Holiday gift guide for the 30 something mom of two who needs a break (aka stuff I like so you may too).

1. Luxurious Pajamas – shorts + top / $120
For years I’ve slept in old t-shirts and target pajama shorts that I continue to wear way past their prime, but lately I’ve been looking for something nicer. I don’t like sleeping in a lot of fabric…no long pants or long sleeves, so I ended up pairing some Barefoot Dream shorts with a satin top. I already had a robe a similar color and I’m really liking getting to put these on as part of my wind down routine in the evening (as much as a mother of a 4 month old can have a wind down routine lol).

2. Soludos Boots / $149
I have their wink espadrille slippers and I love them. I’d been on the look out for some boots and purchased these earlier this year. I have wide feet, so they’re a bit narrow for me, but I still really like them and the color feels very me.

3. Soft + Strong Market Tees / $28-$30
I love how our shirts came out! The Girls tee has a tag that says, “size not indicative of worth.” I’d been wanting to put that saying on an article of clothing for years now and I’m excited to see it come to life in the shop. The long sleeve Soft + Strong tee is crazy soft and the Making Waves tee has a frocket…need I say more?

4. DevaCurl How to Quit Shampoo Kit / $30
For anyone in your life with wavy or curly hair who would like to cultivate their curls, this is the gift for them! I started using DevaCurl products after getting my hair cut at a curly hair only salon a couple years ago. I’ve been really happy with them and highly recommend their products and method for washing / drying curly hair.

5. Peju Province / $28
Since trying this wine I want to drink no other wine. It’s a red + white blend that my parents discovered. You serve it chilled and it will ruin all other wine for you. It’s so fabulous.

7. Fiddle Leaf Fig in a Clay Pot / $195
I’ve wanted to put a fiddle leaf fig tree in our breakfast nook for awhile now. I’m not sure if I can handle the responsibility of keeping it alive at the moment, but if I do decide I’m capable I’d get this one in the clay pot.

6. Stasher Reusable Snack Bags // $12
Being an intuitive eater, you feed yourself regularly, which can involve a multitude of snacks packed in a multitude of ziploc sandwich bags. To cut down on plastic bag use, I’d love to start using the Stasher bags. I’ve heard a lot about them but haven’t tried them out yet. Excited to get some this holiday season for all of my snacking needs.

8. Wall Calendar with wooden hanger / $58
Since having kids, Andrew and I have had to get more organized and one update we’ve made is having a family wall calendar. I ordered this one last year and love the wooden hanger it came with. This year I’ll be ordering these refill pages for it. I love the big block letters and will likely add my own touch to it by coloring / decorating the inside of the letters.

9. Clay Barrettes // $16
The clay theme continues! I love clay jewelry. My favorite pair of clay earrings came from Sigfus. When I saw they created clay barrettes I wanted to immediately purchase them, but decided to wait and get them as a stocking stuff for myself. I wear my hair in a bun or half-up most of the time and these would be a way to add a little something something to my more minimalist hair life.

Anything in particular, on this list or not, you’ve got your eye on this holiday season?

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One comment on “Holiday gift guide for the 30 something mom of two who needs a break (aka stuff I like so you may too).”

  1. Uniquely cool things for the season. I also like clay hairpins. This is a very bright and practical jewelry for women)

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