Post # 1
I have a baby shower to attend to this weekend and its for a client’s (I am a CNA) sister. I am not close to her by anymeans just occasionally see her but I have grown close to her sister and mom as I have worked for them every weekday for the last 9 months. They are having a raffle and you get put in to the drawing if you bring diapers so I am going to bring a pack of smaller diapers. Then I was planning on maybe ethier a pack of receiving blankets or burp clothes (which ever babies r us has thats on their registry), pack of socks, and a cute outfit or set of onsies. Is this enough for someone that im not close to at all?
Burp Clothes: http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18099556&cp=&parentPage=search’ defer=’defer
Blankets: http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=4356155&prodFindSrc=search&cp=’ defer=’defer
Socks: http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=52144876&cp=&parentPage=search’ defer=’defer
I will have to look for cute outfit or set of onsies when I am there but these links give you an idea.
Post # 2
The diapers and one other gift are sufficient.
Post # 3
I agree. No need to break the bank! A pack of diapers and a cute outfit is great
Post # 4
yep, sounds fine. have fun!
Post # 5
Thanks for the reply. I guess I just think they will expect a nice gift from me because I gave the mom and sister birthday gifts and the sister a christmas gift and they were all 30 dollar gifts. I just didn’t want them to think I was being cheap when it came to the new baby.
Post # 6
That is definitely more than sufficient. I wouldn’t worry about it. 🙂
Post # 7
That is a perfectly great gift.
Post # 8
Thank you! I will I have helped them with decorations and stuff while at work. I am pumped for the shower.. plus I love anything baby related!! lol
Thank y’all 🙂
Post # 9
Enough? I would say yes, in fact I would consider it generous. But I considered all gifts generous.:)
Post # 10
I agree with lareolin:
that is a generous gift 🙂