10 Fun and Exciting Baby Shower Diaper Games to Play

Baby Shower Diaper Games

Baby shower diaper games have always been a family and friends favorite. Baby shower diaper games don’t only match the afternoon’s theme wonderfully.

They also inspire guests to load your house with one of the most vital baby items for a child’s early years.

A baby shower would be incomplete without a series of amusing games to set the mood for the afternoon’s festivities.

Above all, it is the day to join friends and family to laugh, catch up, and simply relax together before the arrival of the lovely little one.

Explore fun games that go from messy and competitive to creative and relaxing. These games are perfect for people looking for the most hilarious baby diaper themes.

Whatever your plans are, these baby shower diaper games are guaranteed to make your guests laugh while also allowing them to get to know one another.

Here are baby shower diaper games for a memorable afternoon.

1. Dirty diaper door prize

This game is a good icebreaker and provides a simple way to win a door prize. The nicest thing is that there are no rules to follow before you can join.

In this game, you’ll need one diaper for each of your visitors. You can use disposable diapers, cloth diapers, or even napkin diapers.

How to play:

  • Have a collection of dirty diapers before your visitors arrive.
  • You can sprinkle some mustard or something sticky on the inside of one diaper, then close them using tapes or pins.
  • Hand the guests a folded diaper as each of them arrives.
  • Ask each person to introduce themselves and tell how they know the expecting mother, once they are seated.
  • Have everyone open the diapers, once all the introductions are over.
  • The guest with the “dirty” diaper will win a prize.

2. Diaper bag psychic

This is a baby shower diaper game where your guests get to test their psychic skills.

How to play:

  • Pack a diaper bag with different baby items such as clothing, and toys.
  • Make a list of the entire materials in the bag.
  • Don’t allow the guests to look inside the bag, but you can allow them to feel it, shake it, and lift it to feel how heavy it is. 
  • Have your guests make a list on sheets of paper exactly which materials they think are in the bag.
  • Readout your list of items. Your guests receive a point for any item on their list that matches yours.
  • The winner is the guest with the highest points, and the expecting mother gets to keep the bag and items.

3. Price is right

This is a diaper game version of the common television game show. The following baby goods should be made available.

Also, they can be given to the expecting mother once the game is completed.

  • A package of diapers
  • A container of wipes
  • A tube of diaper ointment
  • A diaper genie
  • A diaper bag

Setting up the game:

  • Five envelopes are needed and each marked with the name of one of these items.
  • Put each card in an envelope and write the price of each item on a blank card.
  • Place each envelope and its item together.

How to play:

  • Give each visitor a sheet of paper with a list of the items and five minutes to write down how much they think each item would cost.
  • Open each envelope one after the other to reveal the real price of each item.
  • Everyone who guesses the closest price of an item without going over receives one point for that item.
  • Any player who guesses the real price of an item gets two points.
  • After all of the costs have been revealed, have everyone tally their scores, and the guest with the highest points wins.
  • If you get a tiebreaker, see who can add up the total cost of all the items the fastest, and the first person to shout out the proper figure wins.

4. Mystery diaper

You’ll need 10 disposable diapers and 10 baby care products that will fit inside them, such as a pacifier, a jar of baby food, a feeding spoon, and so on to play this game.

A sheet of paper and a pen would also be required for your guests.

How to play:

  • Number the diapers 1 to 10, using a marker.
  • Put one item inside each diaper and tape it closed so that the item can’t be seen or fall out.
  • Keep a list of which item is in which numbered diaper.
  • Let the guests feel the diapers one by one by passing each diaper around to all of them.
  • Guests should write down the diaper’s number as well as what they think is inside after handling each diaper.
  • Compare your diaper and item list to the guests’ predictions, and the guest who correctly identified most items wins.

5. Name the poopie dirty diaper game

This baby shower diaper game isn’t exactly as gross as it sounds, but it’s still a lot of fun. To play this game, you’ll need the following items:

  • 10 disposable diapers
  • 10 jars of baby food
  • Permanent marker
  • Plastic spoons
  • Paper and pencils

Setting up the game

  • Number each diaper from 1 to 10, using a marker.
  • Place several spoonfuls of each type of baby food inside one of the diapers to produce the “poopie.”
  • Note the type of baby food placed into each diaper, so you have a master list for the game.

