Top Diapers for Baby – The Best Diapers Broken Down by Size, Stages, and Phases of Baby (2013)

Looking for the best diaper for your baby?  So was I.  It turns out that the “best” diaper changes by the stages/phases that your baby goes through.  I made this list of my favorite diapers, broken out by my baby’s stage.  It would have really helped me when I needed to know the best diaper for my baby based off of her specific needs at the time.  I tried almost every single type and brand of diaper out there (and ultimately wasted a lot of money on bad diapers).  What I found was that my preferences in diapers changed as my child grew and developed different characteristics and needs.  Not all babies are the same; however, it sure doesn’t hurt to have a “starting point” as far as a list of great diapers goes.  The diaper aisle was overwhelming for me when I was a first-time mom and pregnant.  Here is a timeline, and list, of the best diapers (in my opinion), broken down by the stage that baby was in:

Top Baby Diapers 
by Milestones and Phases

Best Diaper By Baby Type:

1.  The Newborn With an Umbilical Stump:

Huggies Little Snugglers Diapers for Newborn

You can’t beat an umbilical stump cut-out for newborns.  The only brand that I have found with this feature is the Huggies Little Snugglers Diapers for Newborn.  These diapers have a cut-out so that your baby’s umbilical stump (aka. the belly button area) doesn’t  get moist from baby’s wet diaper. It takes longer for a moist umbilical stump to fall off than a dry one.  This also mitigates the risk of infection to the umbilical stump area.  

2.  The Newborn Without an Umbilical Stump:

Pampers Swaddlers

After the umbilical stump falls off, me personal favorite diaper is the Pampers Swaddlers Diapers.  They have a “wetness indicator” to let you know when, and if, your baby has a wet diaper.  This feature is a luxury (not necessary) but it’s sure nice to have.  They are also very flexible diapers and easy for the “user” (aka, you) to attach to baby.

3.  The Baby Who Sleeps Longer than 6-Hours:

Huggies Snug N Dry

Huggies Snug and Dry Diapers   are great for that transition between your baby sitting there and being a blob and your baby being able to wiggle and move.  They keep your baby dry – for very longer periods of time than the diapers designed for a “newborn.”  They absorb a ton of liquid, so your baby can nap or sleep longer without getting a nasty diaper rash.

4.  The Baby Who Sleeps Longer than 9-hours:

Pampers Overnight Extra Protection

It was a true toss-up for me between the Pampers Extra Protection Nighttime Diapers and the Huggies Snug and Dry Diapers.  Both diapers provide excellent overnight protection; however, the Pampers Extra Protection Nighttime Diapers are very versatile diapers in that they are flexible enough for baby (and young toddler) to move around free (from crawling to walking to running) around the house.  

5.  The Baby Who Wiggles and Crawls:

Pampers Cruisers

I keep Pampers Cruisers Ultra Diapers on-hand for my very active child, and I personally have found them to be more “user-friendly” (aka “Mommy Friendly”) than the Huggies Little Movers.  

However, it is important to note that Huggies Little Movers come out with adorable theme, such as the “jeans diaper” (see Jean-Style Huggies Little Movers Diapers), and the “Santa diaper” (see Huggies Santa Diaper) periodically, and these adorable diapers are pretty hard to argue with. 

Santa Diapers
Jean Diapers

What are your favorite diapers for 
each stage/size/phase of baby?

Top 35 Life Lessons – From Mother to Daughter

35 Life Lessons, Wisdom and Advice for my Child

Below is a list of 35 of my favorite life lessons, and pieces of wisdom, that I’ve heard (and not always listened to but usually wish that I had) throughout my life.   This list of advice comes from a wide variety of sources: from my grandparents…to Oprah…to complete strangers who have an unusually great perspective on life.  I’m always thankful to find this advice handy in my memory, and I’d like it to be prevalent in my life.  Most of all, I want this advice to be accessible to my daughter as she gets old – and that is the reason that I created this post.

35 Lessons to Pass On 
To Your Daughter

1.  Don’t give someone a “hammer” to hit you over the head with.  

This is a figure of speech.  My grandfather told this to my mom while she was growing up – what it means is to be careful with what you do, say and share with people.  You don’t want something that you have done, or said, to one day come back and bite you (or, rather, to come back as the “hammer” (so to speak) that hits you over the head later on down the road).  

