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11. whisper chain
Have the person sitting next to mom-to-be whisper a bit of baby advice in the ear of the person sitting on the other side of her (not the mom-to-be). Have each person continue to whisper the advice to each other until it gets back around to mom, and have her say the advice she heard outloud. The purpose is that many times people will not hear the phrase correctly or forget before they pass it on, and by the time it gets to mom its completely jumbled up. Longer phrases work better as they are easier to get wrong.

12. Story go round
Have one person begin a story, such as "Once upon a time, a very sweet little baby was born..." and go around the room having guests add a bit to the story. Have someone to write down the story as it is told if you wish to keep it in mom's scrapbook.

13. Guess her girth
One of the most popular baby shower games! Make sure you have plenty of toilet paper on hand for this one. Instruct guests to unroll a length of toilet paper (you can use ribbon or other similar item if you feel uncomfortable using toilet paper) that they believe will fit exactly around the waist of mom-to-be. Be warned though, many people overestimate vastly, so if mom is sensitive about her weight, this might not be the best game to try. Prizes awarded to the person who fits their paper exactly, or the closest to actual size of the mother-to-be.

14. Guess her girth - joke
Lead your guests into believing they are about to play the guess her girth game above. After all guests have pulled off their amount of toilet paper, tell them they instead have to give one bit of advice, or say one nice thing about mom-to-be for each square of paper they are holding.

15. Timer tell
Set a timer to go off every 10 or 15 minutes. When the timer sounds, have the person who is doing some designated action (holding a certain item, talking, standing) give a bit of advice or tell a special memory about the parents-to-be

16. Advice
Fold regular pieces of paper in half, one per guest. Have each guest write one baby question (how do you test to see if formula is too hot? What do you do if baby has a fever? etc) on one side of their paper. After everyone is done writing ONLY their question, have everyone fold the paper so that the question is hidden, and pass them one or two people to the right. Now instruct guests to write an answer to a random baby question without looking inside their paper to see what the actual question was on the outside of the paper. After everyone is done writing, have them open up their papers to reveal the question inside, then read the question AND answer aloud to the room. You'll most likely get some hilarious results.

17. Memory tray game
Set out a tray of around 40 baby items (more or less if desired) in front of your guests for about a minute or two. Take the tray and items away, then have guests try to name (on paper) as many of the items as they can remember. Prize awarded to the person who remembered all, or the most, of the items.

18. Memory mommy game
Have mom-to-be leave the room suddenly, then ask guests a series of questions about her that they must answer on paper. Questions can be things such as 'what color shirt was she wearing?' 'Did she have on jewelry?' "Was her hair up, or down?'. Award a prize to the person who knew the most.

19. Skit/memory game

20. Who knows mommy best
Make sure all of your guests are on equal playing ground before doing this game. Someone who just met mom a few days ago would certainly not have a chance when playing against the mom-to-be's parents.
Come up with 15-20 questions relating to mom-to-be, such as 'what was her favorite childhood movie?' 'how many children does she want?' 'who was her elementary school crush?'. Award a prize to the person with the most correct answers.

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