Friends! I’ve been working on a little something for you. And it’s finally here! The best party game to play at a baby shower, or a night in with parent friends! Babies vs Parents.
This multiplayer card game will keep you and your friends entertained for hours. I’m sure of it. Depending on how you play the game, it could be as PG or R rated as you want.
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I’m sure you’re familiar with Cards Against Humanity. Well, this is my version, but for parents. Well, this is like that. But baby related. Great for those late nights as a parent, especially when you’re entertaining fellow parents. Or, why not freak out a pregnant couple by giving them a taste of what’s to come? It’ll be fun, I promise.
The game itself is 100% free to download. All you have to pay for is the supplies to print it. Might I suggest sending it to a Xerox store or something? Then you don’t have to buy cardstock for home. It’ll save you a bundle.
Gameplay instructions are within the download so you can check those out once you print it off.
You will need:
- The game printed out – on cardstock
- Something to store your cards in
Side note; there are a bunch of blank white cards so you can make your own!
This game has the potential to make you laugh until you cry, or just plain cry. Depending on who you’re playing with. My suggestion, choose your answer cards based on what you think the judging player would like.
If you want to share your funny matches, please use the hashtag #babiesvsparentsgame. That way you can see what other parents are matching, and they can see yours!
I highly suggest breaking this out at a baby shower. Those things can be boring as tar, so add a little fun to the event with this game. The host and the guests would much rather play this than a round of guess the melted chocolate bar.
Got some more ideas for white cards or black cards? Let me know in the comments below!
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