Your Baby & Toddler - - Feature -

Or­gan­ise birth­day par­ties or just part of it, like bak­ing the cake or plan­ning the games.

Run the an­nual Easter egg hunt with their god­child.

Scrap­book or blog about the child’s life.

Ar­range an an­nual pho­to­shoot and cre­ate an al­bum.

Babysit while you and hubby are out on a date night, for in­stance.

Teach the child new skills. Older god­par­ents might share their love of nearly for­got­ten skills such as knit­ting or cro­chet­ing.

Take the child on a monthly out­ing to the zoo or the­atre.

Come to and par­tic­i­pate in all ma­jor fam­ily gath­er­ings.

Cre­ate their own god­par­ent rit­u­als. They could treat the child to ice cream at the beach af­ter an af­ter­noon to­gether.

En­joy qual­ity play­time with their god­child. With ba­bies, one-on-one in­ter­ac­tions are best.

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