Baby Memento Gifts

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Baby Memento Gifts
Give a special baby gift that new parents will treasure. (baby image by Dron from Fotolia.com)

Rather than choosing infant clothing for the parents of a new baby, choose the gift of a memory. Personalised baby gifts mark the arrival of a newborn when each minute is cherished. A personalised gift captures those memories.

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Footprints Kit

Preserve the newborn's footprints. Purchase a kit at a craft store to record the baby's feet. You will have options. One kit allows you to cast the baby's feet in a type of clay. Another kit includes a non-toxic ink that is used to print the infant's footprints on special paper.

Personalised Frame

Most department stores or jewellery stores carry silver frames that can be personalised. Once the baby is born and you know the infant's weight, full name and time of birth, purchase the frame. Request that the pertinent information be inscribed on it. This frame with the birth information can hold the baby's newborn photo.

Baby Book

A baby book is a log of details about the infant from birth up to school years. Determine whether the parents have chosen a theme or special colours for the nursery. Choose a baby book that coordinates with these. Select matching photo album to create a memorable gift set.

Mother Bracelet

Mother bracelets also make memorable presents for new moms. Bracelets are custom made and are sold online. Each bracelet contains coloured beads of different styles and includes alphabet beads spelling the baby's name. If the new mother has other children, choose a bracelet with a strand for each child. Buyers can choose the colours and a style the new mom likes. Bracelets range in price from inexpensive to moderate depending on the beads and metals used.

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