Friday, February 7, 2014

Win a "Love Me Baby Gift" from BabyShowersByMail.com

Win a "Love Me Baby Gift" from BabyShowersByMail.com


Click here: Grandparents
giveaway ends March 4th

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Top Baby Gifts for 2014

Are you looking for the PERFECT baby shower gift this year?  Well look no more, BabyShowersBymail has the perfect gift that mom and dad won't want to return - DIAPERS!  We have selected our top 5 baby gifts from our site!  We make gift giving easy and fun!

1. 12 Months Diaper and Wipes Delivery - There is just one thing babies need more than TLC and that's diapers. Babies go through dozens of them every day...so just imagine how much parents will appreciate never having to worry about running out to buy them when you give them this baby gift of diapers for a year. No stressful midnight trips to the convenience store or wasting gas and energy hauling bulky cases of diapers and wipes home.

2. 6 Months Diaper Delivery - A six-month supply of diapers is a great way to help out the new family. We send out six cases to be used as mom needs.  And what can a new mom need more than diapers? And nothing is easier than a diaper delivery service that will guarantee she will get the diapers she needs on time and in the sizes needed.  
3. Honey Bunny - Mom will be talking for years to come about the best baby gift she ever got! Diapers, wipes, burt's bee products and a book.
 
4. Enjoy Me Baby Gift - This perfect gift contains both functional and fun items, just choose your diaper and wipes brands. Contains the following:

•Two jumbo size packages of diapers size 1
•One large tub of wipes
•Large bottle of Burt's Bees Bubble Bath
•Large jar of Burt's Bees Multi Purpose Ointment
•A Burt's Bees Shampoo & Body Wash
•A bar of Burt's Bees Buttermilk Soap
•My Life as A Baby - A photo/memory book to record baby's milestones
•A cuddly teddy bear from Gund (Corin Bear)
 
 

5. Yellow Giraffe Diaper Cake - This cake is perfect for new baby. You can give mom a fabulous gift as well as have a gorgeous cake decoration to make your baby shower a real hit



 


Friday, January 10, 2014

Adorable Knit Toys to add onto any baby gift.


Give an adorable knit elephant, duck or lambie toy as a baby gift at your next baby shower! This 100% cotton, 15" knit toy is great for baby to snuggle and it squeaks when baby gives it a squeeze. They are on sale for a short time at BabyShowersByMail.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Happy New Year!


You’re invited to a baby shower!

We want to start the New Year off with a BANG!
We’re launching our new, fresh and easy to use web-site BabyShowersByMail. 
If you’re looking for the PERFECT baby shower gift, a gift for twins or that special baby gift for someone far away, look no more - we have it!

Visit us at BabyShowersByMail or call 866-990-1811

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Preparing for Labor is Easier Than Most Women Think

For any expecting mother, the thought of labor and delivery is daunting, albeit natural and exciting. Planning for the unknown during labor and delivery is often the best way to avoid any excessive stress. Still, there are a few things mom-to-be can do in preparation for the big day that will help add some certainty into the unknown of the day and possibly help relieve some anxiety. 

Register for Classes

Besides any research done on your own or advice from other mothers, registering for one or more childbirth classes is a great place to start when you're trying to gain more information about what to expect in the delivery room. A childbirth class at your hospital will be helpful in teaching you about standard procedures in the delivery room, allow you a tour of the facility and answer any other medical questions you may have. There are also many classes available for expectant mothers who would like more of a natural birth; yoga and meditation classes specifically intended for pregnant women are where you should look for natural guidance.

Pack your Bag

A hospital bag is something you should pack well in advance; in fact, packing at 37 weeks is not a bad idea considering that is the official date a baby is considered to be ‘full term.’ While the vast majority of women do not go into labor anywhere near 37 weeks, it’s possible that your baby could be born anytime between 37 and 42 weeks. Therefore it’s a good idea to have an overnight bag packed and in the car, ready to go when at a moment’s notice.

Recognize the Signs of Labor

While not all women show signs of impending labor until their contractions start, it is never a bad idea to familiarize yourself with the signs, just in case. Back labor, back aches, the urge to clean everything in sight and a feeling of being able to breathe again when your baby drops lower into your abdomen are all signs of labor. In addition, flu symptoms are also common signs that labor will start within 24 hours.

Delivery Day

When the big day has finally arrived, remember all that you have learn thus far and go into the delivery room calm and confident. The transition into motherhood is not an easy one, but one that ends in the best prize, your beautiful newborn.
 

"This article was written by Katie Moore. Katie is an active writer within the blogging community who discusses maternity, motherhood, prenatal health, childbirth and other topics within this niche.  If you have any questions or would like to connect with Katie please contact by visiting her blog, Moore From Katie or her twitter @moorekm26."

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Baby sign language

Baby sign language is more than just a trend—it can offer a variety of benefits to parents and babies alike. Try teaching your child a few basic signs to improve communication.

Learning the Signs

Every child is different, but most babies can begin learning sign language at about 7 to 8 months old. Teaching your baby to sign requires patience, repetition and plenty of praise. Start with basic signs, and make the process as fun as possible by incorporating sign language into favorite activities, such as singing or dancing.  This is important so the child learns the meaning and how to produce the spoken word, as well as the sign.

Top Six Signs to Teach Your Baby

Since repetition is key, begin with simple signs that can be used in everyday situations. Start with these basic words:

  • Eat. Touch the tip of your thumb to your fingers on the same hand and tap your hand on your mouth.
  • More. Form both hands into O shapes and bring them together and separate them repeatedly.
  • All done. Put both hands up in front of you with palms facing out. Repeatedly rotate your palms inward, then outward.
  • Diaper. Place your hands at waist level and tap your index and middle finger to your thumbs on each hand as if you are playing castanets.
  • Hot. Form your hand into a claw shape over your mouth. Move the hand away from your mouth, rotating it so the sign ends with your palm facing outward.
  • Thank you. Flatten your hand and touch your fingertips to your chin. Bring your fingers forward as if you are blowing a kiss.

These are just a few useful signs to teach your child. As your baby masters them, continue expanding his or her vocabulary with new signs.
Reviewed by Michelle Wagner-Escobar, M.A., C.C.C.-A., audiologist, Ear, Nose and Throat Center, Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent