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Free online jigsaw puzzle of cookies for a woman's baby shower. The cookies are in the shape of babies and baby bottles and are decorated with icing.


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Apr 21, 2015
Cute puzzle
Jan 12, 2015
The frosting is done so precisely! Someone takes pride in his/her work!
Aug 29, 2014
What an original idea. I have never seen this before. so cute. its a shame to eat them.
Aug 29, 2014
We called into Skipton this week and low and behold they had the cute cuters in a baking shop, no we did not buy them but they did look cute.
Aug 27, 2014
Very cute baby cookies!!
Aug 19, 2014
If these were in blue it would be perfect for my grandbaby boy due Sept 10th!!!!
Aug 19, 2014
These are just so darn cute to eat! LOL
Aug 19, 2014
Loved doing this one, took me longer than I thought it would but once I got in to the swing of things away I went.Thanks team just loved it.Saw a scan of my greatgrand child today made me go all funny inside I call it Cosmo at the moment as we don't know what sex it is, heavens knows where I got that name from but felt the baby should have one, the baby is 13 weeks old and looked quite big.
Aug 19, 2014
It hasn't been too many years since showers for expecting moms would have had yellow or mint green decorations and treats. We didn't know in those days whether to expect a boy or a girl! Science marches oh, eh? Would you have wanted to know? I'm not sure whether I would have wanted the information.
Aug 19, 2014
You are so right in your observations about the past. The sex of the baby was a guessing game. Some said if you carried high it was a girl and low, a boy. Was right in my case, but never 100% for everybody. As for knowing what I was expecting...yes, after the second one I wanted to know, but no technology in the early sixties.
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