Women who are new to motherhood hardly have time to bathe, let alone style their hair. Give her some inspiration this season with these headwraps handmade by artisans in Nigeria. $30
You can’t go wrong with any item from this black-owned candle company, but we think muse is the perfect mash up of exotic floral scents that’s sure to put any mother at ease. $14
This thermometer is one the smartest medical devices on the market. With a quick scan across the forehead you can check an infant’s temperature without touching saliva, earwax or other body fluids. Plus, if you sync with the app you have the ability to log symptoms, take notes, and insert photos. We seriously couldn't have hoped for a better device if we created it ourselves. $100
Sonos has been something of an “it” speaker for quite some time, and for good reason. You can plug in, connect, and stream without interruptions or interference. It’s inconspicuous so it’s great for bookshelves, counters, and other places babies love to invade.
For moms who prefer parent/child bonding when on the go, the Moby Wrap carrier is the perfect choice. Why lug around a heavy stroller, when you can wrap her baby in an 100% natural cotton carrier that adjusts to grow with the child? Sounds like a no-brainer.$36-50
Speaking of cleaning, products laced with harsh chemicals and synthetic fragrances are the last thing she needs. Help her clean up life’s unexpected messes in a non-toxic manner. Let her choose her own products and get them sent directly to her door whenever she wants. $40
Show me a mother who doesn’t like looking at pictures of her baby, and I’ll show you a mother who doesn’t exist. Keep her smiling with these sophisticated leather frames that prove she’s still stylish. $85-159
Okay, okay. We admit body wash isn’t your typical holiday gift, but these sweet smelling loofah-friendly washes are a gem. Let her transport her mind to island of her choice when the baby cries are too much to handle. $6
When you have a baby, every second of sleep matters. Instead of gifting her with standard sheets—300 thread count with a semi-soft feel—up her game with a 480 thread count set with a buttery-smooth sateen weave. Baby #2 not included. $149
Help mom keep her home clean with a moping robot designed to clean hard floor surfaces with high amounts of traffic. It’s compact and gets those hard to reach places that she won’t want to bend down to reach— like under kitchen cabinets and around toilets. Just press play and watch it go. Finally, a cleaning tool that’s as simple as it is smart. $199
Breasts generally change shape after pregnancy, but that doesn’t mean women shouldn’t be comfortable. This breathable nursing bra doubles as a yoga bra for when she’s finally feeling like working out again. Even better—mid-waisted matching briefs are also available. $53
New moms spend lots of time at home, so give her cinematic entertainment in the comfort of her own living room. This curved 65" smart television boats surround sound connectivity, bright and vivid picture quality and HDR 1000. Samsung’s best HDR innovation. Read: if she wasn't a tech girl before, she will be now.
Forgetfulness and motherhood often go hand-in-hand, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Let her outsmart herself by attach these tiles to keys, wallet or whatever she thinks she might loose. Open the app and it will identify where the items are. Genius!
$25 (1 pack)