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      a. el baby shower
      (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
      Did you bring cookies for the baby shower?¿Trajiste galletas para el baby shower?
      b. la fiesta de regalos para el bebé
      (f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
      I bought a children's book for the baby shower.Compré un libro para niños para la fiesta de regalos para el bebé.
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      These baby shower sayings will make everyone gush with happiness. The words strike a chord, especially with new mothers.

      100 Easy Spanish Phrases to Use with Your Baby

      baby shower quotes in spanish

      Un beb� nuevo tarjeta de felicitaci�n para ni�o ca…

      Customize: Inside text only
      Inside Text: Felicidades
      Artist: Teri Nelson Kuster
      Artist Notes: Say Congratulations to someone special on their brand new baby boy, with this card in Spanish with its cute blue floral stroller. The hand lettered wording is "Un bebe nueve" ("A new baby" - in English). Inside wording is "Felicidades" ("Congratulations" - in English) Una tarjeta de felicitaci�n que dice "Un beb� nuevo - felicidades!" con cochecito de beb� en azul.
      Product Id: 949087

      Un beb� nuevo tarjeta de felicitaci�n para una ni�…

      Customize: Inside text only
      Inside Text: Felicidades
      Artist: Teri Nelson Kuster
      Artist Notes: A fun way to say Congratulations on your baby girl in Spanish with cute pink stroller. Una tarjeta de felicitaci�n que dice "Un beb� nuevo - felicidades!" con cochecito de beb� en rosa.
      Product Id: 949088

      Felicitaciones nacimiento beb�, congratulations ba…

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      Inside Text: Cada beb� trae consigo una nueva bendici�n al mundo
      Artist: barbara schreiber
      Artist Notes: Spanish card: congratulations new baby. Text inside: "each baby brings a new blessing to the world" is completely editable and you can modify according to your wishes (color,font,message,size) If you want the front of the card modified, please contact me
      Product Id: 429692

      Felicitaciones nacimiento beb�, Spanish congratula…

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      Inside Text: Cada beb� trae consigo una nueva bendici�n al mundo
      Artist: barbara schreiber
      Artist Notes: Spanish card: congratulations new baby girl. Text inside: "each baby brings a new blessing to the world" is completely editable and you can modify according to your wishes (color,font,message,size). Custom requests welcome.
      Product Id: 429699

      Felicitaciones, Spanish congratulations birth son …

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      Inside Text: Cada beb� es un milagro �nico e imposible de repetir. Felicitaciones!
      Artist: barbara schreiber
      Artist Notes: Spanish "Congratulations on the birth of your son, each baby is a one-of-a kind miracle". You can change/add specific text inside card yourself. In case you want a customized card, please contact artist. See icon "artist palette" underneath card
      Product Id: 827082

      Congratulations on Birth of Baby Girl, Spanish, Ba…

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      Inside Text: Felicidades en la llegada de su preciosa bebita.
      Artist: Shoaff-Ballanger Studios
      Artist Notes: Es una nina! (It's a girl!) congrats on a new baby girl, paper greeting card written in Spanish. Inside text in Espanol translates as "Congratulations on the arrival of your precious baby girl." Cute baby with curly springs of hair and floral accents. Black outline illustration with simple coloring. Baby girl courtesy:Openclipart.
      Product Id: 1415314

      Felicitaciones, Spanish congratulations birth daug…

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      Inside Text: Cada beb� es un milagro �nico e imposible de repetir. Felicitaciones!
      Artist: barbara schreiber
      Artist Notes: Spanish "Congratulations on the birth of your daughter, each baby is a one-of-a-kind miracle". You can change/add specific text inside card yourself. In case you want a customized card, please contact artist. See icon "artist palette" underneath card
      Product Id: 827081

      Spanish un ni�o Baby Boy Congratulations Blue Hear…

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      Inside Text: �Felicitaciones por la llegada del nuevo beb�!
      Artist: Studio Porto Sabbia
      Artist Notes: Another digital art design by Studio Porto Sabbia! This card is also available as a birth announcement ( also in some non-engish languages) and as a Christening invitation. For a baby girl, look for the pink version of this card. Text: A boy in Spanish/Congratulations on your new arrival
      Product Id: 1237274

      Felicidades Para Beb� Nuevo con Arco Iris y Sombri…

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      Inside Text: Felicidades
      Artist: Teri Nelson Kuster
      Artist Notes: Glistening raindrops highlight the colorful arching rainbow in the background behind the brightly colored umbrella on this New Baby Congratulations card for a Spanish speaking Mother. The wording is hand lettered in the arch of the rainbow with the words "Llueve amor y alegria para su bebe" (In English "It's raining love and happiness for your baby") The inside of the card says "Felicidades" (In English "Congratulations"). Esta carta de felicidades para un beb� nuevo tiene arco iris y la sombrilla con las gotas de lluvia.
      Product Id: 1056039

