I decorated each chair with one, a blue fleece baby blanket, draping it triangular over the chair and tying the top with blue ribbon, and using a blue bib, That says "I Love My Daddy" on it, And the exact same for the Mommy's chair with a pink fleece blanket, pink ribbon and a pink bib saying "I Love My Mommy". It looked beautiful, and each item was reusable for the new baby.
By Jackie from Southern, MA
I was wondering if anyone could please help me with some decorating, games, and food ideas? It will be a baby shower on a budget. This is a first for me and I'm lost.
you can play the string game where you pass around a string and guess how big the mothers stomach is
I'll be giving my sister in-law a baby shower in three weeks. I've given a few in the past but never to someone as "picky" as she is. I can give her a nice shower but I would like it to be extra special since we've had to talk her into the whole baby shower thing in the first place. If any of you fine readers have some upscale ideas for food (shower will be at 3PM on a Saturday), please post. And any unusual decoration ideas would be welcomed as well. Thank you in advance!
I made this wreath to take to the hospital to hang on the door after the baby was born. Everyone always wonders what the person next door had..this lets them know.
I'm expecting my 1st grandchild in March and I am planning to give my daughter a baby shower. Can anyone suggest some decorating ideas, games to play, and food to serve? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Jayne from Bristow, VA
Everyone will LOVE this.....plus it's easy and you can make it ahead!!!
CHOCOLATE CHIP CHEESE BALL
Soften and mix together:
8 oz cream cheese
1 stick of butter (not margarine)
Blend into mixture:
&frac; C powdered sugar
2 T brown sugar
1 C miniature chocolate chips
Form mixture into a ball and chill for 2 hrs. Roll in crushed pecans or Oreos and serve with graham cracker sticks.