I'm due March 23rd and would like to have a baby shower with friends and family after the baby is born. This is due to cultural traditions as we have a ceremony anyways after as well as wanting people who are close to me to see/hold the baby. That large bottle of hand sanitzer will be their first stop before holding baby. :) For work, I am having a celebration before but due to cultural superstitions/traditions will not accept gifts ahead of time. I will however be registered ahead of time, but will either have the store hold the items or have it sent to my parents who live close by. Also important to register ahead of time because for some items it takes many weeks sometimes even into months if there's a backorder and they need to re order the item. This is what Buy Buy Baby a store on the east coast said about cribs or bigger items that are popular/in high demand.
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