Beautiful gifts for a newly pregnant friend
A collection of beautiful, modern and quality gifts for a pregnant friend
Our collection of mum to be gifts are the perfect way to celebrate a friend’s pregnancy announcement. A way to show your pregnant friend that you love and support her on her motherhood journey, whether she is just beginning or extending upon it. A way to tell her you are there to support her in any way that she might need during her pregnancy, and once her baby is born.
Chiming Pregnancy Necklaces
A Pregnancy necklace known as a ‘harmony ball necklace’ is a chime pendant worn by an expectant mother throughout her pregnancy, which makes a bell sound as it bumps against her growing bump during everyday movement.
A Harmony Ball’s chime sound encourage a special bond between an expectant mother and her baby. Legend also suggests that a harmony ball’s chime call’s upon an expectant mother’s guardian angel for protection and support, and to bring a feeling of calm and harmony to her pregnancy.
An extra special gift
for a first time mum
In time, your Harmony Ball Necklace will become a special keepsakes. A reminder of the flutters, kicks and hiccups experienced during pregnancy.
New mum to be gifts
UNIQUE BABY SHOWER GIFT
Create a Baby Book using illustrations from mum to be’s friends and family. This unique gift will help to teach baby their ABC’s and 123’s. Read and shared this special book with baby as they grow.
The perfect Baby Shower Game!
A fun and inclusive activity all guests will enjoy.
More gifts for a pregnant friend
A present for a pregnant friend, not for baby
Supporting a friend during pregnancy
Some ideas to help you support your friend before baby arrives
Help mum to be stay active
As the third trimester and impending her due date approach, the thought of exercise can be overwhelming.
Now is a great time to help your pregnant friend stay active. Offer to take a walk with her, do a yoga or aqua aerobics class. The benefits of being active throuhout pregnancy include increased energy, improved fitness, reduced back and pelvic pain, improved posture, improved circulation and more1.
Choose aerobic activities – activities that make your heart beat faster – like walking fast, dancing, swimming, or raking leaves. You should still be able to talk during these activities. – healthfinder.gov
She may next extra support during the Winter months when it’s dark earlier and cold outside.
1. Source: Better Health Channel
Help her plan ahead
Expectant mums are usually expecting things to change once baby arrives, but often the reality can be harder than one had imagined it might be.
Help her plan some things ahead. For example, some meals for the freezer (think lasagne, curries and stir fry’s with rice,) that can be heated in minutes when cooking is the last thing on everyone’s mind. Or some yummy yet healthy snacks that will fuel her body, and can be eaten on the go (think home made protein balls or slices).
Book a hair appointment for a few weeks after baby has arrived. Or a massage. Or a cleaner to come and help her around the house for a few hours.