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Baby shower etiquette — avoid these faux pas - Today's Parent


Jul 18, 2016 ... From the guest list to the registry, baby showers can be dicey. ... 3 holiday foods pregnant women should avoid (and 3 foods you can enjoy).

Baby Shower Etiquette (For Moms-to-Be) - Babble


Apparently there is quite the etiquette to throwing baby showers (or any showers) . ... any “mommy friends” yet, so my mom threw mine with some friends' help.

A Quick Etiquette Guide to Baby Celebrations - Parents


Still, they've developed their own traditions and etiquette. ... But, since the true purpose of a baby shower is to help new parents acquire the gear and supplies ...

Baby Shower Tips for Moms-to-Be | Fit Pregnancy and Baby


I had nothing to do with planning my first baby shower. ... to orchestrate my own baby shower—something that would make etiquette experts raise their eyebrows. "A pregnant woman doesn't have the right to plan her own shower," says Diane ...

Baby Shower Etiquette | What to Expect


The point of a baby shower is for your community of pals (or coworkers) to " shower" you with gifts, so etiquette dictates that the parents-to-be can't throw their  ...

Baby Shower Etiquette: Baby Gifts, Shower Games, and More


The most uncomfortable baby shower Tina Haller remembers attending was one hosted by the expectant mother's mom. "It was obvious the mom-to-be didn't ...

Ladylike Laws: The Modern Girl's Guide to Baby Shower Etiquette ...


May 12, 2016 ... That being said, the rules that applied for your mother and grandmother's baby shower aren't the same ones we use for modern parents.

Baby Shower Etiquette: The Dos and Don'ts of Baby Showers


Simple guide to cover baby shower etiquette for invitations, gifts and registry. ... It's still considered proper for the expectant mom to send thank you notes.

Baby Shower Etiquette - Real Simple


As the host of a shower, you face a unique challenge: To make the honoree happy without making yourself crazy.