You should visityour prenatalcare providerregularly duringpregnancy. (ref.#19)There is no safeamount of alcoholto drink duringpregnancy.(ref. #1, #5, #14)Doula's arebirthcompanionsand post-birthsupportersThe heart and lungsbegin to form in the1st month ofpregnancy. Theheart beats on the22nd day. (ref. #12)Premature babiesare more likely tohave more long-term healthproblems than fullterm baby’s. (ref.#15)Cigarettescontaincarbonmonoxide.It is importantto eat healthyfood for youand yourbaby. (ref. #20Fetal AlcoholSyndrome is100%preventable.(ref. #1Caffeine maydecrease bloodflow to theplacenta, whichmay causeproblems for yourbaby. (ref. #10)GIFTS is aprogram tohelp Mom'sstop smokingInfants exposed tosmoking after birthhave an increasedchance of SIDS(Sudden InfantDeath Syndrome).(ref. #4)Proper use ofFolic Acid canreduce the chanceof birth defects inthe brain andspine. (ref. #7)During your 1stmonth ofpregnancy, yourbody is makinglots of hormonesneeded to grow ababy. (ref. #12)Prematurebabies are bornbefore 37weeksgestation.(ref. #5)Breast milk isthe best foodfor your babyduring the 1styear of life.(ref. #2)All women ofchildbearing ageshould consume400 mcg. of FolicAcid daily, found inmultivitamins. (ref.#7)WIC meansWomen,Infant andChildren(0-5yrs old)Alcohol use whilepregnant canresult in low birthweight, smallinfant size andmicrocephaly. (ref.#1,#5, #14)All babiesshould beplaced ontheir backs tosleep.Walking, Swimming,and Aerobics areusually safeactivities forpregnant mothers.(ref. #18)Marijuana use duringpregnancy can causeinfants to have fastheart rates, lung,memory, andcoordination problems.(ref. #17)Caffeine canincrease yourblood pressureand heart rate,and decreasesleep. (ref. #10ABC'sof safesleepHealthy Startis designed toreduce infantmortalityYou should visityour prenatalcare providerregularly duringpregnancy. (ref.#19)There is no safeamount of alcoholto drink duringpregnancy.(ref. #1, #5, #14)Doula's arebirthcompanionsand post-birthsupportersThe heart and lungsbegin to form in the1st month ofpregnancy. Theheart beats on the22nd day. (ref. #12)Premature babiesare more likely tohave more long-term healthproblems than fullterm baby’s. (ref.#15)Cigarettescontaincarbonmonoxide.It is importantto eat healthyfood for youand yourbaby. (ref. #20Fetal AlcoholSyndrome is100%preventable.(ref. #1Caffeine maydecrease bloodflow to theplacenta, whichmay causeproblems for yourbaby. (ref. #10)GIFTS is aprogram tohelp Mom'sstop smokingInfants exposed tosmoking after birthhave an increasedchance of SIDS(Sudden InfantDeath Syndrome).(ref. #4)Proper use ofFolic Acid canreduce the chanceof birth defects inthe brain andspine. (ref. #7)During your 1stmonth ofpregnancy, yourbody is makinglots of hormonesneeded to grow ababy. (ref. #12)Prematurebabies are bornbefore 37weeksgestation.(ref. #5)Breast milk isthe best foodfor your babyduring the 1styear of life.(ref. #2)All women ofchildbearing ageshould consume400 mcg. of FolicAcid daily, found inmultivitamins. (ref.#7)WIC meansWomen,Infant andChildren(0-5yrs old)Alcohol use whilepregnant canresult in low birthweight, smallinfant size andmicrocephaly. (ref.#1,#5, #14)All babiesshould beplaced ontheir backs tosleep.Walking, Swimming,and Aerobics areusually safeactivities forpregnant mothers.(ref. #18)Marijuana use duringpregnancy can causeinfants to have fastheart rates, lung,memory, andcoordination problems.(ref. #17)Caffeine canincrease yourblood pressureand heart rate,and decreasesleep. (ref. #10ABC'sof safesleepHealthy Startis designed toreduce infantmortality

Baby Shower BIngo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. You should visit your prenatal care provider regularly during pregnancy. (ref. #19)
  2. There is no safe amount of alcohol to drink during pregnancy. (ref. #1, #5, #14)
  3. Doula's are birth companions and post-birth supporters
  4. The heart and lungs begin to form in the 1st month of pregnancy. The heart beats on the 22nd day. (ref. #12)
  5. Premature babies are more likely to have more long-term health problems than full term baby’s. (ref. #15)
  6. Cigarettes contain carbon monoxide.
  7. It is important to eat healthy food for you and your baby. (ref. #20
  8. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is 100% preventable. (ref. #1
  9. Caffeine may decrease blood flow to the placenta, which may cause problems for your baby. (ref. #10)
  10. GIFTS is a program to help Mom's stop smoking
  11. Infants exposed to smoking after birth have an increased chance of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). (ref. #4)
  12. Proper use of Folic Acid can reduce the chance of birth defects in the brain and spine. (ref. #7)
  13. During your 1st month of pregnancy, your body is making lots of hormones needed to grow a baby. (ref. #12)
  14. Premature babies are born before 37 weeks gestation. (ref. #5)
  15. Breast milk is the best food for your baby during the 1st year of life. (ref. #2)
  16. All women of childbearing age should consume 400 mcg. of Folic Acid daily, found in multivitamins. (ref. #7)
  17. WIC means Women, Infant and Children (0-5yrs old)
  18. Alcohol use while pregnant can result in low birth weight, small infant size and microcephaly. (ref. #1,#5, #14)
  19. All babies should be placed on their backs to sleep.
  20. Walking, Swimming, and Aerobics are usually safe activities for pregnant mothers. (ref. #18)
  21. Marijuana use during pregnancy can cause infants to have fast heart rates, lung, memory, and coordination problems. (ref. #17)
  22. Caffeine can increase your blood pressure and heart rate, and decrease sleep. (ref. #10
  23. ABC's of safe sleep
  24. Healthy Start is designed to reduce infant mortality