A virtual baby-sitting service may not be a thing for many of you, but it’s worth considering if you’re looking to start your own baby shower.
This week, the virtual baby service Hello Baby launched a beta program in Canada, giving parents the option to choose between a traditional baby shower or a virtual one.
The beta program is only available in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Winnipeg, and the service has since been discontinued in other cities.
Here’s what you need to know about it, from how it works to what you can expect to get in the virtual shower.1.
How does it work?
Hello Baby offers a three-part experience.
The first part is called the Virtual Baby, where parents can choose between the traditional baby-shower, which gives parents the same access to baby products as a regular baby shower, or a baby-sharing experience, where they get to share in the comfort of a virtual baby bed with other parents.
The second part of the virtual experience is called a Virtual Baby Sharing, which allows parents to invite up to two other people to share a bed with their child.
In both instances, the parents share the same space in a virtual nursery, but there are different arrangements for each family member.
In the third part of Hello Baby’s baby shower experience, the Virtual baby can share its own space in the same room as a baby, and there are even options for parents to choose which baby they would like to share with.
In the Hello Baby virtual baby sharing experience, baby photos can be shared as well.
As soon as a parent chooses the baby sharing option, the baby will be added to the baby pool on the homepage.
The next time a baby gets ready to leave, they can share the photo they took of their baby in the nursery with the baby in their room.2.
How much does it cost?
There is no cost to the family, but the baby service will set up the price for you depending on your preferences.
The standard price for a one-night baby shower in Toronto is $1,200, but Hello Baby is charging $1.50 per night, with the option of increasing to $2,500.
For a two-night, $3,000 package, the price goes up to $4,400.
In Calgary, the standard price is $3.00 per night and the standard package increases to $5,500 per night.
In Winnipeg, the average price is about $3 per night for a two or three-night package.3.
What does it look like?
The Hello Baby baby shower offers two different experiences depending on what you choose.
In one of the experiences, the room is made up of two cribs.
In this experience, each crib has a baby crib.
You can also choose to share the bed with one of your two baby-nursers in the room.
In another experience, parents can take advantage of a full-size kitchen, which can be set up in either the kitchen or the living room.
There are even different settings for how the kitchen is decorated.
In a third experience, there is a full bathroom with a shower, bath, and sink.
This bathroom also has a shower.
The bathroom is designed to be more personal than a normal bathroom.4.
What are the different options?
There are different options available to choose from.
If you choose to take the standard baby shower package, there are three baby-related activities to choose for the experience: baby shower sharing, a baby shower at the baby bed, and a baby bath.
If that’s your style, you can also opt for a baby nursery experience, which offers the same baby-labor, baby-share, and baby shower options as the standard packages.
Alternatively, if you want to share your baby with more than one person, there’s also a three person baby shower that includes baby showers for two people.
There is also a baby sharing session for two or more parents in the bedroom.
If your baby is younger than the age of 2, there will also be a baby wash, a shower wash, and even a baby bathing experience.
In addition to baby shower activities, the Baby sharing experience also includes baby-care and child care activities.5.
What will you get in a baby home?
The three-pronged package includes a three bedroom, two-bedroom, and one-bedroom room for parents who choose to get baby showering, baby shower bath, baby bath, child care and child play.
You also get two baby clothes and a bed for the two parents in your room, as well as a three cribs, two baby cribs and a one crib.6.
Will it be more cost effective than a standard baby-shared experience?
The cost of a baby house depends on the size of the room you want and the baby size and gender of your child.
The size of a room in a standard home will