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Millennial parents-to-be have turned gender reveals into celebrations.

Jun 02 2016

Millennial parents-to-be have turned gender reveals into celebrations. Young couples are working harder than ever to overcome financial limitations, prompting events celebrating life moments to rise in popularity. Expecting parents have begun throwing gender reveal parties instead of finding out if baby is a boy or girl in a doctor’s office. The gender is kept a secret before the event, so the couple can share the surprise with their family and friends. Outside vendors are now offering their services to make the reveal even more exciting, and sharing on social media has also more popular: the first gender reveal was posted on YouTube in 2008 and now there are over 100,000. (MSN