Baby Shower Overload!

2009 has already proven itself to be an expensive year for gifts – baby shower gifts that is. Having already exceeded my yearly allowance of trips to Toys R Us, I found myself wondering just how useful some of the more expensive baby items are for my mothers-to-be? How many times will you actually use an inflatable spout cover that looks like an octopus? Or is it just cute?

Bio Bio Baby Rice Starch

Bio Bio Baby Rice Starch

One item that I have found most mommies wanting in bulk is a wonderfully organic rice baby bath by Bio Bio Baby. Made in Italy from 100% natural starch rice, this baby bath softens, calms, and soothes baby’s skin and helps alleviate rashes. Whether it’s diaper rash or irritation from detergents, newborn baby’s skin requires the utmost care and a tender touch. What better way to help your friend with their new addition than to give her something she can really use!

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  1. I gave this, along with a few other products to my friend who just had a baby. She loved it, and has told me several times how great it is. she asked where to get more, and i told her she could reorder at beautyofasite.com
    She said the scent is very light and doesn’t overpower like some products and that the lotion has done wonders for her daughters flaky skin. I would recommend this whole line. Plus it is so nice to give a gift that is unique, that you didn’t just pick up at your local drugstore. The packaging is really cute, and the fact that it is imported and organic, are two other reasons that it makes the perfect gift!!!

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