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Music teacher announces pregnancy with "Frozen" song parody

(Source: YouTube) (Source: YouTube)
Ashley Miller teaches music at Leopold Public School. Ashley Miller teaches music at Leopold Public School.
Ashley Miller is busy teaching the students Christmas songs and preparing for their upcoming Christmas concert. Ashley Miller is busy teaching the students Christmas songs and preparing for their upcoming Christmas concert.
Ashley and Jimmie Miller announced their pregnancy with a "Frozen" parody on YouTube. Ashley and Jimmie Miller announced their pregnancy with a "Frozen" parody on YouTube.
LEOPOLD, MO (KFVS) - If you have kids, you've most likely seen the movie "Frozen" multiple times and heard the song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman." Even if you don't have kids, you have probably heard this song.

One couple decided to announce their pregnancy with their own version of this "Frozen" song calling it "Do You Wanna have a Baby."

Ashley and Jimmie Miller of Cape Girardeau posted their "Frozen" parody video on YouTube on Thanksgiving. In just a matter of days it had hundreds of views. They had help from a friend who shot the video. It took them roughly four hours to shoot it.

Ashley teaches music at Leopold Public School. She is busy teaching the students Christmas songs and preparing for their upcoming Christmas concert. Other teachers in the hallways were singing this song after her announcement.

Ashley says she got the idea one day to make the video when she listened to "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman" on Pandora radio. At that time, she was not pregnant, but the idea to do this video was set in her mind.

After posting the video, their families and friends watched it and were excited of the news. Ashley says some people didn't quite understand they were announcing their pregnancy and just thought it was a great video. A lot of people complemented her on her singing voice and Jimmie's dancing. It was still a surprise to some who watched the video, thinking it was just a song she sang and didn't know she was announcing her pregnancy.

The video features Ashley and Jimmie at home and in a store shopping for baby items. 

The couple do not know yet whether it is a boy or a girl, but as they say in the video, it's okay either way. They are expecting their little one on May 26 and are very excited the new addition to their family.

Mobile users can click here to view the video: http://youtu.be/Ypm39Crhd64

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