We’re at the point in our lives where our friends and family members are all having babies – meaning we’re having to buy more and more presents for newborns. It can be difficult to think what to buy new parents, and we definitely like to try and think outside of the box to try not to purchase possible duplicate presents . With that in mind today we’re sharing some of our favourite items that we’ve stumbled across lately.
Bob & Blossom – we found Bob & Blossom on Instagram. They sell cute t-shirts and sweatshirts, for baby’s and children. They also sell tutus and party skirts, as well as other pretty things. Take a look at their website here.
Baby Toys – JoJo Maman Bébe
We find JoJo one of the best places to peruse for newborn gifts, you’ll find a whole host of super soft baby toys to choose from. These lovely jellycat soothers are great for babies.
Aden + Anais – sell beautiful swaddling cloths and blankets and also sleeping bags. These beautiful products are made of high quality muslin. They are soft to touch and make a beautiful present. Find out more here.
Something for the new parents – we’re always keen on giving the new parents something – as the focus will naturally be on the new arrival. Therefore we think its lovely to give something to the parents to enjoy. It may well be some home cooked food or bought meals that parents can pop into the oven easily. COOK, frozen meals are the perfect option for new parents. Or something for Mum to indulge in such as some chocolates or body cream or the like.
Don’t Buy Her Flowers offers a whole range of packages for new mums (and Dads, let’s not forget the Dads). View the website here. They also feature COOK vouchers, as mentioned above. Below is ‘The Book Package’.
Products we’ve previously featured in pocketnannies:
Little Maldod Newborn Gift Sets – We have previously reviewed these items in depth here. You can create a lovely sensory gift for a newborn baby, choosing specific products yourself.
Viv & Joe – we have also featured these beautiful cashmere baby slippers on pocketnannies previously here.
What are / were you’re favourite presents when your baby arrived? What presents would you recommend for the family of a need baby?
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