Family Announces Pregnancy in Hilarious Bebe Rexha Remix
It wasn't the first time they've made a creative announcement.
The third time's a charm, especially for one Idaho family who has been announcing their pregnancies in unique ways since their first child.
"We’re having a baby, it’ll be No. 3, having baby No. 3," the couple sings in the humorous video.
The video features the couple singing about the adjustments they'll have to make, including pulling the third row of seats out in their minivan and buying new wipes and clothes.
Bebe Rexha herself was among the fans of the clip, retweeting the unique video, which has already been liked more than 1,700 times.
“OH MY GAWDDD,” the star wrote on the post, along with hearts and laughing emojis.
This isn’t the first time the family has performed to make a special announcements. In 2012, when they were expecting their first baby, they produced a “breaking news report” to announce the news with the help of a local news reporter.
Just seven months after their son Emerson was born, they found out they were expecting again.
Of course they had to stick to tradition and tell the news with another special video.
In that one, they sang their own version of Taylor’s Swift’s "We are Never, Ever, Ever Getting Back Together," titled, “We are Having, Having, Having Another Baby."
Dozens of websites posted stories about the Swift recreation, but radio host Elvis Duran called it a train wreck.
But thankfully, one bad review hasn’t stopped the family’s creativity.
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