      Felicidades Para Ni�a Nueva con Arco Iris y Sombri…

      Customize: Inside text only
      Inside Text: �Felicidades!
      Artist: Teri Nelson Kuster
      Artist Notes: This card is a fun way to congratulate someone with a new baby girl, when the Mother speaks Spanish. A colorful rainbow, an umbrella and raindrops decorate around the translation of Llueve amor y alegria para su nina" (In English "Raining love and happiness for your baby girl") The inside says "Felicidadades" (In English "Congratulations") Esta carta de felicidades para un beb� ni�a nueva tiene arco iris y la sombrilla con las gotas de lluvia.
      Product Id: 1056047

      Spanish New Baby Congratulations Birth of a Son Fe…

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      Inside Text: (blank inside)
      Artist: �Doreen Erhardt & Vera Kratochvil
      Artist Notes: Spanish Translation front: Congratulations on the arrival of your new beautiful baby boy. Spanish language card to congratulate new parents on the birth of their son.
      Product Id: 711920

      Congratulations on Birth of Baby Boy, Spanish, Bab…

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      Inside Text: Felicidades en la llegada de su precioso bebito.
      Artist: Shoaff-Ballanger Studios
      Artist Notes: Es un nino! (It's a boy!) congratulations on new baby, greeting card written in Spanish / Espanol. Inside text "Congratulations on the arrival of your precious baby boy." Adorable baby with bottle, milk, and nautical themed bib on a light blue background. Cartoon-looking illustrations with simple black outlines. Baby/boat from Openclipart.
      Product Id: 1415320

      Felicidades Para Nietas Gemelas, Dos Ni�as con coc…

      Customize: Inside text only
      Inside Text: Felicidades
      Artist: Teri Nelson Kuster
      Artist Notes: This beautiful card congratulates the new grandparents of twin baby granddaughters, in a Spanish speaking family. It has two pink strollers on a lavender background with hand lettered words of "Nietas gemelas - Dos ninas" (In English "Twin granddaughters - two girls"). The inside of the card says "Felicidades" (In English - "Congratulations"). Esta carta bonita es para abuelos nuevos de dos nietas gemelas en la familia que habla espa�ol. La tarjeta tiene dos cochecitos de rosa y las palabras del mano dice "Nietas gemelas - dos ni�as - Felicidades"
      Product Id: 1056059

      Felicidades Para Ni�o Nuevo con Arco Iris y Sombri…

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      Inside Text: �Felicidades!
      Artist: Teri Nelson Kuster
      Artist Notes:
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      baby shower quotes in spanish

      Spanish congratulations



      Are you looking for beautiful words how to say congratulations and best wishes in spanish? If your friend celebrates a birthday or wedding, has a new baby born, received a promotion at work, here you'll find a lot of spanish phrases with translation into english to wish them a lot of happiness! Everyone likes to receive a lovely message or email on a special day!


      Congratulations greetings in Spanish

      In english:
      Congratulations (greetings)
      Translation to spanish:
      Felicitaciones;
      Felicidades (more formal on special occasions);
      Enhorabuena! (for achievements like exams or newborn).
      I wish you the best!
      Te deseo lo major!
      Congratulations on your wedding day!
      ¡Felicidades en el día de su boda!
      We hope you have a great day with all your friends and family.
      Esperamos que pases un día muy feliz en compañía de amigos y familiares.
      Congratulations on your engagement!
      ¡Congratulaciones en tu compromiso!
      Congratulations! I am glad to hear that you are having a baby boy.
      ¡Felicidades! Me alegra saber que vas a tener un niño.
      With all my heart.
      Con todo mi corazón.
      Congratulations on your forthcoming marriage.
      Felicitaciones por tu próximo matrimonio.
      Happy Birthday!
      Feliz cumpleaños!
      I wish you all the best for your birthday!.
      ¡Te deseo lo mejor en el día de tu cumpleaños!
      Well Done!
      ¡Pozo Hecho!

      How to congratulate someone in Spanish

      With love from...
      Con amor de...
      Congrats! Enjoy your new home.
      Felicidades! Que disfrutes de tu nueva casa.
      I wish you the best of luck and every success.
      Te deseo la mejor de las suertes y mucho éxito.
      Kisses and hugs.
      Besos y abrazos.
      Much happiness!
      Muchas felicidades!
      Cheers!
      Salud!
      I wish you good luck, lot of happiness, all your wishes come true.
      Te deseo que tengas suerte, felicidad, y que se cumplan todos tus deseos.
      On your retirement!
      ¡En tu retiro!
      Have a nice day!
      Que pases un buen dia!
      Congratulations on your promotion!
      ¡Congratulaciones en tu promoción!
      May your dreams become reality.
      Que tus sueños se conviertan en realidad.
      May each day be as special as today.
      Que cada dia sea tan especial como hoy.
      We would like to send you our congratulations.
      Quisiéramos enviar nuestras felicitaciones.
      We all send our love.
      Te enviamos nuestro amor.
      I wish you a day as beautiful as a rainbow!
      ¡Te deseo un día tan hermoso como el arco iris!

