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BABY SHOWER GAMES & GIFT IDEAS
There is nothing like a baby shower to bring out the "kid" in all of us. It is a time of celebration as well as a way to help the new mother to obtain the items she needs for her new baby. Enjoy some of the following traditional and original baby shower games at the next baby shower you give or attend.
BABY SHOWER GAMES
1. ESTIMATE SIZE OF THE MOTHER-TO-BE'S WAIST GAME
Pass around a ball of string (or yarn or ribbon) and a pair of scissors. Each party member cuts off a piece of string guessing the length to fit around the Mother's middle. Mom tries on each string. The person with the closest length wins a prize. Meanwhile, Mom gets to show off her proud tummy! Great for coed baby showers! Some showers use toilet paper instead of string, ribbon would work well, too.
Another version of this game is to have a roll of toilet tissue and have everyone tear off the number of squares they think will measure around the mom-to-be's belly.
2. BABY QUESTIONS
Pass out note cards and pencils to each attendee. Each person writes a common baby question such as "What do you do when a baby cries?" or "How do you get a baby to sleep through the night?" Then collect the cards and redistribute them face down (so you cannot see the question) and have each attendee write the answer to their initial question on the blank side. Then read the cards and get ready to laugh!
For example, you could have a card with the question "What do you do when a baby cries?" on one side and the answer "Shake it up and down until it's ready" on the other.
3. BABY WORD SCRABBLE GAME
Pick 10 or so words related to babies and scramble the letters. Photocopy the scrambled words on a sheet of paper for each party attendee. Give a time limit of about 5 minutes for each person to try to unscramble the words. Here is a sample of 20 words to get you started (some easy, some hard). **Printing tip, save the web page on your hard disk, then print it out. It will be much faster than printing directly from the web.
4. REMEMBERING BABY ITEMS ON A TRAY GAME
Place several baby items on a tray. Present the tray to the attendees for 15 seconds. Then hide the tray and have them write down the baby items they remember. The baby shower attendee with the most correct items wins! The tray is then given to the guest of honor since she will need the items. Here are some sample items:
Travel Baby Shampoo
Travel Baby Oil
Syrup of Ipecac
Pair of Socks
Small Baby Toys
Small Bottle / Sipper
5. FINDING BABY PINS IN RICE GAME
Place a dozen plain safety pins (of different sizes) in a large bowl of rice. Blind fold the player and give him/her 60 seconds to pull out as many pins a possible. The one who pulls out most pins during that time wins.
6. GUESS THE NUMBER OF ITEMS IN THE BABY BOTTLE (OR BREAST-PUMP BOTTLE) GAME
- Jelly Bean Count: Fill a baby bottle with little jelly beans (or other small candy). Show the attendees the baby bottle and have them guess how many beans are in the baby bottle. The person with the closest guess wins, and gets to share the jelly beans with the other guests. How about picking the mom's favorite small candy to use to fill the container?
- Cotton Ball Count: Gather a baby bottle and a package of cotton balls. Have everyone guess how many cotton balls will fit into the bottle. Allow everyone to count as the cotton balls are stuffed into the bottle. The guest with the closest guess wins.
- Baby Pin Count: Baby pins can be used instead of candy in the guessing game, if the mom is unable to eat the candy.
7. BABY PRODUCT LOGO GAME
Collect several magazine ads of baby products. Cut out the brand name and put the ads on stiff paper. Number the ads from one to twenty. The guests can either look at the ads on a wall or the ads can be passed around. The guest who names the most wins.
Variations include taping the commercials on a cassette tape or reciting the catch phrase.
8. EMBROIDERED CLOTH BABY DIAPERS
Every baby needs spit up wipes. If your baby shower attendees are handy with a needle, provide needles, embroidery thread and cloth diapers. While sitting around talking, everyone embroiders one (or more) diapers. Ideas to embroider are the baby's last name (or first name if known), flowers, blocks, bottles, or just trim the edges. Mom-to-be will love these after the baby is born.
9. TRY NOT TO SAY "Baby" GAME
Every baby shower attendee gets a baby diaper pin to pin on his/her clothes. Everyone tries not to say "Baby" during the party. When someone does, the first person who catches the slip, gets to confiscate the pin. The one with the most pins at the end of the party, wins!
