Posts Tagged ‘Gift’

6 Gifts to Give to a Friend Who Is Grieving

When tragedy and sadness strikes, everyone wants to help. Frozen lasagna and homemade cookies are great, but what happens after the meals are eaten? Where do you turn when everyone goes back to their daily lives? What can you do if you see a friend hurting, and you want to let them know you care, above and beyond treats and time?

Check out these simple, but sure-to-please gifts that will help a grieving colleague, friend, or relative know you care. In addition to letting them know you care, these gifts can truly help sustain the relationship that they’ve lost.

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Unique Gifts for Mom: Mother’s Day 2017

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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Top Gifts for the Beauty Queen Valentine’s Day 2017

Beauty is not in the face; Beauty is a light in the heart – Kahlil Gibran

A celebration of love and beauty, Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to treat your love to a day of relaxation and beauty. We’ve rounded up everything she needs from getting dolled up for a night out on the town to finally tossing out that five year old drugstore eye shadow. It’s gross; toss that stuff. Browse through our picks and show how much you pay attention to her beauty habits, or for ladies who’d rather shop for themselves, splurge on some new must-haves and tell them Cupid sent it your way.

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Gifts for Grade Schoolers Holiday 2016 #DMHoliday16

You can’t believe that they aren’t your babies anymore! Gone are the days that you ran to a store and grabbed a few small toys and picture books for your little one. Your kids have very specific wants in terms of gifts now! You want to get them creative toys, games, and items that will stay staples in the house for more than a few days. Well, look no further than Daily Mom for some great ideas for gifts for your young grade schooler. Whether you are looking for something for imaginary play, games, or something for your very active child, you will find something here for your little guy or gal.

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Gifts for the New Mom Holiday 2016 #DMHoliday16

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! 

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Gift Guide for the Beauty Lover Holiday 2016 #DMHoliday16

We all have that special someone in our lives that is addicted to beauty products. Here’s a hint: if her bathroom drawers are overflowing, or require additional storage, you may have one of these ladies in your life. The practical side of you may roll your eyes at gifting her yet another beauty product, however, we urge you to fight that side away and gift her something you know she’ll love. Because really, who doesn’t love switching up their fragrances or makeup hues? Read on to hear our top beauty product picks for Christmas 2016.

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Not Your Grandma’s Squares – How to Teach Yourself Crochet

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.

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A Week of Teacher Appreciation Ideas

In the course of one day, our children’s teachers are not only their educators; they are their cheerleaders, their defenders, their nurse, their coach, their psychologists, their activists and their friend. Most importantly, teachers are our children’s mentors and role models; the person who has the potential to be one of the most influential individuals in our child’s lives.

One thing’s for sure: Teachers deserve mountains of appreciation. 

Most schools have one week a year, typically in the spring, when the students and parents can shower our teachers and school staff members with adoration and thanksgiving. Teacher Appreciation Week is a fun time to get kids involved with expressing gratitude. Some schools assign a theme to each day of the week so that everyone is consistent, such as bring a flower for your teacher on Monday and a candy treat on Tuesday. In that vane, we’ve come up with a week-long list of ideas to acknowledge the hard work of our wonderful teachers, all of which you can tailor to how simple or detailed you’d like your gifts to be.

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Exploring Conception Methods for Infertility

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 12% of the population who are currently in their reproductive years are infertile. These statistics are troubling, and although fertility can take a significant toll on your emotional well-being, there is still hope! There is hope because as science advances so do alternative conception methods.

The National Institute of Health reports that more than 1/2 of all couples experiencing infertility are able to conceive after receiving treatment. When it comes to which treatment a couple should focus on, it depends largely on the cause of their infertility. The costs of treatments also vary widely due to what treatment path your doctor advises.

Here are some alternative conception methods to keep your hopes running high!

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Gifts for Moms

If there is one gift you want to choose perfectly, it is a gift for a mom. Moms are the absolute best, if we do say so ourselves! It might seem like it is difficult to shop for the mom in your life, but we don’t think it is. Moms love their kids, coffee, wine, and feeling and looking their best. With that in mind, the gifts ideas presented here are custom tailored to the love’s of moms – so you can’t go wrong with any of these to make her day.

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Care-Package Must Haves for The College Girl

Care Package Must Haves for The College Girl

Do you have a daughter or granddaughter that just flew the nest away to college? If you don’t have kids that age yet, perhaps you are looking for a unique gift idea for your faithful babysitter as she leaves for college, or know someone overseas with the military. Regardless of the exact situation, care packages are a simple way to tell someone that you are thinking about them when you are apart. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite brands to feature in our college girl care package must have roundup for this fall.

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2015 Breastfeeding Essentials Guide

Breastfeeding moms everywhere will be rejoicing over this guide. Here at Daily Mom, we have compiled some amazing breastfeeding essentials in honor of Breastfeeding Awareness month. When you commit to breastfeeding you know that generally comes with the spared expense of formula. However, what you might not know is just how many other little products may be beneficial, if not crucial to the success of your breastfeeding. After scouring high and low for the best and most unique products, here are our “essentials”!

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