Baby Shower #3

Ok, third and final! This one was thrown for Steve’s side of the family by his sister, aunt and cousin (in law). Wonderful ladies! They had a picture board that everyone signed and wrote nice messages on. Once baby is born, a family picture will go in and it will be framed 🙂 Love it! We played a word scramble of baby related things—it was tough! We guessed how many pacifier candies were in a jar… and each gift was given a random number and when I opened that present, everyone had to mark that number off their bingo sheet—cute idea I had never seen before!

Oh and there were COLD STONE cupcakes, yummmmmmm 🙂

DSC00532Monkey stuff! This basket was also filled with baby blue hangers, crib sheets and a hooded monkey towel 🙂

We also got the other bathroom stuff: the monkey bath rug, shower curtain, toothbrush holder, wash cloths and soap dispenser! We got some great books (Where the Wild Things Are, Goodnight Moon, and Hungry Caterpillar), a Parent’s Survival Kit, changing pad cover, these adorable hand carved animals:

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We got some cute Cubs and Vikings outfits:

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Swaddling blankets, diapers, wipes, a baby bottle, bath toys, a cute Christmas outfit, Baby Einstein book, this SO COMFY swing:

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a Pea Pod travel bed, and an amazing quilt handmade by Steve’s grandma! The colors are perfect! We also got money toward our glider. Here it is, with the handmade quilt!

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and a “dream screen” for the crib—it shows moving images and you can attached your own mp3 player to play music!

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Let’s not forget RAFFI! I loved him when I was little (ok, I still love him and have already played these CDs, singing along to annoy Steve best I could, haha). Here’s a picture with some of our books and music for baby…

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Thanks so much everyone!!!

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