How to Have the Perfect Baby Boy InvitationsWritten by Randy Wilson
Baby boy invitations are first thing youíll need to share good news of new arrival with all your friends. Itís time to celebrate and baby showers are perfect way to express love and thoughtfulness to mother and baby to be.
Perfect baby boy shower invites are essential to planning successful baby showers for a boy. Consider ordering baby shower invitations online for timesaving convenience. You can find a cute, funny, or sentimental baby boy shower invitation easily.
There are many things to consider when designing baby shower invitations for a boy: style, theme, and important baby shower information. Youíll want to include details about motherís preferences, such as nursery colors and decor, and if mother has any specific needs. For instance, maybe sheís inherited a crib from her family, but really needs a stroller.
Also, be sure to list where mother is registered for baby shower gifts, and if she doesn't have a baby registry, encourage her to do so.
Baby shower invitations for boys can come in all sorts of styles, ranging from playful to traditional. For a real keepsake, opt for baby shower boy invitations with a photo. Some excellent choices are a picture of expectant mother, or perhaps expectant mother and father, a picture of newborn if baby shower is planned after birth, or newborn and mother. Choose one that works best for you. Scrapbookking is a popular hobby today, and your baby boy shower invitations will likely be a treasured memory for family for years to come.
Now, what information should you include on baby boy shower invites? After you have chosen style for invitations, you need to add important details of where and when. Be sure to pick a time and place that is best for mother.
The Best Travel GamesWritten by Steve Gillman
Car travel games are a tradition wherever families take vacations or long trips by automobile. Long drives are always more tolerable with some diversion or entertainment, and reading might not be best choice, at least for driver. Why not try some games that everyone in car can play?
"Blue Car" Travel Games
These are travel classics. Each person guesses how many blue cars will pass in next ten miles or ten minutes. Of course it can be red cars, or trucks, or whatever everyone agrees to. By way, it's considered bad form for driver to slow down, letting more cars pass, so his guess will be closest.
Another classic travel game involves alphabet. Everyone tries to spot something starting with an "a", and be first to call it out ("apple tree!"). Since Qs and Xes are difficult, they can be skipped. The person with most "firsts," is winner.
Educational Travel Games
These are car games that get you thinking, learning something, or at least showing off what you know. In one game, driver, or another designated host, asks questions like "At what temperature does water boil?" or "What is Capital of Columbia?" or "If sales tax is 7.6%, what's total cost of a sweater priced at $22?" If you want kids to love this one, pay twenty-five cents for each right answer.