From cancelled baby showers to solo doctor appointments, our new parents could use extra love this special time of year. Here are a few creative ways to help send some holiday cheer to new mamas and papas this season.
Wrap Up Some Gifts
Send a text to some friends to help shower your new parents in essential newborn gifts. From white Onesies to sleepwear, try wrapping your gifts using one of our flannel blankets. See our quick and easy tutorial here! This cute and practical hack will show the gift was packaged with extra TLC.
Unsure of what to gift? Check out our gift guide here.
Host a Virtual Baby Shower
With mama’s due date around the corner, it may be safest to suggest a virtual baby shower! For a fun, successful time, see these three tips from our recent blog post about hosting a virtual baby shower.
Casseroles, Casseroles, and More Casseroles
Sometimes comfort food is the best kind of comfort. Preheat your oven and give them a heads up you got their dinner covered tonight. Not a cook? Offer to pickup dinner from one of their favorite restaurants.
Drop Off Groceries
Ask for a grocery list, check it twice, and grab some extra diapers to be nice. Drop off bags at their doorstep with a sweet note attached.
Offer to Pickup Laundry
Every experienced parent knows that your laundry load somehow doubles with your tiny bundle of joy. Offer to pick up a bag of laundry one evening and drop it off that next morning.
Gather People for Caroling
Teach your little tots some classic tunes and “Fa-la-la” at the end of their driveway one evening! Not only will this get them in the holiday spirit, they will surely enjoy the (distant) company.
Holiday Outfits for Baby
Surprise and delight their newest addition to the family with one of our limited edition holiday Onesies! These bodysuits not only adorable, but the long-sleeves will help keep them warm. For the colder regions, also gift these blanket sleepers for warm, cozy nights.