If you thought that buying a gift for your seventy-year-old mother was something difficult, then for sure you haven’t bought one for a new mother, celebrating perhaps, her very first Mother’s Day as a mother of course.
The thing about buying a gift for a new mother is that it has to be something truly special because if something is certain is that she is feeling a little crazy, she is underslept and of course, underappreciated. She is going to be needing practical gifts that would make her life easier.
So, in this list, we did our best in compiling everything from time-savers and mood lifters to organizers and soothers, gifts she will truly appreciate and love you even more.
As mentioned before if there is something a new mother isn’t getting enough is sleep, so gifting her with an eye mask is a good solution. This will help her sleep during the daytime while the baby is also down for a nap.
If the new mom happens to be one of those hardcore multitaskers that just don’t have time to stay constantly on top of her baby then a baby nap pod will be much appreciated, she can just lay down her baby for a nap, keep it close by, and continue with her daily activities without a problem.
Time for personal space is incredibly limited for a new mom, as the baby will take most of the time, even while they are sleeping a mom is always on the lookout and one of the first victims is the grooming, they just don’t have the time for it, as the baby might need them at a moment’s notice, thankfully nowadays there is something called Dry Shampoos, and they are a gift from the Gods without a doubt and any new mother will love this gift.
Another thing for which new moms have no time for is for personal shopping, not only they don’t have the time, but also their priorities changed, as they tend to buy more things for the baby than for themselves, so, taking this into account you may want to consider buying her clothing items, perhaps a new PJ set, soft, cozy and stylish.
If you want to gift her something relaxing, then you can’t go wrong giving her a Lavender Soap to make her bath time more relaxing with the help of some aromatherapy. Also, you could gift her a Postpartum Bath Soak also with Lavender.
There are new moms who can’t let go of the fact they’ll have those stretch marks forever, and while there is really nothing we can do about that, there is a gift they’ll appreciate is the Bio Oil Multi-Use Skin Oil, now, this doesn’t cure them, but it does help to make them less visible and irritable.
If the new mommy is still decorating the baby’s room, a good idea will be to gift her some useful things, like a Bathroom hamper for the baby clothes.