Throwing a twin baby shower does not have to mean double the trouble. From invitations to decorations, throwing a shower for twins can be a lot of fun. Baby shower games keep guests entertained and when playing shower games for twins, this just means twice the fun. Award prizes to the top winners of twin baby shower games.
Diaper Tag Team
You will need a cloth diaper, a baby doll (or teddy bear) and several safety pins for this game. Guests get into teams of two. Each team attempts to put the cloth diaper on the baby doll as quickly as possible. The catch is that each player can only use one hand. Time each team to see which team can put on the diaper the neatest and fastest. Let the guest of honour decide the winner.
Buy many socks size 0-6 months. Make sure to buy all different colours. Mix the socks up in a pile in the middle of the floor. One at a time give each player 15 seconds (or any set time limit you select) to find and match as many pairs of socks as she can. The player with the most matched socks will win the game and the mother to be will have many baby socks to take home for the twins.
Twins Treasure Hunt
You will need many pairs of items such as shoes, two matching outfits, mittens or socks. Hide these items throughout the house. Send players on a treasure hunt to find as many matching baby items as they can. The player that finds the most matching items will win the game.
For this game, you will need diapers and baby food. Label the diapers (one through five) and write down what you put in each diaper so that you have the answers. Mix two baby foods together in a diaper. For example, mix green peas and sweet potatoes. Pass each diaper around and let the guests smell the diaper. Give each player a pen and sheet of paper to write her guesses on. The object of the game is to guess exactly what pair of baby foods is in each diaper. The player that has the most right answers wins the game.
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