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10 Gifts Every Mom Wants for the Holidays

Here are 10 gifts every mom wants for the holidays that you can add to your wishlist that I think almost every mom would love.

Published December 7, 2015 Opinion

by Nina Spears

The Baby Chick®: Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum Expert

When was the last time someone asked you to make a Christmas List, mama? The answer is pretty much never. You are the list fulfiller, not the list haver. This is why I’ve decided to create a great list that I think almost every mom would love. Go ahead a share this with the hubs and family members to give them a little hint on what would be great to receive this holiday season. 😉

1. Spa Retreat

Instead of a basket of fancy bath and body products (even though I do love LUSH products), a treat to the spa is always a key to any mama’s heart. Ask for a gift certificate that you can use for a massage, facial, manicure, pedicure — whatever your heart desires. Nothing says “I love you” like a day of pampering.

2. Day at the Salon

It’s rare that you ever have time to do things for yourself, so a day at the salon is a great little luxury. Dads, for the holidays, get her a full day at the spa. She can then color her hair, trim/cut her hair, get a blowout, and maybe a few other services. You could get a Brazilian blowout, eyebrows waxed, mani/pedi, etc. Having a day to get pampered (sans kids) is quite a treat.

3. At-Home Spa Day

Sometimes a mom just doesn’t feel like leaving her house. Maybe you just had your baby, are still recovering, and want some extra TLC at home. It would only make sense to have everything brought to you. As a holiday gift, schedule a massage therapist to come to the house or have someone come by to give mom a manicure/ pedicure at the house for her to relax. If she just had a baby, schedule a postpartum doula to help and watch over your new baby so she can fully enjoy her at-home retreat.

4. Weekend of Solitude

This may be the best gift for moms ever. Have the hubby and kids check you into a quaint hotel or bed and breakfast for the weekend. Shop, sleep, read, watch movies, eat, drink wine and champagne, you name it! It will be the perfect recharge and getaway just for you.

5. Day to be Lazy

Imagine receiving a cute card saying you have the whole day off and can relax at home. Woohoo! The only thing on your agenda today is to lay on the couch and watch chick flicks with a glass of wine. How divine!

6. Hall Pass

No, not that kind of hall pass. The kids could make a cute little coupon booklet that gets mom out of having to do all the things you usually take care of daily. Whether laundry, dishes, carpooling, or whatever — having a break here and there is a wonderful gift.

7. A Cleaning Service

Even if it’s only a one-time thing — hiring someone to deep clean the house from top to bottom is a gift you, as the lady of the house, really can’t put a price on. I’m sure you’d be so grateful to have a clean house that you didn’t have to clean. Even though it may only last for a bit before the kids walk in. 😉

8. Something from the Heart

A video message from the kids telling mom (you) why they love and appreciate you. Or even a sweet, hand-written card. Those things touch the heart in a way no material present can beat.

9. A Date Night

From your partner/hubby, have him pick a date night in the near future and get a babysitter all lined up. Tips for dads: make a cute little invitation asking her to go out for a night on the town — just the two of you. Trust me, simply taking it upon yourself to get the babysitter is a gift.

10. A Personal Chef

Like the cleaning service, this can even be a one-time deal. Your family could hire someone to come in and take the weight off your shoulders for a night (or more, if possible.) If you can’t afford a personal chef, have the family take over several meals or maybe (dads) cook some nice dinners for her. Oh — and make sure they do the dishes too!

Also, Chris Hemsworth, Ryan Reynolds, Ryan Gosling, Michael Strahan, or Scott Eastwood under the tree (better yet, in the laundry room, folding) is exactly what this lady wants for Christmas. lol!

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Nina is The Baby Chick® & Editor-in-Chief of Baby Chick®. She received her baby planning certification in early 2011 and began attending births that same year. Since then, Nina has… Read more

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