My mother made these suckers with candy melt and molds. She's been making candy suckers off and on for years. Helping my mother make suckers is one of my fondest memories I have of my childhood with her.
Approximately ten baby shower games were played. Justin, the father of the baby, actually got the most mini safety pins separated from the rice but people kept throwing them back in so he couldn't be declared winner.
I'm usually a pro with the paper games at baby showers so my sister didn't have very many. Ha, I still won three and none of them were paper games. Gift baskets with different themes were the prizes.
This is Yolanda, the mother-to-be. She was showing her football team pride.
The baby shower cake
I didn't want Justin to feel left out of the festivities, so I presented him with a Daddy Diaper Changing Toolbox. I won it from another blog months ago. Inside the toolbox were all the necessities needed to successfully change a diaper.
Not one to pass up opportunity, Justin got in gear and practiced. Some of the items included were a poncho, turky baster, diaper, pacifier, ear and nose plugs, goggles, photo frame, and biohazard bag.
Yolanda received lots of nice items. I always love seeing all the itsy bitsy stuff for babies. It's always so darn cute.
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