Congratulations on/for Your Baby (Prepositions)

When celebrating a newborn, we usually say "congratulations on your baby".

When celebrating a newborn, we usually say "congratulations on your baby".

Congratulations on your new baby!

To congratulate the new parents, you can alternatively use these expressions:

  • congratulations on your new bundle of joy
  • congratulations on your new arrival
  • congratulations on the birth of your son/daughter
  • etc.

Congratulations on the arrival of your baby girl.

The word "congratulations" is frequently followed by "on"; thus, we usually say "congratulations on your wedding or marriage", "congratulations on your graduation", or "congratulations on your achievement".

Congratulations on your marriage and best wishes for a happy life together.

When getting a promotion or a new job, you can use either of them to congratulate someone.

Congratulations for/on the new job.

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