What is a sip n see?
It's exactly what it sounds like: close friends and family come over to sip a beverage and see the new baby. Think of it as a baby welcoming party! A sip and see happens anytime in the first few weeks or months after the birth or adoption of your baby.
Can you have a baby shower and a sip and see?
While baby showers are traditionally for women only, entire families, including men and children may attend a sip and see. Many new parents-to-be sign up for a gift registry for a baby shower.
Who is responsible for throwing a baby shower?
Most baby showers should be hosted by a sister, mother, mother-in-law, or close friend. Baby showers were traditionally thrown by family members who weren't close with the parents-to-be, to avoid the assumption that close family members wanted to collect gifts for themselves.