Another variation on this game that is also used for Bridal Showers is to confiscate the pin when someone crosses his/her legs. This works best for smaller showers where everyone is sitting around a living room and can watch each other's legs!
10. TASTE TEST BABY FOOD GAME
Purchase several varieties of baby foods. Cover take the labels or take the labels off of the jars. Write a number on each with a permanent marker. Each person takes a sample on his/her paper plate, tastes it, and writes the name of the food next to number from the bottle. Each guesses the name of the baby food and the one with the most correct guess wins!
If you do not want to taste the food, then cover the labels from the jars and guess the contents by the looking. If the jars have not been opened, these can be given to the mom-to-be for later use with her baby.
11. BABY PICTURES GUESSING GAME
Everyone brings a baby picture of him/herself. The host/hostess displays the numbered pictures. The baby shower attendee who guesses the most correct wins! Great for coed parties. (Be sure to mention in the baby shower invitation to bring a baby picture.)
12. COTTON BALL SCOOP GAME
Get two large bowls and fill one up with cotton balls. The attendee is blind folded and tries with a heavy metal spoon or ladle to try and get as many cotton balls from one bowl to the other. It is actually very hard because all you feel is the weight of the spoon! The attendee who gets the most cotton balls into the other bowl wins.
13. CLOTHES PIN GRAB GAME
Two attendees to hold a long cord (meant to resemble a clothes line), with numerous clothes pins attached. Everyone has to try with ONE hand to get as many clothes pins off while still holding them in your ONE hand. As soon as you drop one you are out and that one does not count. One known record was 17. What was your party's record?
14. COTTON BALL TRANSFER GAME
Pass around a jar of vaseline and tell everyone to take as much as he/she needs. When everyone has some on his/her finger, tell them to cover their nose with it! The objective of the game is to get as many cotton balls from a big bowl to the floor in 60 seconds only using the vaseline covered nose. The attendee with the most balls on the floor wins (balls on the nose do not count).
Hint: To get the balls off the nose, shake your head or blow on the balls. Most likely, laughing will not make them come off!
15. MOM-TO-BE TRIVIA GAME
Compile a list of about 20 questions about the mom-to-be to ask the attendees to see who knows her the most. The attendee with the most correct answers wins. You might be surprised who wins!
What names does she have for picked for the baby?, Does she hope for boy, girl or either?, What are the color of her eyes?, What are the colors she has picked for the nursery?, What is she wearing today?, What is her favorite children's character (Pooh, Bart Simpson, etc)?, Has she had any crazy food cravings and if so, what was it?
16. DIRTY DIAPERS GAME
Version 1: Fold white napkins or cloth into little diapers and close with small diaper bin. Hand one out to each attendee when he/she arrives. At the end of the party, each attendee opens his/her diaper and the one with the brown "poop" spot wins a prize. It has been suggested that you use an unwrapped Hershey's chocolate kiss for the "poop." Great idea!
Version 2: Purchase a package of newborn disposable diapers. Take one per guest and put into a bag. Place either a glob of peanut butter or a squirt of chocolate syrup in one of the diapers, then fold back into original shape. Have each guest pick a diaper. The guest selecting the "dirty" diaper wins. Give the remaining package of diapers to the guest of honor.
Version 3: Before the party, take ten disposable diapers (number does not matter) and number the outside from one to ten. Then smear the inside of each with some smelly food item (i.e. tuna, horseradish, Italian dressing, garlic, mustard, chocolate syrup, coffee, curry paste, tea, ginger, salsa, herbs, etc.) Close each diaper up.
To play: Pass out paper and pens. Each diaper is then passed around for the players to smell. The one with the most correct guesses wins! One mother played this at her shower and got some great pictures of people holding up the smelly diapers to their nose.
A bonus prize: Sometimes babies will swallow small items and the only way to know if a baby has swallowed anything is to inspect the diaper. At one party a penny was hidden inside one of the diapers (this one was in peanut butter) and the "lucky" bonus prize winner has to find it.
Dirty Diaper Corsages: Cut one triangle for each guest from white felt. Place a dab of mustard or chocolate syrup in the center of one of the triangles. Fold the triangles like a diaper, and then close with a safety pin. Give each guest a diaper to wear, attaching with a straight pin. Near the end of the shower, have everyone undo their diapers. The one with the dirty diaper wins.
