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Top 8 Gifts For Baby Showers

Top 8 Gifts For Baby Showers

What should you buy when attending baby shower?

Baby shower gifts

1) Baby Clothing: Choose something comfy and bigger in size since babies grow fast.  Make note of the season when the baby is able to wear it.

2) Nursing Pillow:  This will help to ease the pain of mommy carrying the baby while nursing.  Even when no longer nursing, usually the pillow can be used for baby to sit or can be your back pillow when watching T.V.

3) Diaper Cakes: This is the most thoughtful and useful gift. You can show off your creativity and it is easy to make and very practical too. 

4) Baby Bibs: Babies will tend to drool often so this will help your baby from getting their clothes dirty when they spit up after feedings. There are different options but best to use one with adjustable straps so you can adjust according to size of your babies neck.

5) Baby Bath BrushWhen baby has dead, scaly, or dry skin, it can really irritate their body and without really knowing how to express it. A soft loofah-like brush will help exfoliate all that new skin peeling and help fight the dry skin of winter. Baby skin is very sensitive so make sure to pick a soft brush. 

6)  Baby Food Feeder/Fruit Feeder Pacifier: This is a great way to introduce baby to new foods. Because it’s in the shape of the pacifier he or she is already used to, this will just seem like a new, tasty pacifier. It won’t require learning any new skills, and there won’t be as big a mess with this. You will still need to teach him/her how to eat with a spoon, but this is perfect for times when you’re in a rush or on the go.

7) Pacifiers: Baby has a natural need to suck and a pacifier will satisfy that need. Recent studies have indicated a pacifier might help reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Sucking on a pacifier at nap time and bedtime might reduce the risk of SIDS

8) Baby Books: Babies need stimulation for their brain. Babies love books. They love the pictures and the act of turning pages, and it’s very often the best way to occupy a baby without actively engaging him/her yourself.