Baby Clothes for Your Baby Shower Gift

Written by Randy Wilson

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If you are unable to attend a baby shower that you have been invited to you can always purchase something onrepparttar Internet. Then have it sent directly torepparttar 144777 new parentís door. This is especially convenient if you live out of town. Department stores also have great baby clothes sections. They offer a wide variety of styles, sizes, and brand names.

The most popular type of infant clothing to give at a baby shower seems to be sleepers and pajamas. Why not get something a little different. You can find some adorable dresses, skirts, pants, and shirts forrepparttar 144778 little one.

Baby slippers for little feet are also very popular. And why not add a tiny little hat torepparttar 144779 whole ensemble. Baby clothes are one type of gift that you can pretty much guaranteerepparttar 144780 parents will get much use out of.

Baby clothes can be fancy and expensive, or simple and frugal. New parents will always appreciate getting gifts for their little one that they can use. Keep in mind whatrepparttar 144781 parents tastes are, because normally they often they dress their baby in a similar fashion.

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Randy is owner of How to Plan a Baby Shower. Randy owned and operated a very successful storefront/mailorder business from 1988 to 2003. Currently full time owner/operator of several online businesses.

Cooking with Kids--Safely!

Written by Cyndi Roberts

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Now for some fun recipes!

Bananas on a Stick

Crush a few graham crackers into crumbs. Peel a banana and cut in half crosswise. Insert a popsicle in flat end. Spread with peanut butter and roll in graham cracker crumbs. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Bunny Salad

For each child, place a crisp lettuce leaf on a plate. Place a canned pear half upside down onrepparttar lettuce. Make a bunny face using 2 raisins for eyes, a red cinnamon candy for a nose, and 2 blanched almonds for ears. (You could also use small carrot sticks.) Add a dip of cottage cheese for a fluffy tail. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

A cool drink for summer!

Fruit Smoothie

1 banana 1/2 cup strawberries, halved 1/2 cup pineapple chunks 3/4 cup orange juice 1 cup ice cubes

Put all ingredients into blender. Puree until thick and smooth.

Each day of our lives we make deposits inrepparttar 144729 memory banks of our children. ~Charles R. Swindoll

Cyndi Roberts is the editor of the bi-weekly newsletter "1 Frugal Friend 2 Another", bringing you practical, money-saving tips, recipes and ideas. Visit her online at to subscribe and receive the Free e-course, "Taming the Monster Grocery Bill".

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