17. BABY NAME SONE GUESS GAME
A suggestion is a tape be made with short snippets of songs (10 - 25 seconds in length) with names in the title. If the sex of the baby in known, use names for that gender.
Play the songs and have people guess the name of the song and the artist. The one with the most correct song titles and artists wins!
Examples of songs for a girl would include: "Cecilia" by Simon and Garfunkel, "Mona Lisa" and "Ramblin' Rose" by Nat King Cole, and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by the Beatles, "Sara Smile" by Hall and Oats, "Rio" by Duran Duran (This was my daughter's (Rio) favorite song).
Examples of songs for a boy would include "Fernando" by Abba, "Hey Jude" by the Beatles, "Thomas O'Malley Cat" from the Disney movie "Aristocats", the James Bond Theme by Monty Norman Orchestra, and "Don't Mess Around with Jim" by Jim Croce.
For baby of unknown gender, you could mix some of each of the songs above. Or you could use songs with the word "baby" in them.
18. NAME POEM WITH ADVICE GAME
If you already have a name picked out, have the attendees make a poem with the letters of the name. For example if the first letter is N, the tip could be "Never pull on daddy's mustache ." The next letter could be E and the tip could be "Eat all your veggies!"
19. BABY SHOWER BINGO GAME
Stork Bingo: This game works like regular bingo, but instead of using the word "bingo" across the top of the card, use the word "stork" instead. Also use baby words such as bassinet, homebirth, midwife, crib, bottle, labor, etc., for the content of the card.
Baby Item Bingo: Make home-made bingo cards filling the squares with baby items such as: bottle, blanket, pacifier, nightgown, stroller, carseat, monitor, etc. Place the words in different squares on each card. Give each guest a card, and have them mark their cards as the gifts are opened. The first one to get a bingo wins.
As a variation of this game, instead of giving the guests filled out bingo cards, you may give each guest a blank bingo grid at the beginning of the shower. Allow the guests to fill in the blanks themselves with the presents they think might be given. Play as described above.
20. BABY CROSSWORD PUZZLE GAME
Create a crossword puzzle with baby related clues. For example, the color for a girl is #1 across.
21. BABY EXPRESSION GAME
Create a sheet of four to six baby pictures (from magazines, mother-to-be photo album, family albums, etc.). Make photocopies of the sheet to each guest. The guests try to create funny captions of what they think the baby is trying to say!
22. A MOTHER'S PURSE GAME
Read of a list of items and each attendee tries to find it in her purse. You can assign a number of points for each item (the more unusual the item, the higher number of points). The person with the most points wins. Hints: Best for an all woman shower, especially when most are moms!
Ideas for items are:
Something that rattles
(besides keys & loose change).
Something that a child could write on.
Something that is pink.
Something that bounces.
Something that is blue.
Something that squeaks.
Something that is soft & pliable.
A baby picture.
A napkin or wet wipe.
A picture of children.
A piece of candy.
At least a dollar in change.
A non-sweet snack.
A safety pin.
23. SCRAMBLE NAME GAME
Attendees try to come up with the words using the letters in the mother's and father's name. Use a five minute time limit. After checking for correct spelling, call the win's name. Instead of giving out a gift, each player must pay a dime for each word on their list. All the money goes into the baby's bank!
Another version of this word game is to take the words "BABY SHOWER" and spell as many words from these letters as possible within a 2 minute minimum time limit. Submitted by Mrs. Gleason, Conroe, TX
24. PLAYDOUGH SCULPTURE GAME
The attendees are separated into teams. The mother-to-be creates a list of baby items. The list is cut up and put into a bowl. She pulls one slip from the bowl and shows it to one member of each team. That person goes back to the team and tires to make a sculpture of the item. The team that thinks they know the item raises their hands. The mother-to-be asks them the word. If they are incorrect, the remaining teams keep going until someone guesses. Remember all the teams are working on the same word at the same time. Oh, one more thing, no talking during the sculpturing, but laughing is allowed.