2.  Before you speak, picture whatever it is that you are about to say on the chalkboard in front of your classroom with your name underneath it, or on Facebook.  

Do you still want to say it?

3.  Beware of the unintended consequences of gossiping.  

Before you indulge in gossiping about other people behind their back(s), beware of the impression that you may be giving off to the people who are listening to you.  Keep in mind that the person(s) that you are talking to may then start wondering what you say behind her own back and they may re-consider your potential loyalty as a friend.

4.  “You wouldn’t care so much about what other people thought of you if you knew how little that they really did.” 

Yes. Ok, fine! This piece of advice is quoted from Dr. Phil; and yes, I admit it – I used to enjoy watching “Dr. Phil”.  Remember to tell yourself that you would not care what other people thought about you if you truly knew how little that they actually do think about you.  When you’re worried about what other people think of you, tell yourself this:  “Other people aren’t paying as much attention to me as I am, so I shouldn’t worry about every little thing I do.”  Most of the time, people are thinking about themselves – not you.

5. Let go of what you can’t change, and don’t worry about things that you have no control over.

More importantly, learn how to identify what these things look like in your life (e.g., the weather, your test results, etc.), because putting your energy into something that you can’t change or control is a waste of time, energy, and sleep; and it will drain you.

6.  You can never be happy with someone else until you are happy with yourself.  

7.  Remember that not everyone is going to like you, and that some people are just mean for no apparent reason.  

Some people get their “psychological jollies” out of making you feel sad and down because then it makes them feel better about themselves. Don’t lose sleep over getting “in” with the “cool” crowd.  Exude confidence (not arrogance); remember that you teach people how to treat you; and then, friends will follow from there.

8.  Be kind to other people.

You have no idea what those next to you may be going through in their own lives.  “Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked two moons in his shoes” (this is a quote from a book that I read in 4th grade called “Walk Two Moons”); this means that you cannot judge a man until you’ve ‘walked’ at least 2-days (or, rather, “2-moons”) in ‘his shoes.’  (Walk Two Moons is a great book to read with your child to encourage empathy).

9.  Do not cry at work.  

Crying is perfectly fine, but try not to cry at work (easier said, than done).  If you do cry, DO NOT make a scene.

10.  Remember that there’s always someone out there who has it worse than you do.

Any time there is a situation where you don’t get your way, remember that there are people in this world that never even had the opportunity.

11.  When you’re wrong, apologize.  

Apologizing does not always mean that you were wrong and the other person was right. Sometimes it just means that you value the relationship more than your ego. 

12.  Here are the steps to a real apology:

  • Fully acknowledge the offense – acknowledge what you are sorry about.
  • Offer a truthful explanation as to why your behavior occurred   Do not offer an excuse – excuses merely deflect blame.
  • Offer a genuine expression of remorse. Do NOT say, “I’m sorry that you feel that way….” – that is a bogus apology that should be saved only for people who deserve it.
  • Ask what you can do to make things better, and then listen to what they say, and make sure that they know that you are listening.

(These steps were inspired by Oprah’s article on The Right Way to Apologize).

13.  To be ‘wise’ means that you are able to admit when you don’t know the answer.  

My dad taught me this:  don’t pretend to know the answer to something if you don’t.  Saying, “I don’t know,” is far better than pretending and potentially having people notice that you are – trust me, this will make you look like a much bigger idiot than simply not knowing the answer.  If you don’t know the answer, but still want to contribute to the conversation, then you can say, “Well, if I had to make an educated guess, it would be….”.

14.  If you need help, then you need to ask for it.  

I learned this lesson the hard way at my first job out of college.  

15.  Never date a man who is rude to waiters, or mean to animals.

16.  Learn how to laugh at yourself.  

You’re going to look like an ass at some (actually, many) point(s) in your life.  You will look like less of an ass if you’re able to laugh at yourself about whatever it is that you did.

17.  Remember that there is always something to be thankful for.

18.  Never try to solve problems at night.  

All problems seem worse at night, and everything seems like a bigger deal when you are tired.  Go to sleep.  The problem will probably not be as big of a deal in the morning.   (If you’re tired and you’ve been drinking, you’re probably wrong anyway about whatever it is that you’re saying/arguing about – so again, just go to sleep, and deal with it in the morning!).  

19.  When you have a crisis and feel like your life is over, remember this advice that my grandfather used to say to my mom:  

  • 1 month from now, you won’t be hurting as badly.  
  • 6-months from now, you probably won’t even be thinking about it.  
  • 5-years from now, you might not even remember it.

