1. Knot Genie (can) | 2. Initial Letter Necklace (can) | 3. Mag Oil | 4. Saje Diffuser
5. Kid Quotes | 6. Smartphone Stroller Mount | 7. Sleepy Lotion | 8. Aira Slippers
9. Miss Fong Diaper Bag (can) | 10. Badger Night-Night Balm (can) | 11. Ulla (can)
12. Calm Meditation | 13. Wi-Fi Monitor (can)
IT’S GIFT GUIDE TIME! All this week we’re sharing our top gifts for the Holidays. Our 2018 Holiday Gift Guides are coming at you starting today running until Friday. 5 days of Holiday Gift Guide Glory! Starting things off with a Gift Guide for Mom!
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been making Christmas shopping lists for the last 2 months. The season of giving is quickly approaching, which makes now… GO TIME! Time to start making some decision on what to buy your mom, your bestie, and your dog walker.
When it comes to the mama’s in your life, today we gotchu’ covered. I compiled a list of 13 things that would make any mama delighted to open on Christmas morning. From a body lotion with raging reviews on aiding with sleep to slippers on those always-too-early mornings and even a baby monitor controlled through your smartphone.
Without further ado; here are the 13 gifts that top our 2018 Gift Guide for Mom!
I can’t be the only one that struggles with knots and I don’t mean just on my children’s heads. This brush is a god-sent for anyone, adult or child who struggles with knot-problems.
All mama’s love their accessories especially when it’s engraved with their babies initials. I love that these necklaces are simple enough to wear everyday and perfect for layering for a mama with multiple children.
I just heard about Magnesium Oil for the first time this year. Feeling a little behind the eight-ball. People swear by this product in helping them sleep better and longer. Don’t believe me, check out all the reviews!
I use my diffuser on the daily. From helping us avoid flu season, to unwinding on a busy day to helping me concentrate while I try to cram in 6 hours of work in the 45 minutes left in Stella’s nap. One cannot go wrong with buying a mama an essential oil diffuser.
KID QUOTES BOOK
Their children are walking meme’s damn it!, give them a book to write down all the funniest moments and phrases their kids say. The hashtag #shitmykidsays didn’t just happen on accident. This book is golden.
I swear mother’s everywhere dream about having 4 arms. No? Just me? This smartphone stroller mount is brilliant, and clearly made with a mother in mind. I bet it was made by a mother too.
Just as the name insinuates, and maybe the hundreds of reviews online helps. But this lotion is a exhausted mama’s dream come true. Pun absolutely intended. It sells out fast and people don’t like that. Get your hands on some and I can only assume it feels much like winning the lottery.
I ask for slippers every year. These beauties are on my list this year.
DIAPER BAG BACKPACK
I bought this exact backpack just before leaving to Disneyland in October. It’s gorgeous, super funtional and free’s up my hands and the already small space under our stroller. It’s beauty won me over, its price convinced me.
Do we see a pattern here? What can I say, Mama’s like their sleep. You know what they love even more, babies that sleep. THEIR babies that sleep. Badger’s Night-Night Balm helps with that!
Drink water they say, it helps with so much they say. If only their was someone to remind us.
CALM MEDITATION APP
Forbes tells us that meditation can reduce anxiety, treat and prevent depression as well as increase body satisfaction. Tell me another gift that can do this for a mama? I’m thinking this ones a no brainer, calm meditation app for the win.
Not all baby monitors are created equally. This one by Safety 1st stands out from the rest. Connecting to your phone, providing the clearest video I have ever seen, night or day, is a great gift idea for the mama who wants to keep a close eye on baby. Whenever. Wherever.
This concludes today’s Gift Guide, but we will be back tomorrow. Sharing our picks for the men on your list. What’s a gift guide that doesn’t help with finding something for the people in our lives that seem to have everything or need nothing. Oh men! You make this so difficult!