresh Prince to announce the coming of her own fresh prince.

Actually Mom looks like she’s eating for a party of five here. No judgements though.

Look who’s laughing now, Dad!

Seeing this would truly terrify me as much as the movie did.

The baby is coming… just as the wise prophet Vanilla Ice once foretold.

Ha! But seriously don’t give your babies guns. They have an undeveloped sense of morality.

Torrey Smith of the Baltimore Ravens and his wife decided to announce the new baby over dinner.

This is a cute picture, but I hope they didn’t actually decorate their home with this pumpkin. Spooky!

Those toys are pretty choice. You guys will be fine parents.

All baby announcements aside, if that’s really a traffic sign, shouldn’t it say “wall ahead”?

These parents just gave birth to a little ghost baby!

The baby is crying because her parents just explained to her the intricacies of the real estate problem in this country.

For some reason a baby skeleton is creepier to me than a regular type skeleton.

I don’t know enough about bananas to confirm this is how they’re made. Are there any scientists out there?

Hike! Wait no, dad don’t throw!

Wow, they killed it so hard that I don’t think I want to even try to have kids (sorry Mom). Give this a share on Facebook to inspire the next batch of new parents.

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