There’s always something heartwarming about pregnancy announcement videos.
You will find hundreds of videos on YouTube but we here at RachFeed definitely couldn’t get enough of them. We love them to bits!
That’s why we couldn’t help but write about this touching footage that’s been making the rounds on social media lately. Uploaded by Brittany Welch on the said video-sharing site last December 28, 2015, this one captured how her deaf husband reacted when he found out she was pregnant.
She did the announcement in an interestingly unique way by using a bite-sized chocolate bar, a bottle of root beer, and two pregnancy tests.
Brittany wrote on the video description:
“This is how I told my husband, David, that he will be a Daddy! Video filmed October 8, 2015… I was a few weeks pregnant, and found out earlier that day.”
You can watch the tender moment here (along with other nice pregnancy announcements that have recently been circulating online):
As of this writing, the video has already been viewed 957,845 times over at Brittany’s channel. We have a feeling that the view count will continue to increase since the video has only been up for about three days. Besides, several news websites have started picking up the story lately.
American Sign Language
Deaf Library describes American Sign Language (ASL) as “a complex visual-spatial language” often used by deaf people in the United States and some English-speaking countries. British countries, however, use British Sign Language despite the fact that they also speak English.
The real origin of ASL is not exactly clear but some believe that it had its beginnings from the intermixing of local and French sign languages. Over the years, it has evolved as it has been influenced by different signs.
Presently, there are no international or universal sign language being used across the world.