Did people provide gift receipts with your gifts? Is that customary at baby showers? Or do people just assume you need what you got them and not include a receipt (even if the stuff isn't from a registry)?
This curiosity was prompted because my best friend just had a shower two weekends ago for a second child. She had a small registry and she prepared herself for no gifts (since it was her second) but instead she was bombarded with gifts -- just nothing from her registry ... ALL (literally) clothes. She was super thankful to get anything but they were already set on clothes so she ended up exchanging nearly all of it for things on the registry ... but because there weren't receipts she got "lowest marked price." Not that big of a deal but that's why receipts can be handy.
Just wondering what commonly happens with baby shower gifts. I tried to remember if I ever included a receipt and I don't think I ever do but I always buy off registry so the purchases are logged and the registry can be used as the receipt instead.