How to Throw the Best Virtual Baby Shower

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With the current coronavirus outbreak still plaguing the country, people are staying home, social distancing and avoiding gatherings—including baby showers. For expectant moms, showers are not only an important opportunity to stock up on key baby essentials, but they’re also a chance to celebrate the joy of a new baby with loved ones. Here’s the good news: If you think canceling the shower is your only option, think again: We’ve got plenty of ways to keep the party going, all from a safe distance (and without skimping on fun). Here are our top tips for throwing a virtual baby shower that will leave the mama-to-be feeling loved and celebrated.

Instead of having the shower in a physical space, like a restaurant, select one of the many virtual platforms that allow for group video chats. FaceTime, Google Hangouts and Zoom are all popular choices and easy enough to use so even…

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