25. ICE BREAKER GAME
Attendees try to find someone at the party who as a child did that was unique. The host/hostess may check up on the attendees before the party for specifics. Here are a sample of items from one baby shower:
Played a string instrument.
Did not have any sisters.
Born in a foreign country.
Won a trophy.
Born the same month as the baby's due date.
Wore a cast.
Walked before their first birthday.
Had 3 or more brothers.
Sang in the choir.
Walked to school (in the snow?).
Was not born in a hospital.
Had a horse (not rocking).
Sent to the principal's office.
Was chalkboard monitor.
Each attendee is given a piece of paper with the above and a line for the name. Attendees circulate so they can ask each other the questions. A name can only appear once on each attendee's sheet.
Great game if the attendees do not know each other well.
26. GUESS THE FAMOUS MOMS GAME
On as many pieces of paper write names of famous moms. One per sheet of paper. (Examples: Gloria Estefan, Madonna, Melanie Griffith, Princess Caroline of Monaco, Grace Kelly, etc.)
Choose as many participants as you have names and attach a sheet of paper with the name on their backs. The participants have to guess who they are supposed to be by asking the attendants questions that can be answered only with YES or NO answers. (Example: Am I American? Am I alive?, etc.)
The first to guess which famous mom she is wins. A great ice-breaker game.
27. RAFFLE TICKETS & DOOR PRIZES
The attendees buy raffle tickets for a door prize. About $1 per ticket is common. The grander the prize the better. Maybe one of the attendees could offer a service (house cleaning, massage, etc.) based on his/her skills. The guest of honor pulls out the lucky ticket to great fan fair (drum roll, please). Meanwhile the money is used to start the baby's first piggy bank!
28. BABY GIFT GUESS GAME
Have attendees bring a small item that you would use for a baby (i.e. pacifier, bib). Give each attendee a list of names of all the attendees. Have them wear these things if possible. After everyone is there and sitting down, have them remove the items and put it in a small basket.
See how many people can guess what each person was wearing when they came to the shower. When the lists are complete, have them take what they brought out of the basket. The person with the most correct wins. All items go to the mom-to-be.
29. DRESS THE BABY GAME
The idea is to dress a doll just like you would a real baby. Get a doll about the size of a baby and clothing to dress them up in. Including a cloth diaper, rubber pants, socks or booties, t-shirt, pants and shirt for a boy, dress for a girl, bonnet. Give a 2 minute time limit to see who can dress the baby the fastest without being harmful to this make believe child. The attendee who gets the most clothes on the baby wins. Funny!
30. DIAPER THE DOLL GAME
Gather a few disposable diapers, baby powder and baby dolls. Have a race to see who can diaper a doll the fastest. The mom-to-be then gets the remaining diapers and baby powder.
31. CLOTH DIAPER CHALLENGE GAME
Purchase a package of cloth diapers and diaper pins. Give each participant a baby doll, a diaper and two pins. (Let mom-to-be watch to learn some tips, and some "how not to's.") See who can finish with the most secure diaper.
32. BOTTLE RACE GAME
Fill several baby bottles with apple (or other pulp-free) juice. Have a race to see who can finish the juice first. Give a new bib to each participant to wear during the race.
33. TAKE THE CLOTHES PIN GAME
Give each guest a clothes pin to pin to their clothing. If a guest catches another guest crossing her legs, she may take the "leg crosser's" clothes pin. The person with the most clothes pins wins.
34. NURSERY RHYME GAME
Read a Mother Goose Rhyme book to create riddles for everyone to answer. For example, you might ask, "Who had so many children she didn't know what to do?" (The little old woman who lived in a shoe.) "Who would eat no lean?" (Jack Sprat's wife).
35. THE NAME GAME
Get your hands on a baby name book. Write the meaning of the names of the guests on slips of paper. Read the meanings to the group and have them guess whose name it is describing.
36. BABY ANIMAL NAMES GAME
Give each participant a piece of paper and pen/pencil. Ask them to write down as many animal mother/baby pairs as they can think of. Example: Cow/calf, kangaroo/joey, horse/fowl, etc. Whoever can think of the most in 60 seconds wins.
