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A good present for a Mum to be?

Mrs.Z Avatar
7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
My friend is due to drop in 2-3 weeks and am looking for a present as a treat, can anyone recommend anything?

I want something that will be useful/used, not something like a manicure set as that will probably be the last thing on her mind right now LOL!

My budget is about £10, maybe a bit more if I find something worthwhile.

Anyone?
Mrs.Z Avatar
7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Earplugs!
No on a serious note, some lush bubble bath and a book, and some chocs..that would be my ideal :)
#2
my friend did my daughter a basket up of baby oils shampoos cotton wool things like that it looked really nice
#3
Loads of Nappies, wipes, Gas Mask with a card saying welcome to hell lol
#4
Lulu'sMammy
Earplugs!
No on a serious note, some lush bubble bath and a book, and some chocs..that would be my ideal :)

Aah, forgot to mention that she already has 4 children and they are doing up their house, so hardly any free time :-D

tracey.g
my friend did my daughter a basket up of baby oils shampoos cotton wool things like that it looked really nice

Sounds nice, thanks - may try and do that for when baby arrives. Am looking for something for Mummy now, though :)
#5
gr8h8me
Loads of Nappies, wipes, Gas Mask with a card saying welcome to hell lol


lol
#6
chocolates flowers or luxurious bubble bath

and offer to look after her other kids for a couple of hours
#7
[COLOR="Red"]The mum to be isn't the same person as the 8 year old girl, is it?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/534531/looking-for-a-present-for-an-8-9-ye[/COLOR]
#8
All the things she couldn't have whilst pregnant - a decent bottle of wine and some top quality soft or blue cheese like stilton or brie, if she likes cheese of course. Everyone buys stuff for the baby but forget about mamma who has just had a really tough time, so spoiling her's a great idea ;-D. If low budget offer to babysit one night so she can go out and have a kid free night. That's worth its weight in gold too, eating without being interrupted and being able to go to the loo on your own!
#9
jeany123
chocolates flowers or luxurious bubble bath

and offer to look after her other kids for a couple of hours

I am not THAT good! :p

The JFK
[COLOR="Red"]The mum to be isn't the same person as the 8 year old girl, is it?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/534531/looking-for-a-present-for-an-8-9-ye[/COLOR]


LOOOOOOOOOOL! It is her Mum, though :thumbsup:
#10
What about a labour set. - A nice facial spritz, fancy lipbalm, hand cream etc.
Just put it in a nice gift bag with a tag that reads 'Good luck on the day' or something.
#12
BabySmurfette
What about a labour set. - A nice facial spritz, fancy lipbalm, hand cream etc.
Just put it in a nice gift bag with a tag that reads 'Good luck on the day' or something.


I'm due in just over two weeks and would love this! :thumbsup:
#13
has she got a chain you can get a baby charm for? or a bracelet? something to remind her of this time and of you?
#14
BabySmurfette
What about a labour set. - A nice facial spritz, fancy lipbalm, hand cream etc.
Just put it in a nice gift bag with a tag that reads 'Good luck on the day' or something.

Lovely idea, don't suppose you could suggest me some specific items? I know she has quick labours though, like 2 hours :w00t:


Both nice ideas, I think the mug particularly would be suitable for her :)

plumberman01
has she got a chain you can get a baby charm for? or a bracelet? something to remind her of this time and of you?

Lovely idea, but no I don't think she has :)
#15
what about a nice cosey nightie? and bedsocks lol
#16
plumberman01
what about a nice cosey nightie? and bedsocks lol


Thanks but we refuse to use the words nightie and bedsocks in our vocabulary, still young at heart :giggle:
#17
Evian do a nice facial spritz, ive used a FCUK one before too. Burts bees have some lovely lip balms, i just bought a nice orange face wash from them too which is lovely and refreshing.
#18
http://www.hotelchocolat.co.uk/Baby-Boom--Discovery-Box-P390034/

Don't know what your budget is,but this is nice.They have stores nationwide so don't have to order online either.
Personally can't go wrong with chocolate if they like chocolate.
#19
Mama mio have great kits for new mums
#20
http://www.cartoonstock.com/newscartoons/cartoonists/bst/lowres/bstn212l.jpg
#21
Mrs.Z
Thanks but we refuse to use the words nightie and bedsocks in our vocabulary, still young at heart :giggle:


hey me too cheeky:w00t: but a nice baggy t-shirt and some slipper socks to keep her feet warm when shes in labour is nice:oops:

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