BABY SHOWER GAMES PAGE 3
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BUILD BABY’S LIBRARY
Ask everyone to bring their favorite children’s book. During the shower announce that it is time to build the baby’s first library. Going around the room and have each guest give their book and share the reason why it is their favorite.
Blindfold guests and see who can put a diaper on a baby in the shortest amount of time. Better use a doll for this one!
DIAPER THE BABY
Guests are paired together to diaper a baby doll. The trick is that the couple can only use one hand each. The other hand is not allowed to touch the diaper. The team who diapers the doll the fastest wins the prize. A stop watch or digital kitchen timer works well to time this game.
DON’T CROSS YOUR LEGS They say body language is everything, well in this game crossing your legs is the wrong thing to do! Start with a clothes pin or necklace and if you cross your legs you lose it. Most pins at the end of the shower wins.
DON’T DROP THE BABY
Take the party outdoors by playing. Start by filling up water balloons and have each guest pick a partner. Give each couple three water balloons have them take turns tossing the balloons back and forth without dropping them. The prize goes to the couple who goes the longest without dropping all their babies. Another game while we’re still playing with water is called “My Water Broke”. This is playing by having guests transfer a water balloon to another guest without using their hands. This can get very creative! You can also play “Pass the Bottle” using the same motif.
DON’T SAY BABY
Each guest is given a clothespin to attach to her clothing. The clothespins are part of a baby shower game where everyone is to avoid saying the word baby. Should one person catch another saying the word 'baby', they can take a clothespin from that guest. The person at the end of the party with the most clothespins wins.
M&M's BABY BOTTLE GUESS
First empty bag of M&Ms and count them, then record the number of M&Ms and place them in a baby bottle. Have everyone write down their guess of how many M&M's are in the bottle. The closest one to the actual number wins a prize.
NAME THAT BABY FOOD
Set out a paper plate for each guest. Using five or six different flavors of baby food, place one spoonful of each flavor on the plate. Hand one plate, a plastic spoon, a piece of paper, and a pen to each guest. Have them sample each flavor and write down a guess for each. Guests win a prize when they get the correct answers.