37. QUESTIONS & ANSWERS GAME
Pass a sheet of paper and a pencil to everyone. Have them write a baby care question down. Then fold the paper in half and pass it to the left several times. Be sure that no one ends up with their paper. Then have everyone write the answer to their original question on the back of the paper. Everyone gets to then read the questions and the funny answers.
From JPadgett - www.amazingpregnancy.com
38. DIAPER DERBY GAME
Diaper a baby, easy right? Ever do it blindfolded? Do do this, you will need a diaper, powder, and a baby doll.
From JPadgett - www.amazingpregnancy.com
39. PIN THE BABY ON THE STORK GAME
Get a picture of a stork. Make a baby for all the guests. Blindfold each guest, turn them around a few times and have them pin the baby on the stork's beak.
From JPadgett - www.amazingpregnancy.com
40. BABY PICTURES GAME
Have each guest bring a baby picture to the shower, You can use photo corners to post them to a piece of poster board. when it's time to play the game, let everyone guess who's who! Most guesses win.
From JPadgett - www.amazingpregnancy.com
41. BABY CHARADES GAME
To Prepare: Write out a bunch of different baby phrases, items, lullabies, ailments (such as diaper rash, and colic) and whatever else you can think of on strips of paper.
Have the attendee's divide into two even groups. Then have 1 person at a time (alternating teams of coarse) come up and choose a slip of paper then act out what is written on it without using their voice. Their team-mates have 90 seconds to guess what it is to get the point.
To make it easier for game participants you can use colored paper to color code each category, ie: baby phrases on blue, lullabies on yellow, etc.
You can get a little more excitement and interaction happening if you allow "Team A" to think of and assign things for "Team B" actors to play out and vise-versa.
You can change the dynamics a bit and make it more challenging by allowing them to use their voice (not words) but limiting their gestures to those of a baby (nothing too obvious). I have gotten a lot more laughs when I use this version.
From Brandee Bzowski - Email: Brandee Bzowski
42. BABY BIB & T-SHIRTS ACTIVITY GAME
To Prepare: Purchase a bunch of plain baby bibs or T-shirts and some fabric paint. (Bibs easily can be made out of inexpensive wash cloths prior to party, if you are creative with a needle and thread. Attachments can be ties, velcro, snaps).
Hand out a bib or T-shirt to each participant. Have each party participant decorate the fabric with something cute and individual. You can never have too many bibs or T-shirts for the new baby.
From Wendy In Canada - Email: Wendy & Elden Pinheiro
43. BABY OBSTACLE COURSE GAME
Get a stroller and a baby doll. Have chairs, cones, tables, etc... set up us a course and make sure to have a stop watch handy! One guest will be waiting at the start line with doll in hand, ready to place him/her in the stroller at the sound of the whistle. After the guest places the "baby" in the stroller, they will be giving the "baby" a ride for it's life as the guest takes it around the course. Any bumps into the props deduct 1 second. The guest with the fasted time is the winner!
From Erica, Dixon CA - Email: email@example.com
How did these baby shower games work for you? What ideas do you have for baby shower games? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org If you e-mail me with games and suggestions, I would be happy to add your baby shower game to the list along with giving you credit for the submission. I would love to hear from you. Thank you to all the contributors to this page.
BABY SHOWER GIFT IDEAS
Nubbins By Heather: Unique Baby Shower Gifts
Baby Shower-Games Party Supplies - Supplies for your Baby Shower. BabyWatch - (Watch the calculated developments of the unborn child by the second using this new computer program) Bosom Buddies Nursing Pillow(Special pillow designed to position the baby correctly for nursing) Baby Quilt Patterns - (Beautiful!) Beach Baby Quilt Original Hand-Made Quilts Baby's Breath Quilts All Seasons Gift Baskets - (Baby Shower Gift Baskets) Baby Shower Gift Baskets Embroidered Personalized Baby Gifts It's A Parent - The Baby Center Kidstuff Records - (Audio cassette tapes with lullabies, bedtime stories and nursery rhymes) Make Way for Baby! - (Video teaches love in the womb) My Precious Baby By April Newborn E-Mail Cards - (Send a free email card congratulating the parents) Prematurely Yours - (Baby books and other items for Preemies) The Stork Store Sera's Quilts - (Baby & lap quilts made by a grandmother!)
