Baby showers

8 baby shower games that are NSFW

There are only so many times you can play “guess the baby photo” before you lose your mind. Change is the spice of life, and if you’re looking to spice things up, feel free to try one, or more, of these “adults only” baby shower games.

By Kelsey Miki

8 baby shower games that are NSFW

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Baby shower games NSFW

Never have I ever (new mom edition)

What you’ll need: Shot glasses and alcohol—and a virgin drink for the mom-to-be
How to play: Play this classic drinking game in homage to the bar-hopping days of yore. Read aloud from pre-collected new-mom “never have I evers” (“Never have I ever been thrown up on twice in one night,” etc.) and whoever has experienced what was read, takes a shot. You may want to save this one until after the luncheon has been served.

a group of friends gather to play a game of never have i ever with shot glassesPhoto: iStockphoto

Make-a-baby

What you’ll need: Toilet paper rolls, rulers
How to play: Have your guests partner up and face each other, standing about two metres apart. One partner will place a toilet paper roll between her legs while the other partner places a ruler between hers. When the mama-to-be calls, “Make a baby,” the first pair to successfully stick the ruler in the roll without dropping either object wins. Remember: no hands allowed. If you don’t have rulers, Little Things Favors suggests plungers or sticks.  

a group of women are playing a game outdoors togetherPhoto: iStockphoto

Bobbing for nipples

What you’ll need: A tub filled with water, a timer, an assortment of baby bottle nipples
How to play: Just like the county fair classic — only instead of apples, you’re bobbing for nipples! Plop a handful of nipples into the tub of water. Blindfolded, hands tied and on their knees, each participant has 60 seconds to bob for as many nipples as they can.

the top nipple of a baby bottlePhoto: iStockphoto

Not-so-hot potato

What you’ll need: A baby rattle, a timer How to play: Help the future mom catch some future ZZZs. Gather all your guests into a tight circle with one person holding the rattle. Start the timer for one or two minutes, depending on the size of your group. As each person is handed the rattle, they must come up with a “not tonight” excuse before passing it on to the person beside them. Ex: Not tonight, honey, the baby just barfed in my mouth. If you’re holding the rattle when the buzzer goes, you’re out. 

a colourful wooden baby rattlePhoto: iStockphoto

Paci-pass

What you’ll need: Two pacifiers, straws How to play: As noted by Beau Coup, this one is great for a co-ed shower. Divide your party into two teams and stand in parallel rows. Everyone puts a straw in their mouth. Each team must pass a pacifier to the end of their row and back using only the straws (no hands!). First team to get their paci back to the start wins.

a group of male and females friends laughing togetherPhoto: iStockphoto

Know your nursing bra

What you’ll need: A nursing bra from each guest How to play: In this take on the bridal shower lingerie guessing game, have all of your guests bring in a nursing bra that they feel represents their personality. The guest-of-honour will then guess which bra belongs to each person. 

a nursing bra from walmartPhoto: Walmart

Labour or lewd?

What you’ll need: Images of women’s faces (some during labour, some during orgasm), paper and pens How to play: Display one image at a time and have your friends guess whether the woman in the picture is in labour or mid- big O. You’ll be surprised how similar the expressions are! Players write down their guesses before the answer is revealed. Whoever correctly guesses the most expressions wins and is crowned the Orgasm Expert. If some more conservative guests are going to be in attendance, check out Little Things Favors for ways to tame this game down. 

a woman's face in labourPhoto: iStockphoto

Mad Libs: Conception story

What you’ll need: A Mad Libs template, pen How to play: You get to write the story of how baby was made! In true Mad Libs style, have your guests help fill in the list of missing words (making it as inappropriate as possible). Then, have one person read aloud exactly what went down the night baby was conceived. Project Nursery has some fun templates if you’re in need of some examples.

a man and woman in bed togetherPhoto: iStockphoto

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This article was originally published on May 26, 2013
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