20. What we see depends mainly on what we look for. So focus on where you want to be – not on where you don’t want to go.

My first time snowboarding was a nightmare – I skipped the “Bunny Hill” and arrogantly decided to start my first snow-boarding experience at the top of Vail mountain (a terrible idea for a first-time snow-boarder), and despite my extreme fear of running into a tree as I went down the Blue Diamond ski slope, I still found myself, time and time again, tangled up in the trees on the side of the mountain, struggling to get out of the white powder and back on the smoother snow trail.   Then, a wise man in a blue snow-suit gave me wonderful words of advice, “Keep your eyes focused on where you want to go (which was the chair lift) – and not on where you don’t want to go (which was the trees at the side of the mountain).”  Before he pointed this out to me, I had been so focused on not running into the trees on the side of the mountain that my eyes were literally focused on that stupid forest.  So then, I took his advice, and I changed my focus and kept my eyes on the chair-lift at the bottom of the mountain.  And guess what?   It worked.  This new mentality magically re-programmed my body and brought me to the chairlift (with no stops at the stupid trees).  Don’t get me wrong: I still fell on my butt a lot on my way to the chairlift, but that was way better than ending up wrapped around the trunk of a pine tree under a pile of snow!  I think this advice is a great analogy that can cross-over to our real, everyday life.  Keep your focus on where you want to be – not your fears.

21.  Never try to figure to out how you should solve a problem; focus on what you want the end result to be and then make decisions that you will help you get there.  (Thank you, Dad.)

22.  If you can’t sleep, fake it.  

This advice was given to me by my daughter’s pediatrician (a woman that I never thought I would be quoting) the day that my daughter was born.  Her pediatrician was emphasizing to me the importance of sleep for moms with a newborn.   The reason she said this is because I had just expressed to her that I didn’t know if I could follow the advice that I had been given to “sleep when the baby sleeps” (which is, by the way, the most annoying advice EVER because 100+ people told me this after my baby was born).  I didn’t understand how I would ever be able to change my sleep schedule, let alone be able to sleep sporadically throughout the middle of the day (as newborns nap every 2 hours).  But guess what? This advice is great (at least for me).  Even if you can’t fall asleep, “faking it” is the next best thing because resting has adds a considerable amount of value to the recharging of your mind and body too.  The dishes can wait.

23.  If you’re having trouble solving a problem after repeated attempts, then try a different approach.  

According to some references, the definition of “insanity” is “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”  Try going about it in a different way.

24.  If you don’t have time to do it right the first time, then when are you going to have time to do it over?  

Don’t rush through an important task.  Don’t “half-ass” it.   If it’s difficult to do now, then it’s going to be even more annoying to go back and fix later.

25.  Surround yourself with people who build you up.  

Surround yourself with people who see greatness within you, even when you don’t see it yourself.

26.  If you’re ever having trouble making conversation with other people, ask them about themselves.  

People like talking about themselves (and/or their kids).

27.  Only eat french fries that are hot and crispy and fresh.  

My dad (who is kind of a health nut) instilled this idea in me growing up; I’m not a health nut, but I appreciate the logic behind this – if you’re going to eat something that’s bad for you, then do it right and make sure it tastes good!  When you place your order, give the server a big smile and ask if you can wait for a fresh batch of french fries.  If I’m going to get fatter from something – it better taste good.

28.  The best time to relax is when you don’t have time for it.

29.  Always bring chap-stick and a bottle of water to a job interview.  

Nothing is worse than a dry mouth and/or chapped lips when you’re trying to talk someone into hiring you.

30.  The Middle School (aka, Junior High) and High School phases suck for most girls.  Remember that Middle School and High School are just short phases of your life.

The Middle School and High School crowd can be just plain mean.  The social torture that many of us experience during our awkward Middle School and High School phases seems like a very cruel “right of passage” before we enter the best part of the rest of our lives – young adulthood.   The “college phase” is so much better – if not the best.

31.  Writing down your worries on paper before a big exam or a big presentation at work can help you relieve anxiety and help you perform better.

32.  Never reply when you are angry.  Never make a promise when you are happy.  Never make a decision when you are sad.

33.  If you don’t want anyone to find out, don’t do it.

34.  Happiness is a choice a choice to live your life with a certain state of mind.  

Happiness usually doesn’t just come to you – at least not after childhood ends.  You often have to fight for happiness.  Remember that you are in charge of how you feel.  Think happy.  Be happy. 

