Mother’s Day is a time to show the moms in your life how much you love and appreciate them. Oftentimes, however, we struggle to find something perfect for the ones who have done so much for us over the years. There are always the classic gifts like jewelry, flowers, and a special family brunch, but sometimes we want our gift for Mother’s Day to be a little more unique and different than the typical gifts. Daily Mom has you covered if you’re looking for something a little different this Mother’s Day with our favorite unique gifts for the person who has sacrificed so much.
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Holidays are a time for dressing up and snuggling up. Twirly dresses and bowties, shiny new shoes and winter boots, footie pjs decorated with Santa and his reindeer – there are so many special ways to stay festive with your child’s style and attire during this holiday season. We here at Daily Mom have found some of the best outfits, shoes, and pajamas for this holiday season so your kids are the stars of the holiday shows. So curl up with some hot chocolate and check out some of the cutest and most festive brands and styles for this holiday season.
Becoming a mother is the most magical time in a woman’s life. We may be sleep deprived, hungry, and in need of a long, hot shower, but the second we get a whiff of that little one’s head, everything else fades away. If you have a new mom in your life, this holiday season is a great time to give her the goods that will help her enjoy those sweet moments while getting through the day to day trudge of having a newborn. We scoured the registries and have put together our list of must-have gifts for the new mom!
Earlier this year, you welcomed a new baby into your family. Before that baby arrived, you likely celebrated with showers and gifts. Babies are so easy to shop for, right? But, now that the baby is here, what do you give for Christmas? We’ve got a few ideas up our sleeves that will make moms and babies alike smile from ear to ear. Read on to find out what baby gifts are in for Christmas 2016.
Thanks largely to Pinterest, the crafting renaissance of the last few years has begun to take on a life of its own. Handicrafts like knitting and crochet are considered social art forms, and were once passed down from one generation to the next by women who met in groups to work and chat. Your mother or grandmother may have tried to teach you one of these skills as a child, but at the time the interest didn’t sink in or the desire wasn’t strong enough to retain the information.
You may be familiar with the Granny Square Blanket. Most likely someone in your family had one when you were growing up, and if not, you definitely saw one across the Barr family couch on Roseanne. This iconic crochet pattern often included mismatched or 70’s era colors, low-cost scratchy yarn, and was just ugly.
Today’s crochet combines the spirit of the women who created the art (1700 lace makers) and the ingenuity of the 1970’s without any of the ugly out-of-date patterns and colors. Now that you are finally ready to learn, this quick guide will help you start the process of learning how to crochet with tools and resources available on the Internet.
Before you grab your passport and fly off to some dreamy destination, you have to pack your bag, and you are going to want to pack a few pieces from Rikshaw Design. Rikshaw creates gorgeous pieces for women, babies, and kids that use hand block printed textiles for an artistic, bohemian style that is perfect for summer and vacation! We have some of our favorite Rikshaw pieces here to inspire you.
If all of your child’s clothes are starting to blend together, it is time to mix it up! Consider trading in the sporty t-shirts and leggings for a more grown-up look. Neige offers a toddler-friendly version of adult looks. Take a look at some of our favorite looks from their Summer collection!
You’ve switched your baby to cloth diapers, started making your own earth-friendly cleaning solutions and even made some reusable shopping bags. Your impact on the environment is something you are conscious of, but have you thought about going “green” on your period?
Castleware pajamas are beautiful and simple pieces your child will enjoy for everyday use. More important than anything else, Castleware pajamas are made of 100% organic cotton. You will know your little one is safe from the toxic chemicals found in conventional pajamas, which are sprayed with flame retardants. Your baby will notice how comfortable they are when sleeping, or during a lazy day spent in pjs.
On warm summer nights, dressing your little ones for bed becomes a choice between putting them in just a diaper, or trying to find pjs that are comfortable for them without being too warm. Thin knit, snug fitting, and organic Skylar Luna pajamas are one of our absolute favorites and perfectly fit the bill!