With Mother’s Day being just around the corner, chances are you need some ideas for the soon-to-be mom in your life. From gifts from the heart to the more practical gifts these are ideas that will help you to pick the best Mothers Day gift!
The aches and pains that come with pregnancy can become unbearable especially nearing the end. Achy feet and back, sciatic nerve pain, and feeling tired all the time. Help this mom-to-be rest, relax, and rejuvenate with a pre-natal massage.
Cost: $130 for 1 hour
Take this time to head out to your favourite vacation destination that is close by or if your doctor gives the clear take that holiday that’s farther away. Relax, take naps, explore and enjoy each others company. Soon enough the focus will be on your little one.
Cost: Average is $500 to start but could be more or less depending on location, the amount of time etc.
Looking for a thoughtful gift that is also the perfect way to capture a special moment in the pregnancy? A heartbeat necklace is it. You can find many people on Etsy that offer this type of custom work in a selection of materials from white gold to sterling silver.
Cost: Prices start at $32 on Etsy
Find some Maternity dresses, set the scene and capture that growing belly with some beautiful pictures. If you have older children include them in the photoshoot too. There are so many cute picture ideas to include the whole family. If you are taking the pictures, check out Pinterest for Maternity photoshoot inspiration.
Cost: Average prices start at $450, however many amazing local photographers offer mini sessions or Mother’s Day specials. If you are a picture taking pro yourself, consider this a DIY project
A fun and cool way to document your belly during your pregnancy and it’s something that you can do together. When it’s all complete and dry paint it to match the nursery and hang it on the wall. It also makes a great photo prop for your little one’s first pictures and other creative ideas can also be found on Pinterest.
Cost: $30 via Toys R Us
Definitely a favourite for many during their pregnancy, the snoogle is a horse shaped pillow that offers support for the belly or back (depending on which way you use it)support between your knees and is all around comfortable. Perfect for sleeping or for relaxing it can also be used beyond pregnancy.
Cost: Starting at $85, different prints available via Toys R Us
When you’re pregnant sometimes even the simplest of tasks can make you tired, and that includes housework. Maybe your partner or others can help, maybe not and if you have kids it all just might seem like an impossible feat. Having the option to use a cleaner for those times either before or after you have the baby is a nice idea, it’s just one more thing that’s off of your mind and can let you focus on taking care of yourself and the baby!
Cost: Average prices start at $159 for a 3 bedroom home
Tip | Check out what Groupon has to offer in your area. This can be a great way to get some of these gifts on a budget. Many reputable and popular business offer deals via this option so take a look.
Do you have some more ideas on what to get a soon-to-be mom for Mother’s Day or is there a gift that you received that you absolutely loved? Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram or leave a comment below!