BABY FACTS
FEEDING
McEmbrey FAMILY FACTS
BABY ITEMS
BABY CLOTHES

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The color of a baby's eyes at birth.
What is Blue?

100

This is commonly known as number two.

What is poop?

100

The quantity of watercraft in the Embrey/McBride navy.
What is 8? (sailboat, powerboat, two tub kayaks, two proper kayaks, canoe, paddle board)

100

This hangs over baby's head in the crib, often with animals.
What is a mobile?

100

These are used to keep baby's feet warm.
What are booties?

200

Babies are born without this part of the leg.
What are knee caps?

200

What does breastfeeding strengthen in infants?
What are immunities (and your nipples)?

200

The newest rivalry game in the house.
What is ping pong?

200

This is the name for comfort wrapping your baby in a blanket.
What is a swaddle?

200

Baby wears this to bed.
What is a sleeper?

300

This favorite uncle, brother, cousin, son, and all around good guy is the person who will teach your child to fart.

Who is David?

300

The American Academy of Pediatrics says you should do this to your baby after every feeding.

What is burping?

300

This scrumptious treat doesn't stand a chance of being left uneaten with Fred, Bob, and Josh lurking around.
What is chocolate?

300

Baby uses this to scoot around the house.
What is a walker?

300

This will keep baby's head warm.
What is a hat?

400

A baby is born this often in the world.
What is every seven seconds?

400

This baby food producer rhymes with Berber.
What is a Gerber?

400

This feline friend and master hugger preceded Fritter.
Who is Spike?

400

The proper name for a baby doctor.
What is a pediatrician?

400

These will keep baby's hands warm.
What are mittens?

500

It takes this many people to raise a baby.
What is a village?

500

Another name for "missile-like" vomiting.

What is projectile?

500

This buy/sell frenzy happens the first week in June at the Shorewood house.
What is the Street of Garage Sales?

500

This is used to carry all of baby's necessities.
What is a diaper bag?

500

Baby wears this under clothes, and sometimes just lounging around.
What is onesie?