How To Save Money When Holiday Shopping For The New Parents In Your Life
WIth all the baby showers and celebrations for the baby, chances are the needs of the newest family member are already well taken care of. But Mom and Dad have had some major changes to their lives, and while they may not admit it, they could also really use a gift or two. Little Teethers would like to help you score discounts or cashback opportunities on your purchases you make for them “just because.”
- The new parents probably won’t be able to go to a restaurant for a long time. But you can bring the restaurant to them with a meal delivery service.
- The next best thing to bringing the restaurant to them is bringing them everything they need to make dinner. A meal-kit delivery service makes making dinner easy and fun. It saves the trip to the grocery story and gets them to try new recipes.
- Add functionality to their home or apartment with smart devices.
- If they haven’t caught on to the Instant Pot craze, you can enlighten them. In addition to easy one-pot meals, they can use it to make baby food or to sterilize baby bottles.
- You might also want to make a solid investment in the look of your backyard by hiring a professional landscaping service. To save money, just search for Angi “landscapers near me.”
- They’re home so much they are probably Netflixed out. A yearly subscription to Amazon Prime can be bought with one easy payment. You’ll expand their streaming library and get them free shipping from Amazon as well.
Just for Them
- Get them a wine subscription as a perfect pairing to the meal delivery service.
- Everyone bought clothes for the baby, but Mom will need new clothes too. She’ll feel beautiful in a maternity and nursing nightgown, and you’ll have gotten it from a retailer who gives back to organizations that help moms.
- When Mom and Dad need stress relief, the spa time you got them will be just what they need.
It may not seem like much, but one of these caring gestures can bring that overworked new parent a bit of relief throughout the year. They’ll never forget their first year with the new family member, and while they may not show it, all the little things you do to help can make the experience that much richer.
Emily Graham - Mighty Moms
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