New Best Baby Shower Games

October 13th, 2009

Best Baby Shower Games

75 Fabulous Baby Shower Games –
Guests LOVE Them and You Can Download and Print Them in as Little as 5 Minutes

You’ve got a baby shower coming up. There’s a pressing question on your mind - “What games will you choose?”

You want baby shower games that will

  • keep the guests happy
  • involve everyone
  • not take hours to create
  • not cost a bundle

Let’s face it. You’re busy with kids, work, or school – and now you have a baby shower to host. You have too many things to plan and not enough time to get it all done.

Best Baby Shower Games is your answer. I have had the luxury of hosting 3 baby showers, which in turn would have been difficult I had not found Best Baby Shower Games.  After performing a simple download I had everything I needed to host an entertaining Baby Shower. You can get more details about Best Baby Shower Games from their website or read our Best Baby Shower Games Review.

BOB Strollers–I AM MOM

October 16th, 2008

I don’t how many of our readers are from the sunny Northwest (insert sarcastic emoticon here), but if you are, you’ve probably seen these three-wheeled sporty strollers being pushed by parents decked out in some serious outdoor gear. They’re super popular and I see folks running with their babies in them all throughout my neighborhood. Now, I don’t have a BOB, so I’m not sure if I would recommend the extreme off-road stunts this mom pulls with your baby (or groceries), but they seem pretty burly and they look cool. –Brandon N.

Big Babies

October 16th, 2008
Okay, so there’s no real way to explain — you either love it or you don’t.  The basic idea is that people take photos of dads and babies (vacation photos, family portraits, etc.) and, using Photoshop, switch the heads of the babies and the dads.  Ridiculous?  Yes.  Funny?  Absolutely. — ECM (Special Thanks to Craig Downing.)

Drop the Baby…

October 16th, 2008
Some of you may have seen the report on parents in India who allow their infants to be dropped from a tower to improve their health.  Many people are complaining that the ritual is outdated and dangerous, while others posit that, after 500 years and no accidents, it’s a tradition which Western cultures just don’t understand.  What’s your opinion?  Do we have rituals in the West that other cultures might find just as strange?  Let us know what you think. — ABS

Networking Mommies

October 16th, 2008

Stay-at-home moms will (usually very readily) tell you that they have full-time jobs, but many miss the camaraderie of the workplace environment.  One way to make sure you stay in touch with the outside world is through social networking… specifically for moms.  Most people know about Facebook,  LinkedIn and MySpace, but there are several sites that are more parent-focused and information-driven.  One of the largest and well-known is, but you can also try, or even  They’re great ways to chat with other parents and help you feel (and stay) connected. — ECM

Kids + Design =

October 16th, 2008

I love the tag line for "This is a site for people who care about good design, but happen to have children."  You can find all sorts of articles from "Best Toys for Young Builders" to interesting ideas for a nursery.  It’s a fun way to get some great ideas your kids will love – but from a grown up & artistic perspective.  Check it out here. — E. Christian Moore

Teleporting Baby

October 16th, 2008
Okay, so this may not be as viral as the pickle-eating baby, but it definitely took way more skill to pull it off. Watch this epic battle (fom between a baby and a… Pomeranian. (Who are the parents that had time to make this?) Enjoy. — ECM

Pets and Babies

October 16th, 2008

I’ve been hearing a lot lately about people with newborns and pets.  There are some important do’s and don’ts that expecting parents should know when introducing a new baby to your furry friends.  The Humane Society website has very helpful (and detailed) information to help make the transition a smooth and happy one.  How did it go for Fido and your little one?  Let us know what worked (and didn’t work) for you. — E. Christian Moore

Bedtime Stories Go Digital

October 16th, 2008
Tired of reading Goodnight Moon to your child for the billionth time?  You can breathe a sigh of relief now that has launched Audible Kids.  You can search audiobooks by age range (including 0-4 years) or genre and they even have foreign language downloads. There are also a few free downloads and some featured specials for under a buck.   It’s a great way to help keep kids quiet (and even learning) during long road trips this summer. Check it out here.  — E. Christian Moore

Making a "Manly" Diaper Bag

October 16th, 2008

While at Toy Fair, I met a guy named Andrew Jones, Editor of  a website for dads called  The site features "gadgets, toys and advice for dads" and has interesting video blogs as well.  Today, I thought I’d share his video blog on how to make a low-cost, "manly" diaper bag.  (Bonus points to those who can identify the manly song playing throughout.) Enjoy. – E. Christian Moore