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Baby Names Race  
Baby Names Race
The Baby Names Race is simple to play and loads of fun. Who knows the most unique baby names for each letter of the alphabet? Find out!

Price: $6.99

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1, 2, 3, GO! The race is on! And if it does happen that Mommy is not yet settled on a name, this baby shower game could provide her some inspiration!

This game comes with a customizable field so you can tell Mommy in a big way what your well-wishes are. The game comes with 4 babies from around the world; racers are Caucasian (white), African-American (Black), Asian and Hispanic. You may choose to print the one that most closely matches your baby, or print them all for a variety of cuteness.

Baby Shower Game for a Baby Boy

Here’s how you play. Print out one baby names sheet for each of your baby shower guests. Players fill in each blank with a name that begins with that letter. You must think of the most unique names because if someone else has written that name in their blank, the names won’t count as a point. That is, each unique name that no one else has, counts as one point.

After time has been called, begin with each letter, one at a time, reading the name you’ve written down. Call the letter “A,” for example. The first person to go will read aloud the name she has written down. Let’s say she says “Alyson”. If anyone else has that name, everyone who has the name will cross their names off their lists. Then our second player reads her name: “Angie.” Let’s imagine that no one has entered “Angie” on their sheets. Then our second player will not have to cross out this name. This one counts. Then the third person calls out the name she’s filled in the blank, and so forth.

You determine whether, for example, “Alice” and “Alyson” count as the same name, or whether “John”, “Johnny” and “Jonathon” are the same. Also determine whether different spellings do or don’t count uniquely. Let guests know beforehand your rule on nicknames and spelling.

Count up your points and determine who’s won the race!

 
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