How to play:

  • Give all players a sheet of paper and a pencil and ask them to number the page from 1 to 10.
  • Let each guest see, smell, and even taste the contents of each diaper if they are comfortable with that.
  • Players should then make a list of the type of baby food “poopie” they guess is in each diaper.
  • The person with the closest correct guess wins.

6. The diaper pin game

This is a simple game that only requires a slip of the lip to start.

How to play:

  • A diaper pin will be needed for each guest to wear throughout the shower.
  • If someone says the word “diaper,” the first person to catch the person gets to take the pins.
  • The guest with the highest diaper pins at the end of the shower wins a prize.

7. Speed diapering game

This diaper-changing game aims to see who can diaper an “infant” quickly. You can play in teams, like a relay race, or as individuals, depending on how many guests you have.

When both men and women are attending the shower, this game is a fantastic choice, but it’s equally entertaining for a ladies-only affair.

You’re going to need:

  • Child-sized doll
  • Diapers
  • Blindfolding cloth

How to play: 

  • Cover the eyes of the participating guests, and tell them to diaper the doll.
  • The team or visitor that properly paints the “baby” receives a prize in the least time.

8. Setting up changing tables

How quickly do you suppose you could arrange a changing table? Assess your invitees’ speed with this very engaging baby shower diaper game.

Each changing table should have:

  • A baby doll wearing a diaper and a onesie
  • A package of wipes
  • A stack of disposable diapers.

How to play as a team relay:

  • When the game begins, the first participant from each team must unsnap the baby doll’s onesie. The person will also remove the old diaper, clean the baby with a wipe, place the new diaper on the baby, and snap the onesie closed correctly.
  • As soon as the first player finishes, the next team member can begin.
  • Until one of the teams finishes first for the win, the game continues.

How to play as individual contestants:

  • Each player starts when you say go.
  • Following the same process as outlined above for team players, time each player and keep note of how long it takes them to diaper the baby doll.
  • The player who diapers the baby fastest is the winner.

9. What’s in the diaper?

Even as fashions change, there are a few essential baby things that every parent should have.

Pacifiers, infant food containers, baby bottles, bottle caps, rattles, and popular miniature stuffed animals are all examples of items.

Experienced parents should be able to recognize these baby things without even looking at them. To play this game, ask the group to guess what’s hidden within a diaper’s soft padding.

What you’ll need:

  • 5 to 6 diapers, depending on how challenging you’d like to make the game
  • 5 to 6 small baby items that have distinct shapes, textures, or sounds
  • Paper and pen


  • Choose a long table to show your diapers and instructions.
  • Make a numbering of each diaper from 1 to 6.
  • Include a small card that explains the game’s rules. Ask that your guests guess the item inside the diaper just by touching it.
  • Put a piece of paper and pen for each guest to play with within their free time.
  • Name a prize for each winner.

How to play:

  • Invite your guests to pick a piece of paper and write what they think is concealed within each diaper on it.
  • Reveal the items since all your guests have had a chance to guess.
  • Reward the winner with the most correct guesses.

10. Diaper relay race

This entertaining diaper game is designed to keep your guests busy. Here, you’d see how many of your friends suck at putting on a diaper correctly.

What you’ll need:

  • 1 diaper per team (or guest for smaller gatherings)
  • 1 baby doll per team, preferably plastic babies
  • Diaper cream
  • Wipes or toilet paper
  • Powder
  • Blindfolds (optional)
  • Long table


  • Put tiny diapers on a set of plastic baby dolls. Add chocolate candy to the diaper to spice things up.
  • Make a station with a fresh diaper, cream, wipes, toilet paper, and powder for each team.
  • Name one person to be the judge, or have someone keep the timer if you’re going one team at a time.

How to play:

  • Divide your group into three or four teams, depending on the size of your group. Designate a judge to sit at the head of the table.
  • Instruct each member of the team to take on one duty of changing the baby doll: cleaning, preparing, and dressing, either all at once or one team at a time.
  • Whoever finishes fast wins a special party favor.
  • Instruct the teams to perform the task while blindfolded if you wish to add an extra difficulty or if you require a tie-breaker.

It doesn’t matter what set of games you decide to settle for, the fun part is playing them. You can have close friends or relatives organize the shower with you.

The goal is to have fun, so avoid over-complicating the games. Cheers!

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