Bringing Up Shopping\nThese days, it seems like I am either at a baby shower—or shopping for the next one. It’s the perfect opportunity to pamper your friends with creative, thoughtful gifts. Here are my 10 favorite presents.\nPhotographer Alexi Lumbomirksi recently published a great book about manners in this modern age that all young boys (and their parents) could certainly use as a refresher course. \n\n“Notes for a Young Prince” by HSH Prince Alexi Lubomirski, $12, amazon.com.\nThese onesies are all so soft, I wish they came in an adult size. \n\nBaby cotton pajamas, $38, babycottons.com.\nI am a sucker for anything smocked—especially for baby. \n\nBonpoint x Christine Innamorato dress, $240, bonpoint.com.\nI love giving plush toys for baby showers—they make great decorative gifts and are fun for the kids as well. \n\nHazel Village stuffed animals, $72, barneys.com.\nA new baby means a lot of presents—and a lot of thank you notes. \n\nConnor stationary, $25, connornyc.com.\nYou can’t go wrong with a classic Hermes blanket. \n\nHermes blanket, $870, hermes.com.\nIt’s never too early to start growing a solid shoe collection. \n\nToms, $32, bergdorfgoodman.com.\nThese prints are collector’s items, and are a beautiful addition to any nursery. \n\nHugo Guinness print, $460, johnderian.com.\nMy nieces are nine years old—and still use these ultra-sensitive products. \n\nMustela Bath Time, $42, mustela.com.\nI can think of a million gifts that new mothers would love to receive as a “push” gift, but this multi-color tennis bracelet is the best. \n\nJack Vartanian bracelet, price upon request, jackvartanian.com.