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      Are you looking for beautiful words how to say congratulations and best wishes in spanish? If your friend celebrates a birthday or wedding, has a new baby born.

      Say it Sweetly With 50+ Baby Shower Quotes

      baby shower quotes in spanish

      These 100 Spanish phrases may be helpful to you if you, like me, are:

      1. convinced that raising your child in a bilingual or multilingual environment is ideal
        AND
      2. not completely bilingual yourself.

      They could also come in handy if you’re going to be volunteering at a Spanish-speaking orphanage, school, or simply living at home with a Spanish-speaking host family that has children.

      Since I’m trying to give Baby J a bilingual home, I’m always trying to incorporate Spanish into our daily life. Sometimes, that means asking my native Spanish speaker friends for help with common Spanish phrases that are child-appropriate! Sometimes, I remember the words from my time volunteering at an orphanage in Honduras. Here is a collection of the Spanish phrases I find myself needing most often while at home with my sweet little boy. (A few are added that I will use more as he gets older.)

      100 Useful, Easy Spanish Phrases to Use at Home with Your Baby or While Volunteering Abroad with Children

      Simple Commands

      1. Siéntate – Sit down.
      2. Ven acá – Come here.
      3. Acuéstate – Lie down. (I use this a lot at naptime or when I need to change his diaper.)
      4. Cómetelo – Eat it up.
      5. Come – eat (coma is more forceful)
      6. A comer – Time to eat.
      7. Vete por ahí – Go over there. (Remember that the “h” is silent.)
      8. No la toques – Don’t touch it. (Or No lo toques, depending on whether the article the child wants to touch is masculine “el” or feminine “la.”)
      9. No toques – Don’t touch.
      10. Dame la mano – Give me your hand.
      11. Toma mi mano – Take my hand.
      12. Ponte los zapatos – Put on your shoes.
      13. Con cuidado / Ten cuidado – Be careful.
      14. Mira – Look! (This is an easy one for a new Spanish speaker to learn. My husband often joins me in saying, “Mira!” when we want Baby J to look at something he’ll enjoy seeing.)
      15. Dale la vuelta – Roll over. (When encouraging a young baby to practice rolling over.)
      16. Muy calladito / calladita – Be very quiet.
      17. Camina – Walk (camine would be a more forceful command)
      18. No corras – Don’t run.
      19. A la cama – Off to bed!
      20. Hazlo de nuevo – Do it again.
      21. Dime otra vez – Tell me again.
      22. Cuéntame – Tell me. (Like telling a story. I say this encouragingly when Baby J is babbling and sounds as though he’s telling an involved baby story!)
      23. Ven a bañarte – Come take a bath. (duchar is to shower; bañar is to bathe)
      24. Ven a vestirte – Come get dressed.
      25. Lávate las manos – Wash your hands.
      26. Vámanos – Let’s go.
      27. Rápido – quickly.
      28. Apúrate – Hurry up.
      29. Tranquilo/cálmate – Calm down.
      30. Abre la boca – Open your mouth.

      Photo by Leo Rivas.
      Mira las burbujas, mami! – Look at the bubbles, Mommy!

      Simple Requests

      1. Ayúdame, por favor – Help me, please. (I use this a lot as I dress him, asking him to help by pushing his hands through the sleeve, or “entre la manga.”)
      2. ¿Te ayudo? – [Do you want me to] help you?
      3. Dame un abrazo, por favor – Give me a hug, please?
      4. ¿Besitos para mami? – Kisses for Mom?
      5. Tráigamelo, por favor – Bring it to me, please.
      6. Acércate a mami, por favor – Come closer to Mom, please.
      7. No dientes, por favor – No teeth, please. (Unfortunately, I have a little biter.)
      8. Enséñame, por favor – Show me, please.

