Did you get congratulated on your non-existent baby this week?
A slew of ladies (and men) got an inbox surprise this week when photo-printing service Shutterfly erroneously sent out an e-mail blast congratulating users on their new baby.
The email, which pictures a little girl kissing the forehead of a newborn, read: “There’s nothing more amazing than bringing a new life into the world. As a new parent, you’re going to find more to love, more to give, and more to share.”
A sweet message, but not for the people who received the note who were, emphatically, not recent parents.
The company noticed the mix-up after a wave of social media confusion and outage over the mishap, and has been issuing apology emails to individual women.
But in the meantime, users on Twitter had some things to say about the situation: