Great baby shower gift for dad to be. Tool belt with 'baby essentials'.
"Pregnancy is the happiest reason ever for feeling like crap."
Feeding new moms... good tips. Avoid: garlic, spicy, beans, sausage or other potentially gas or tummy troubles-creating foods (might not bother her but could cause colic which is the closest thing to hell on earth). Things that can be frozen or double as healthy breakfast/snacks like fruit, yogurt, muffins, nuts & ham are great!
Hospital check list: First one I've seen that most closely resembles the check list I'd make after having my 2 kids. I'd add birthing ball, hot water bottle, lavender massage oil, MP3 with birthing music & battery operated candles. Also leave the baby book at home!! You won't have time or energy. Ask your hubby to jot important things down in a small pocket sized notebook for later reference.
Hospital checklist: What to pack for labor & delivery | Lolly Jane
ouch pouch - love the lollipop
So cute for a baby shower! Just color with a Sharpie. Fun to play a GUESS THE SEX REVEAL GAME: Hershey's Bars (number of guest x 2) Have them choose what they think & then reveal the sex everyone gets a bar of chocolate & if they choose right they a prize like a Votive Candle or samples size of lotion or body wash lip balm or candy in a container
This would be so cute to take to the hospital when a baby is born!
I've never seen a GOLF BAG out of diapers! and the clubs out of baby shoes.
Baby shower idea: Possible other wording: "One small request that won't be too hard, Please bring a book instead of a card. Whether Cat in the Hat or Old Mother Hubbard, you can sign the book with your thoughts in the cover. Your book will be cherished, well loved or brand new, but please don't feel obliged, we will leave it up to you."
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Very cute idea for a gender reveal cake!:)
favorite snack ever! 1 bag of miniature pretzels 2 cups strawberry or vanilla yogurt 5 cups confectioners sugar Preheat oven to 250F. In a large mixing bowl, mix the confectioners sugar into the yogurt one cup at a time with a hand blender. Using tongs or chopsticks, dip the pretzels, one at a time into the frosting and place them on the wire cooling rack. (Place a cookie sheet under the wire rack to catch the excess frosting that will drip from the pretzels.) Once all pretzels are c...