Mother-Daughter 12th Woman head wraps from Harts & Pearls !
Registries are great for the essentials, but sometimes it’s fun to get something a little outside the box.
After months of road-testing, here are my favorite innovative, adorable, unique, and nifty gifts guaranteed to make baby AND mama happy!
MAM Glow-in-the-Dark Night Pacifiers
These little buggers are life-savers for binky-aholics. They glow in the dark so baby or mama can find them in the middle of the night. A new mom wouldn’t even know to think about this, but once she uses them, she’ll be thanking you from head to toe for the genius gift!
Bebe Bottle Sling
The bottle sling is the perfect gift for the busy mom on-the-go. This brilliant contraption allows infants to self-feed when parents needs to tend to other things (like countless loads of laundry). Jason and I found it especially handy to keep Lo content when we went out to eat.
Harts & Pearls Accessories
If you follow me on Instagram or Pinterest, you’ve probably noticed my obsession with locally-owned Harts & Pearls. From scarves to head wraps, H&P has mama and baby covered with fashion forward accessories. The matching mother/daughter headbands make for ridiculously cute gift sets, or score brownie points with any mama by getting her a custom-made nursing scarf in one of H&P’s trendy prints. Below is just a small sampling of what you can find at H&P.
Twinning in our H&P
WSU or UW Motley Head Wraps
H&P Laila Headband
H&P Floral Head Wrap
Delanah and Essie in matching H&P
H&P Reversible Motley
Seahawks Ear Warmers
Mother/Daughter Head Wraps
Amazon Prime/Amazon Mom Subscription
Attempting to get out of the house with a finicky newborn is exhausting. With Amazon Prime you can order anything you could possibly need and get it quickly (within two days) with zero shipping costs. The subscription comes with additional perks like 20% off baby necessities via the Amazon Mom program (click here for a free 30-day trial) and includes video streaming for on-demand movies. You can order Prime as a gift with a one-time charge of $99 for the year.