You could take said bibs and onesies and clothes-pin them on to a piece of rope. Decorate the pins with little pink or blue baby things (can find at a craft store like AC Moore). Arrange the clothes line with things attached in a basket or a hamper so when mom starts at one end the clothes will unfold, so to speak. I dunno if that makes sense but it's a really unique way to recieve a gift.
At a baby shower a few years ago, we had all chipped in for onesies and bibs and decorated them ourselves, then wrapped them and gave them all to the parents. It's a practical gift but a little more personalized and fun than happy little bears and bows.
I had also seen a website that showed baby stuff, like bibs, onesies, receiving blankets, etc., folded up into animal shapes. The eyes, mouths, ears, wings and feet were rattles and pacifiers. I'll do a search for the page or see if it's still linked in the bookmarks on the other computer and edit this if I find it.
PSU 2-7 (0-6 Big Ten) How long til college hoops tips off? "You rock, Rolfski. You are one hep cat." "Ya, ya, sock it to me."
Fear not -- Shane wasn't on -- Toast Jr is just having an abstract philosophical dilemma. Juggling several of them is the only way to go. Since they split the rosters, I'd say its almost mandatory to have at least one fave / lust-interest per show.