Before a baby is born to a Latino couple these days, the baby's parents or grandparents often throw a baby shower inviting relatives, friends and neighbors. It's not unusual for the number of guests to reach 60 or more. This celebration often takes place regardless of how young the parents are, whether they planned to have the baby and whether or not they are married. Isn't celebrating such births sending the wrong signals? Liany Elba Arroyo understands why people outside the Latino community may ask that question.