Best Baby Shower Stand-Out Gifts

So What Do You Give A Mom-to-Be? We’ve Got a Few Ideas on some Baby Shower gift sure fire winners. 

It really is the thought that counts when it comes to giving gifts. But when you’re shopping for a mom-to-be, you want your gift to be something useful and helpful, right? If you’re stumped on what to give, we have some advice on giving the best baby shower presents.

We know how hard it is to resist that ridiculously cute onesie or the swaddle covered in little bees. Baby stuff is so cute it should be illegal! But when it comes to buying gifts for expectant parents, necessity and usefulness is key. Think about it: when their babe gets their first stuffy nose or is up all hours of the night with gas, mama isn’t going to be reaching for the ruffled diaper covers. You’re not just buying a baby gift - you’re giving the gift of help when parents need it most. Consider what gifts are going to be making mama and papa send a silent thank you your way during critical times with their new little one. There’s plenty of time for cute onesies and toys down the road - the best baby shower presents are the ones parents need and will use from the moment they bring their bundle of joy home.

The Best Baby Shower Presents You Can Give

• FridaBaby Baby Basics Kit: A gift that includes everything a new parent could use in one cute little box? This is a winner. The Baby Basics Kit comes with a NoseFrida and four filters, five Windi tubes for baby gas, one SnipperClipper set to keep those baby talons at a safe length, and one SkinSoother for bathtime. Everything is packaged together in a zippered pouch, so it can go from room to room. Honestly hospitals and birthing centers should give these kits as parting gifts when parents leave with their babies, that’s how amazing and useful they are. 
• 3-in-1 Humidifier, Diffuser + Nightlight: There’s nothing worse than being up with a fussy, stuffy babe and not having a humidifier handy, so make sure mama has one! This one is a triple threat and is a humidifier, nightlight, and diffuser all rolled into one cute little machine. It’s also super quiet, so you can use it during naptime and at night without fear of waking the sleeping babe. So it’s definitely not one of those ‘just in case’ baby products - it will end up being one of the most-used, we guarantee it.
• Labor + Delivery Kit for mom: Presents shouldn't just be focused on baby! Mom will need some TLC, too once baby arrives. Be considerate of mom and her lady parts and show up with Labor and Deliver + Postpartum Recovery Kit. It has everything she needs to get her from the delivery room to the first bathroom trip. . . we promise she will thank you later. 
• FridaBalls for dad: Picture, if you will, a baby-wearing dad. Now, focus on where those kicky little baby feet are located. Lines up perfectly with a certain part of dad’s body that should only be treated gently, right? All it takes is one swift kick to the family jewels to make baby-wearing lose its appeal, so give the gift of protection with FridaBalls. These comfy boxer briefs have a built-in soft protective pouch to protect dad’s gentle bits, so kicks and headbutts and flying toddler X-Games maneuvers don’t leave him doubled over in pain.