  • “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” Mahatma Gandhi
  • “It is only possible to live happily ever after on a daily basis.” Margaret Bonanno
  • “Mistakes will be made. Failure will occur. You pick yourself up and carry on.”  – Elizabeth Gilbert.

35.  Follow your passion for your career.  

To my daughter: My wish for you is that you follow what you are passionate about, because that is what you will be good at.


Happy Mother’s Day – Enjoy the Funny – Daily Mom Humor

Happy Mother’s Day to all you mama’s out there!  

The goal of this post is to provide you with miscellaneous entertainment as you (hopefully) sit in bed and do nothing on this fine Mother’s Day weekend.  Don’t feel bad if you do not have plans that involve you being able to relax today.  My plans for Mother’s Day:  having brunch with my family at a local restaurant buffet (and with a Toddler that despises sitting still…wish me luck), and then my plans later in the day consist of folding and putting away an insane amount of laundry that has built up in our spare bedroom, and then cleaning our house.  How is this made possible?  My sister and my mom will be supervising my toddler (a wonderful change to my Sunday schedule) – this is part of my Mother’s Day present from them.  I’m so excited!  

In the meantime, for your enjoyment, I’ve collected a few funny video clips and funny photos for your enjoyment.  These videos may appear to be random, but they are a collection of the web videos that I would feel like watching on a Mother’s Day.

Random Videos (and pictures) 
For You to Enjoy This Mother’s Day:

Just Like Me

This is just cute – a great Momma’s Day video that will bring you the warm and fuzzies.   

The Parent Rap

I’ve posted this video (“The Parent Rap’) before, and feel that it is worthy to be posted for a second time.  Happy Mother’s Day!

My Mother’s Day Flower Bouquet – From My 18-Month-Old

Ok – the real story is that I made the bouquet for myself.  We brought my 18-month-old daughter to the park, and her new goal in life became to pop off every single dandelion head in sight, and then give them to me! (Warm and fuzzies). I had to make the bouquet  but she picked the flowers!

Family Guy – Stewie – Mom, Mum Mommy! WHAT?!

Why does this make me happy every single time that I watch it?  My theory:  I think I used to do this to my mom all the time.

Funny eCard – “I Plan to give you love, nurturing, and just enough dysfunction to make you funny.” - I plan to give you love, nurturing, and just enough dysfunction to make you funny.

Jimmy Kimmel Tricks People Into Thinking that President Obama Appointed Judge Judy to the Supreme Court

This is random, but it made me laugh.  These people are being interviewed by the Jimmy Kimmel show, and the Jimmy Kimmel staff lie to them and tell them that President Obama appointed Judge Judy (the day-time judge from the “Judge Judy” television show) and the people being interviewed are all pretending to have heard about this event (again, this did NOT happen). It’s just funny to see people BS their way through a question.  I know I’ve done this at least a million times in my life…I don’t even want to know if a prank was ever being played on me.

Adorable Four-Year-Old Sings “When I Was Your Man,” on the Ellen Show

This kid is stinkin’ cute.

New Book That I Want to Read

I’m intrigued by this title.  I feel that I may owe my mother this apology; and likewise, I hope to receive this apology from my offspring as well.  I’d also like to receive an apology in regards to pooping in the bathtub during my child’s first years – I’d take getting peed on over this any day.

Sorry I Peed on You: (and Other Heartwarming Letters to Mommy) Sorry I Peed on You: (and Other Heartwarming Letters to Mommy)

Funny eCard – “You know you’re a mom when you’ve been washing the same load of laundry for 3 days because you forget to dry it.”

Mr. Mia wants to rip his hair out when I do this (but his hair is so short and cute that he could never).  I have absolutely HORRID laundry habits (see my post These Are My Pack N Play Confessions for more on what I mean by this).  I hate laundry for very many reasons (stay tuned for a post where I will explain why).  I’d rather pick up dog poop from my back yard than fold and put-away laundry.  I’m weird, and I don’t know why. - You know you're a mom when you've been washing the same load of laundry for 3 days because you keep forgetting to put it in the dryer.

Kevin the Cashier at Toys R US – The Ellen Show

Ellen DeGeneres is in my Top 10 Favorite People of All time (this list does not include my immediate family members).  