      Common Questions

      1. ¿Tienes hambre? – Are you hungry?
      2. ¿Tienes sed? – Are you thirsty?
      3. ¿Quieres agua? – Do you want water?
      4. ¿Tienes popo? – Do you have a poopy diaper? (Yes, this is life with a baby. Get used to it. More society-appropriate: ¿Tienes un pañal sucio?)
      5. ¿Necesitas un nuevo pañal? – Do you need a new diaper? (Believe it or not, my one-year-old will sign “please”/por favor when I ask this question and he has a dirty diaper.)
      6. ¿Quieres leer? – Do you want to read? (Here’s a list of some bilingual books and other resources we use.)
      7. ¿Te gusta? – Do you like it?
      8. ¿Quieres más? – Do you want more?
      9. ¿Acabaste? / ¿Terminaste? – Did you finish? Are you done?
      10. ¿Quieres ir con mami/papi? – Do you want to go with Mommy / Papa?
      11. ¿Dónde estás? – Where are you?
      12. ¿Para dónde vas? – Where are you going?
      13. ¿Te duele? – Does that hurt you? / Are you hurting? (If the child is fussing and you’re trying to figure out what’s wrong. Another useful phrase is “Me duele” – That hurts me/ I hurt.)
      14. ¿Qué dice? – What does he/she/it say? (For example, “¿Qué dice el monito?” – “What does a monkey say?”)
      15. ¿Te lavaste las manos? – Did you wash your hands?
      16. ¿Tienes sueño? / estás cansado/a – Are you tired/sleepy?
      17. ¿Qué quieres? – What do you want?
      18. ¿Qué pasa? – What’s going on? (I ask this when he is fussing about something and there’s obviously nothing wrong.)
      19. ¿Dónde está el otro calcetín? – Where is your other sock? (Because…kids these days!)

      Polite Spanish Phrases

      1. ¿Cómo amaneciste? – How are you this morning/ How did you sleep? (Literally, a very polite “How did you dawn/rise?”)
      2. Buenos días – Good morning.
      3. Buenas noches – Good night.
      4. ¿Tomaste una buena siesta? – Did you have a good nap?
      5. De nada / Con mucho gusto – You’re welcome.
      6. Por favor – please
      7. Qué descanses – Sleep/rest well!
      8. Para servirte – At your service

      Encouragement

      1. Qué bien – really good
      2. Buen trabajo – Good job!
      3. Tu puedes – You can do it!
      4. Bien hecho – Well done!
      5. Intenta otra vez – try again.
      6. Lo hiciste bien – you did it well!
      7. Me gusta – I like it.
      8. Eso – that’s it! (This was the first word in any language Baby J responded to, by wiggling happily and smiling.)

      Photo by Jelleke Vanooteghem. ¿Estás jugando? – Are you playing?

      Endearments

      1. mi tesoro – my treasure
      2. mi cielito – literally, my little sky. (For example, Vamos, mi cielito, te acostaré. = Let’s go, my darling, and I’ll put you to bed.)
      3. mi amiguito – my little buddy/friend (amiguita is for a little girl)
      4. mi amor – my love (mi amorcito would be like my little love)
      5. Te amo / te quiero – I love you.

      Spanish Phrases/Commands for Older Children

      1. Apaga la luz – Turn off the light.
      2. Cierre la puerta. – Close the door.
      3. Pon la mesa – Set the table.
      4. Tiende la cama – Make the bed.
      5. Guarda los juguetes – Pick up the toys.
      6. Te toca – It’s your turn.
      7. Me toca – It’s my turn.
      8. Gané – I won.
      9. Ganaste – You won.
      10. Cepíllate los dientes – Brush your teeth.
      11. Cepíllate el pelo – Brush your hair.
      12. Vaya a jugar – Go play.

      Photo by Conner Baker. Otra vez, Papi! – Do it again, Daddy!

      A Few Common Words Used with Babies

      1. guácala – gross (Latin American colloquial word I heard often in Honduras – small children often think it sounds funny!)
      2. baba – slobber (I just had to ask someone about this word, because teething days are upon us! And babero is bib, just so you know.)
      3. pañal – diaper (Actually, in Honduras I usually heard the brand name “Pampers.”)
      4. las pompis – bottom (the “nicer” word for butt)
      5. boquita – little mouth
      6. deditos – little fingers
      7. limpio – clean
      8. sucio – dirty
      9. comida – food (leche is milk)
      10. cosquillas – tickles (Quieres cosquíllas? – Do you want to be tickled?)

      You can often consult a dictionary if it’s just a single word you need help with–there are plenty of free Spanish dictionary apps and other resources. Or, if you have a smart home with Alexa, install her Spanish tutor.

      Want to Print This List for Use in Your Home?

      Below is the free printable in pdf format. (If it doesn’t work for you, sign up for our emailing list, let me know you’d like the printable, and I’ll email it to you!)

      Click here to download the list of 100 Useful Spanish Phrases!

      If you’re providing a Spanish/English bilingual home for your baby, what are some of the most common Spanish phrases/words you use? How about those of you who are making a home bilingual in English/another language?

      Please let us know in the comments! We’d love to hear from you.

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