17 Best Holiday Gifts for New Moms in 2020
Best Holiday Gifts for New Moms
October 16, 2019

Best Holiday Gifts for New Moms

Best Holiday Gifts for New Moms.
Best Holiday Gifts for New Moms

New motherhood has its ups, it downs and everything in between. We can’t think of a better person to celebrate this holiday season than the new mom in your life. Here are 15 ideas to inspire your gifting.

New moms take a lot of pictures—may as well show them off with this monogrammed phone case that features a custom photo gallery. Bonus: she won’t have to worry the next time she drops her phone.

We’re suckers for comfy pajamas, but especially in those postpartum months. This ultra-soft set is light, stretchy and perfect for days at home snuggling the newest addition.

The last thing a new mom needs to think about is meal planning. Daily Harvest offers a huge selection of healthy smoothies, bowls, soups and more. The best part? Everything is pre-made, flash frozen and ready to eat in just a few minutes.

It’s no secret that newborns love to be held, and it’s also no secret that sometimes new moms need a short break. This baby swing mimics parent’s movements, so babies feel comforted when mom needs to make breakfast or take a shower. It’s Bluetooth-enabled and has an MP3 plugin, so they can play their music during showertime while their babe hangs out in the bathroom with them.

A diaper bag is great, but sometimes mom is going to want to step up her style game. This structured leather tote made from Italian leather is a timeless bag that goes with any look. It’s monogrammable and can be paired with the Tote Organization Insert to help keep everything in its place.

The baby book has gone modern. This (gorgeous) interactive photo journal features prompts to help chronicle baby’s first year. It’s available in a beautiful range of soft neutral colors and comes with a code for a free set of photo prints.

Help a new mom show off her new baby and her great style. This asymmetrical letter necklace is handmade and available in 14K yellow, white or rose gold. And if she’s planning on growing her family, she can send it back to add a new letter anytime.

Being a new mom is lots of things, especially…tiring. This raved-about stick goes on over or under makeup and quickly brightens and refreshes the area around the eyes. It’s cooling, hydrating and contains caffeine for a quick under eye pick-me-up.

It’s easy to forget to stay hydrated when you’re busy taking care of a new baby. This modern water bottle keeps drinks cold for up to 24 hours or hot for up to six, and includes a removable infuser for adding a burst of natural fruit flavor or for brewing your favorite tea.

A warm bath makes everything better. Treat mom to a relaxing soak in the tub with these magnesium bath flakes that help with muscle aches and cramping.

A new baby means lots of gifts, and lots of gifts means lots of thank you notes. Save mom’s hand with this custom, self-inking stamp that will make the whole process a little bit easier.

Has there ever been a product better suited for a new mom? We think not. This smart mug keeps your drink at the exact temperature you like it for up to an hour. (Or indefinitely if you leave it plugged in.) Genius.

There’s no time for a makeup routine when there’s a new baby in the mix. These delicious lip balms (birthday cake, hello!) offer either a sheer sparkle or a subtle tint of color and are just right for stashing in your diaper bag and putting on before you head out the door.

Slippers you can wear both in and out of the house? Yes, please. These beauties are soft and cozy but also really durable. Mom’s feet are already thanking you.

Drying her hair probably isn’t very high on a new mom’s to-do list. Treat her to some pampering (and a quiet, uninterrupted hour by herself…ahh) with a gift card for a blowout or a curl session.

A linen nursing cover likely isn’t something a new mom would buy for herself, so treat her to this one that marries style + function. It’s breathable, easy to put on and pretty enough to rock even when she’s not feeding baby.

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