timberjohn27
Jun 16, 2018

Is it ok to reveal pregnancy (of wife) at work place?

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Hello,

 

My wife is 2 months pregnant. Is it ok to disclose it in office? Not that I want to shout and tell everyone in office about it. But I just wanted to know if there are any negatives of revealing this information at your work place?

 

Please help

 

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

 

References:

https://www.bogleheads.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=15332

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Thank you

 

 

steffany813
Jun 18, 2018

First... Congratulations!

Second... Is there a reason your wife wouldn't want you to share?

If she's ok with it I'd share but to be honest don't over share. For starters, God forbid anything happens every person you tell is one person that you have to untell. I think for that reason waiting until after 3 months is generally a good idea. But outside of that I think being excited and sharing is great.

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