His parents will love you forever!
There’s no greater joy than giving presents to the people you love — especially when they’re adorable, pint-size baby boy gifts. But once the beautiful baby shower is over and all the classic registry essentials are snatched up, it can be difficult to know what unique gift to get moving forward, whether it’s for a birthday or just because. What gifts will help overwhelmed new parents and convey how much love you have for this amazing baby and his family? Do those kinds of presents even exist?
Of course they do, but the amount of options can make even the most well-meaning and seasoned gift givers feel overwhelmed. That’s why we put together this list of fun ideas — from enriching toys to quality clothes to skincare essentials — that are practical yet feel thought-out and special. Plus, everything is super cute, because you want people to awwww when they open the box, right? Just pick from our list and call it a day — no one has to know how easy it was to find them.
RealityBites: The collective rights argument is DEAD. It has been proven by historians and determined by the Supreme Court to be utterly false. However since this opinion piece raises it, I will accept their gambit and raise the stakes following their line of argument. Cutting to the chase: 6 months after the bill of rights was ratified (December 1791) p, congress passed the 1792 Militia act on May 1792: the text of that act required all men to have rifles that were suitable for military duty and of uniform caliber. Today using DoD standards that rifle would be an M4A1 carbine capable of not just Semi-Automatic Fire but also capable of FULL AUTO fire as well chambered in 5.56 NATO cartridge with DoD 30 round magazines. The scope and the original intent of the second amendment protected weapons that were weapons of war limited to weapons that could be physically carried and in use by the common infantryman. US v. Miller 1939 the Supreme Court accepted this scope and original intent and remanded the case back to the lower courts for clarification because the Supreme Court justices were unsure on whether or not a sawed off shotgun was a common and suitable weapon for military duty ( it was, as it had been widely used by US troops in WW1, and was called a Trench Gun)... and there the case died because the plaintiff Jack Miller did not pay his legal fees because he had disappeared. Jack Miller was a moonshiner. The next time the US Supreme Court took up the second Amendment was in DC v Heller 2008, where the court ruled that the second amendment was also to be extended to weapons suitable and in common use for home defense. In this case the handgun and that it was Unconstitutional to ban an entire class of weapons that was n common use by the public as it was also unconstitutional to require that a weapon be secured in such a way as to hinder the owner of using the weapon In self defense in other words trigger locks and safes ..it was unconstitutional to require an owner to have the firearm secured. There are well over 4 million semi automatic rifles in private hands. I submit that such number easily meets the definition of common use and are therefore protected per DC v Heller 2008 majority decision