Funny eCard – “Patience – What parents have when there are witnesses present.”

I feel like I’m actually very patient with my daughter at all times (she’s also very patient with me); however, God has given me a very easy child up (at least up to this point), and I fear on a daily basis the amount of work, and patience that a second child will require.  For this reason, I have calendar alerts on my iPhone for my birth control. - Patience... What parents have when there are witnesses present.

Any Mother’s Day funnies that you would like to share?  
Comment on this post!

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Funny Books that Will Make (Almost) Any Pregnant Woman Laugh

I felt like a dinosaur during my third trimester (a dinosaur with a lot of gas…see more about how I felt like a dinosaur during pregnancy at My 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy – Thunk! Thunk! Here I Come!), and I just wanted someone who could empathize with me about how fat my feet were and how much they hurt. Two books that kept my sense of humor [somewhat] alive at the end of my pregnancy were written by two different woman, Jenny McCarthy and Vicki Iovine, who offer two refreshing perspectives on the realities of pregnancy, and they are not “too polite to complain or too embarrassed to talk about the discomforts and humiliations of pregnancy.”

2 Funny Books That Will Make 
(Almost) Any Pregnant Woman Laugh

Belly Laughs, by Jenny McCarthy

Link:  Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth about Pregnancy and Childbirth

Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth about Pregnancy and Childbirth reveals all the joys and sweet discoveries of being pregnant, from puking bouts and hormonal rage to hemorrhoids, pregnant sex, and big ol’ granny underpants. McCarthy draws from her own difficult pregnancy to discuss every stage of expectant motherhood in vivid, sometimes excruciating — and excruciatingly funny — detail. Belly Laughs is a must-read for any woman who is pregnant, has ever been pregnant, or hopes to become pregnant.

The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy, by Vicki Iovine

Link:  The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy

The author of The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy talks to you the way only a best friend can – from what to expect at doctor visits all the way to husbands and their lack of usefulness (at least at time).

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19 Baby Gifts With a Twist of Humor

19 Cute Baby Gifts With a Twist of Humor

I’ve been trying to limit my baby product recommendations to practical items, but I recently decided that funny, humor-based newborn and baby gifts deserved attention too.  Below is a list of funny newborn and baby gifts that I, personally, find to be funny and/or adorably and ridiculously cute.  If you are looking for a baby gift for someone that has a sense of humor, then you might enjoy this list. Keep in mind that whether you find some of these items funny (or not) is largely dependent on your type of humor.

19 Funny Baby Gifts

1.   Tuxedo Onesie Bodysuit

Link:   Frenchie Mini Couture Onesie Bodysuit, Tuxedo 

Funny Because…..Because a baby wearing a tuxedo is funny.  
For a more practical list of newborn and baby clothing items, see Top 12 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Clothes.

2.   Goodnight iPad

Link:   Goodnight iPad: a Parody for the next generation 

Funny Because…I probably don’t need to explain why this is funny.  This is a funny parody on the book “Goodnight Moon,” that any tech-savvy family can appreciate.  For a more practical list of favorite baby books, see Top 10 Baby Books for Baby’s First Years.

3.   Monsters Eat Whiny Children – Book
Link:   Monsters Eat Whiny Children 

Funny Because…Because monsters don’t really actually eat whiny children.  This for those with a darker sense of humor, and for kids with a good grasp on fantasy vs. reality.   For a more practical list of favorite baby books, see Top 10 Baby Books for Baby’s First Years.

4.   The Baby Owner’s Manual

Link:   The Baby Owner’s Manual: Operating Instructions, Trouble-Shooting Tips, and Advice on First-Year Maintenance 

Funny Because…..At some point, a “troubleshooting manual” would really come in handy for that newborn of yours.  This book is great for the engineering “type” of dad.  (Mr. Mia loves this book).  For my favorite “troubleshooting” baby item, see Make Your Life With Newborn Easier – The Newborn Podster or see Top 25 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Items for a complete list of must-haves for newborns and babies.   

5.   The “Mute Button” – Pacifier

Link:   Mute Button Pacifier 

Funny Because…..Because pacifiers do often mimic the “mute” button on a remote control when it comes to babies.