Here’s a unique gift idea: open an RESP (for Canadians) or a 529 Plan (US citizens) for the baby-to-be! It's a tax-free savings account that can be used to save for the child's post-secondary education. While thinking about eventual college costs are an important factor with newborn babies, the expecting mother probably has too much on her mind, and this is a lovely gesture that takes some pressure off.
OTHER IDEAS FOR BABY SHOWER GIFTS:
Baby Bibs (large and small)
Rompers (Spring or Summer baby)
Blanket Sleepers (Fall or Winter baby)
Baby Receiving Blankets
Baby Brush/Comb Set
Baby Tub and Bathing Toys
Baby Tub Seat
Portable Baby Feeding Seat
Baby Nail Care Set
Plastic Diapers/Diaper Service
Start Baby's College Fund
Gift Certificate for you to baby sit (or go out to lunch together)
Gift Certificate for you to cook and bring over a meal
Amazon.com has a gigantic collection of baby gift ideas and products.
Use the Amazon.com Search Box to find gift items for baby.
If you have suggestions or links that you would like to have included, please let us know at email@example.com I design, sew, and make a gothic line of baby wear, quilts, and layette items. If you are a Pagan, Goth or Wiccan and you would like something a little "witchy" for your new "witchling", please send me an e-mail and let me know what you may be interested in and I will contact you and we can discuss your plans. Here are a few examples of what I have already done in the past few years. Items can be sewn to your specifications.
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Allspice Leaf Oil Angelica Oil Anise Oil Baobab Oil Basil Oil Bay Laurel Oil Bay Oil Benzoin Oil Bergamot Oil Black Pepper Oil Chamomile (German) Oil Cajuput Oil Calamus Oil Camphor (White) Oil Caraway Oil Cardamom Oil Carrot Seed Oil Catnip Oil Cedarwood Oil Chamomile Oil Cinnamon Oil Citronella Oil Clary-Sage Oil Clove Oil Coriander Oil Cypress Oil Dill Oil Eucalyptus Oil Fennel Oil Fir Needle Oil Frankincense Oil Geranium Oil German Chamomile Oil Ginger Oil Grapefruit Oil Helichrysum Oil Hyssop Oil Iris-Root Oil Jasmine Oil Juniper Oil Labdanum Oil Lavender Oil Lemon-Balm Oil Lemongrass Oil Lemon Oil Lime Oil Longleaf-Pine Oil Mandarin Oil Marjoram Oil Mimosa Oil Myrrh Oil Myrtle Oil Neroli Oil Niaouli Oil Nutmeg Oil Orange Oil Oregano Oil Palmarosa Oil Patchouli Oil Peppermint Oil Peru-Balsam Oil Petitgrain Oil Pine-Long LeafOil Pine-Needle Oil Pine-Swiss Oil Rosemary Oil Rose Oil Rosewood Oil Sage Oil Sandalwood Oil Savory Oil Spearmint Oil Spikenard Oil Swiss-Pine Oil Tangerine Oil Tea-Tree Oil Thyme Oil Vanilla Oil Verbena Oil Vetiver Oil Violet Oil White-Camphor Oil Yarrow Oil Ylang-Ylang Oil Aromatherapy
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AROMATHERAPY: HERBAL & CARRIER OILS DESCRIPTIONS & USES
Almond, Sweet Oil Apricot Kernel Oil Argan Oil Arnica Oil Avocado Oil Baobab Oil Black Cumin Oil Black Currant Oil Black Seed Oil Borage Seed Oil Calendula Oil Camelina Oil Castor Oil Coconut Oil Comfrey Oil Evening Primrose Oil Flaxseed Oil Grapeseed Oil Hazelnut Oil Hemp Seed Oil Jojoba Oil Kukui Nut Oil Macadamia Nut Oil Meadowfoam Seed Oil Mullein Oil Neem Oil Olive Oil Palm Oil Plantain Oil Plum Kernel Oil Poke Root Oil Pomegranate Seed Oil Pumpkin Seed Oil Rosehip Seed Oil Safflower Oil Sea Buckthorn Oil Sesame Seed Oil Shea Nut Oil Soybean Oil St. Johns Wort Oil Sunflower Oil Tamanu Oil Vitamin E Oil Wheat Germ Oil
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