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Did anyone throw a baby shower for their second baby (or third, fourth, etc)?

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Elizabeth posted this 01 November 2019

My friend and I were just discussing this - she is having her second baby and was wondering if it's "acceptable" to throw another big baby shower. How do you guys feel about this? If you've had more than one child, did you throw a baby shower for the next one(s)??

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Samantha posted this 22 April 2020

totally her decision to throw a baby shower, but I agree with a sprinkle! but maybe she wants her babies to all be even or equal.

Noemi posted this 10 April 2020

I think that a small "sprinkle" would be okay, I'm not a huge fan of baby showers for second kids. Unless you're having a baby of the opposite sex because then there are more items guests can bring. I'd say to list on the invites "no gifts" although honestly, I'm sure 90% of people would bring gifts anyway. I like the idea of celebrating each baby, but not setting up a full registry and asking for presents each time. 

Millie posted this 11 December 2019

I'm on my second pregnancy and where there are a few items I would like I feel my family and friends would kill me.

Sarah posted this 09 December 2019

I think having a smaller one is ok, or maybe say no gifts (knowing most people will bring something)!

ellalynn posted this 08 December 2019

We are calling it a sprinkle but it's just a baby shower!

rebecca posted this 08 December 2019

I'm having them for all my pregnancies, idc lol they can talk crap and not show up , call it a sprinkle 

Jannette posted this 06 December 2019

Do whatever the expectant mother wants!  With my sister, we did a sprinkle for her second child.  With me, i didnt have the opportunity for a big shower for my first so I went with a bang for the second kid

Rizzo posted this 09 November 2019

i'm newly pregnant with my second baby and I really don't want to have a baby shower this go round. I don't want my friends and family feeling obligated to gift anything, I have quite a bit of stuff from my older LO and I also have a ton of people who have offered hand me downs, which I'm glad to accept.

Mahlie posted this 09 November 2019

Majority of ladies I know didn't have a second baby shower unless it was more than 5+ years apart

Amy posted this 03 November 2019

I think it is perfectly acceptable. Even if you don't need a lot of the big stuff, it's still a great way to celebrate another little one coming into your life!

Dee posted this 01 November 2019

I had a baby shower for all 3 of my children. My oldest and second is 8 years apart.  Both boys so it was a little different.  And the only reason why we got a third was because we were having a girl.  It was a lot smaller and a sprinkle. Only moms, grandmoms, and sisters  

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