The Love you Save

First comes Love… Then comes Marriage… Then come the BABY in the baby carriage. It is a special moment in a parents life when they bring a new life into the world. Help them make memories they will cherish forever by creating a selfie station to capture all the special moments. When you create a #Hashtag to represent the event it will categorize your photos into one online location. Selfie sticks are available at many online retailers and are much less than a photographer. When planning the shower think of a theme. This will help with decorating. You can create a personalized menu along with a signature drink to compliment the festivities.

Moms love products with natural ingredients. Check out DNA Miracles bath collection  a natural non-toxic, pediatric approved collection that will put a smile on your little ones face. Add some towels and wash clothes from Trend Labs to complete your gift. You can use a basket and shrink wrap to give your gift the extra touch.

Present the Mom-to-Be a EMPTY BOX she will cherish for a lifetime. Pick up a baby print or solid color photo box and decorate it with some stickers and this poem featured below. It is sure to bring a tears of joy to the recipient for years to come.

The loveEmpty Box

What can this be!

I thought it was

A gift for me

 

 Although this box

Is not what it seems?

It’s empty now…

But oh, The Dreams

 

 Your child has arrived

And will soon begin

A life of

Wonder and strive.

 While striving to walk

Heel to toe

The baby shoes

Are soon outgrown.

 

Baby teeth

So white and new-

You must save them mom

For they are few.

 

And while growing

Left behind

Are cherished things

You’ll want to find.

 

A lock of hair,

A teddy bear,

These precious items

You cannot spare

 

So here’s an empty box

For you:

To keep these things

A whole life through.

 

And when you’re babes

Grown up and gone

You memory box

Will carry on.

 

The love you saved

At last complete

All the memories

some sad, some sweet.

 

 

 

 

Michele Molinaro

I have been a business owner for over 25 years but can say for the first time; “I own my business it doesn’t own me.” I have traded in my Brick and Mortar for a Click and Order. This gives me financial and time freedom. My business is operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week with no employees. I wake up when I am done sleeping and am able to work anywhere in the world there is a WiFi connection.

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