Baby Shower for Second Baby

Written by Randy Wilson

Having a shower for second baby used to be considered greedy and unacceptable. But now it is not only acceptable, but it is actually necessary for some families to have a baby shower for second baby. Though mom-to-be may already have a lot ofrepparttar major items from her first baby. Crib, stroller, high chair - she will need many other items.

Moms-to-be always need things like diapers and wipes, undershirts, bath accessories, and feeding supplies. Second baby showers could actually be a “sprinkle” shower. A "sprinkle" shower is where guests buy onlyrepparttar 149134 necessities rather than having a full-blown shower.

You could also consider finding out from mom-to-be what she wished she had but didn’t getrepparttar 149135 first time around. Then add those items torepparttar 149136 suggested gifts. It could also be a “Bear Necessities” theme decorated with all sorts of bears forrepparttar 149137 shower for second baby.

You could have baby showers for second baby for a caboose baby, or a baby born much later than other babies. Might be very similar to a first time baby shower. Most likely, if there are many years between babies, these parents no longer have any baby items and will be in need of all types of gifts forrepparttar 149138 second baby showers.

For moms-to-be who already have enough forrepparttar 149139 baby, you might consider having a “mom” baby shower where everyone brings a baby shower gift for mom-to-be instead of forrepparttar 149140 baby. These can be items with which she can pamper herself, or items that she may need while she is in labor.

Sometimesrepparttar 149141 mom-to-be doesn’t need anything forrepparttar 149142 baby or for herself, but she wants to have a get together with friends. For this type of party, you may want to ask guests to bring unwrapped baby gifts. You can all wrap these gifts atrepparttar 149143 party, label them, and then donate them to a charity in mom-to-be’s (or baby’s) name.

How My Four Your Old Son Reacted To The Death Of His Great Nanny "Biscuits".

Written by Stephen Hill

My nan was called Margaret and lived untilrepparttar age of eighty eight. Unfortunately she died in hospital and this article describes how my son reacted torepparttar 149098 news of her death. His reaction basically put a smile back onto my face again.

I loved my nan to bits and I would always try to visit her at least once a week. Her house was around ten miles away from ours and we would all look forward to seeing her. I have son aged four, a stepdaughter aged eleven and a fiancee (I won't tell you her age, as she might hit me!)

My nan lived on her own in quite a nice flat and I am sure she appreciated us visiting her. She always gaverepparttar 149099 kids biscuits to eat, and they eventually re-named her "nanny biscuits".

She would always speak her mind and would say things to me like: "Your looking a bit fat!" or "Are you married yet?"

I did not see this as a negative thing, I used to think it was funny.

Atrepparttar 149100 age of eighty eight, she was admitted to hospital and died a few weeks later, after collapsing inrepparttar 149101 middle of night.

I was informed via a phone call and inrepparttar 149102 morning I brokerepparttar 149103 news of her death torepparttar 149104 rest ofrepparttar 149105 family.

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