You don’t hear only bad news these days.
People are still living their lives — at a distance, of course.
Parents to be Omaar Yemini and Stephanie Márquez held a gender reveal party on their balcony in downtown Miami on Saturday amid stay at home orders.
They invited friends to their 3 p.m. virtual festivities via Facebook and Instagram.
“One, two, three!” he shouts to the tunes of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You.”
A pink cloud bursts from a confetti cannon.
“Oh my God!” screams Marquez, the director of alumni affairs/the annual fund at St. Thomas University.
They both embrace.
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“We had absolutely the best day ever and the overwhelming love and support we’ve received from family, friends and strangers has been incredible!” Marquez told the Miami Herald, saying they didn’t have any names picked out yet.
Added Yemini: “The story brought so much joy and positivity to so many people.”
This story was originally published March 30, 2020 10:58 AM.