Gift Cards. New parents need simple foods. Instead, it may be their first request (after a deep sleep, yes). Whether it’s gift cards at restaurants that offer delicious food, or signing up for a food preparation section, such as New or RealEats, you will not go wrong with this gift. Plus, it takes very little effort to buy and package!
Hours of postpartum doula. Postpartum doulas provides a wide range of support for new families, including childcare and nursing care, food preparation, household chores, running, and more. Find a postpartum doula by searching on DoulaMatch.net or Google “postpartum doula near me.” Most postpartum doulas offer packages or shopping hours, which can be given to new parents.
Self-care gift card. Self-care can come in many forms, depending on one’s preferences. Think about your recipient (or ask around) to find a quick gift that will make their heart sing. Other ideas: pedicure, manicure, massage, acupuncture, Reiki, salt scrub, floating therapy, chiropractic section, yoga classes or Pilates, sessions with nutritionists.
Drawing section. If you know that these new parents have not yet started working with a professional photographer, find someone close to them who might be there to take a picture of their family next year. Many artists offer gift packages / packages. This gift lasts a lifetime!
Cold hard cash. Or, a Visa or Mastercard gift card. New parents have a lot going on, including financial stress. Cash can it seems without thinking, but almost always very commendation. Dress in a cute card or cute cardboard box and voila, shopping is over!