6.   “These Fools Put My Cape On Backwards” Bib

Link:   These Fools Put My Cape On Backwards Bib 

Funny Because…..This bib is my favorite, and it makes me laugh every time I think about it.   For a list of our most practical baby bibs, see Top 5 Must-Have Baby Bibs, or see Top 25 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Items for a list of all must-have practical baby items

7.   Mustache Pacifier -“Mustachifier”

Link:   Mustachifier – The Gentleman Mustache Pacifier 

Funny Because…It’s a baby with a mustache!  (Hehe!)

8.   Weird-Looking Animal Bibs

Link:   Animal Face Baby Bibs  

Funny Because….I just think the animals have funny-looking faces.  For a list of our most practical baby bibs, see Top 5 Must-Have Baby Bibs (2013).

9.   Daddy’s Little Tax Deduction

Link:    Daddy’s Little Tax Deduction 

Funny Because……Children really are tax deduction.  My friends who are accountants find this to be hilarious.   
For a more practical list of newborn and baby clothing items, see Top 12 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Clothes.

10.   The “I Only Cry When Ugly People Hold Me” Baby Onesie

Link:   I Only Cry When Ugly People Hold Me on Infant Onesie

Funny Because….Because people get really insecure when you let them hold your baby, and when they do, your baby starts crying.  For a more practical list of newborn and baby clothing items, see Top 12 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Clothes.

11.   All My Friends Are Dead – Book

Link:   All My Friends Are Dead 
Link:   All My Friends Are Still Dead 

Funny Because…..These books have a very clever, dark sense of humor.  This book is NOT for kids – it’s for adults (an interesting coffee table book that makes for a good conversation starter when friends come over).  It also makes a great “bathroom” book.  For a list of the best books that actually for for babies and children, see Top 10 Baby Books for Baby’s First Years.

12.   Go the F**k to Sleep

Link:   Go the F**k to Sleep 

Funny Because…. I, personally, find this book funny, but this book will not be funny for parents who have perfect kids, or parents who dislike swearing.  This book is NOT for kids – it’s a parody of a children’s book for adults – specifically for adults who have struggled with “bedtime” and sleeping with children.  First-time parents (especially first-time moms who are still pregnant) will not find this funny.   For a list of the best books that actually for for babies and children, see Top 10 Baby Books for Baby’s First Years.

13.   Belly Laughs, by Jenny McCarthy

Link:   Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth about Pregnancy and Childbirth 

Funny Because…..Jenny McCarthy “says it like it is” when it comes to pregnancy and childbirth  (from stretch marks to gas and much more).  This makes for a great baby shower present.

14.   The “Pull to Sound Alarm” – Pacifier

Link:   Personalized Pacifiers Pull to Sound Alarm Pacifier 

Funny Because….Much like the Mute Button Pacifier, this idea holds true for many babies – pull out the pacifier, and the baby will be sure to sounds his alarm.

15.   Shark Baby Robe

Link:   Baby Aspen Let The Fin Begin Terry Shark Robe 

Funny Because…Because babies dressed like sharks are adorable.  
For a more practical list of newborn and baby clothing items, see Top 12 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Clothes.

16.   Little Night Owl – Sleep Sack and Cap

Link:    Baby Aspen My Little Night Owl Snuggle Sack and Cap 

Funny Because….Because it’s a baby dressed like an owl!  This is actually a practical gift too because sleep sacks are actually something that you truly need for a baby (see Top 25 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Items for more practical baby items).

17.   Animal Baby Swaddle Wraps

Link:    Beehave Swaddle and Cap Set
Link:    Sozo Baby-boys Newborn Puppy Swaddle Blanket and Cap  
Link:    Swaddle Blanket and Cap Set – Ladybug

Funny Because….The caps have little antennas and doggy ears.  How are these not adorable?  
For a more practical list of newborn and baby clothing items, see Top 12 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Clothes.

18.   The “Gimme a Kiss”  Pacifier 

Link:    Gimme a Kiss Pacifier  

Funny Because…because this pacifier will make your baby look like she’s giving you a kissy face.

19.  I Drink ‘Til I Pass Out

Link:   Baby Onesies – I Drink ‘Til I Pass Out Onesie

Funny Because…..Not everyone will find the humor in this onesie.  This is a better gift for NON-first-time-parents who understand that a bottle/breast puts a baby to sleep (otherwise they will probably just think you are extremely rude and wonder why you gave them such an inappropriate gift).  For a more practical list of newborn and baby clothing items, see Top 12 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Clothes, or see  Top 25 Must-Have Newborn and Baby Items.

Are we missing something?
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