What better way to congratulate her on becoming a mama than with a 14k gold-plated necklace? This simple, but gorgeous piece has the perfect sentiment to welcome her to motherhood. Also available in silver. $44, oliveandpiper.comPhoto: oliveandpiper.com
Life is a lot simpler when you have a sturdy tote to schlep around all the things a new baby (and mom) need. We love this bag by Toronto designer Bookhou. It’s waxed canvas, so can withstand all types of weather.
Zip tote, $138, etsy.comPhoto: Bookhoudesign via Etsy
This rocker is a splurge-worthy item, appreciated most during sleepless nights. Plus, its sleek design makes for an effortless transition into everyday living room decor once your baby has grown.
Nurseryworks Sleepytime Rocker, $1000, lussobaby.comPhoto: Lussobaby
The new mom will love slipping her feet into these soft sheepskin mocs while burning the midnight oil. Bonus: The cuff flips up, creating a cozy booty.
Alena cuffed slipper by Ugg Australia, $120, victoriassecret.comPhoto: Victoria's Secret
Some special personalized bling is a sweet way to reward the hard-working mama.
Baby name necklace, starting at $44, etsy.comPhoto: JewelryVV via Etsy
A woolly blanket scarf is perfect for warmth or dressing up an unshowered look. It’s also a terrific nursing cover!
Wilfred diamond mosaic blanket, $85, aritzia.comPhoto: Aritzia
Let the new mom document every special moment with the iPhone 6s. It packs a powerful 12-megapixel camera that shoots 4K video and offers loads of storage space. Baby, meet Instagram. Instagram, meet baby.
iPhone 6s, starting at $529 on select plans, rogers.comPhoto: Rogers.com
These bracelets are subtle and chic. We love that you can choose the zodiac sign of your new babe.
In the stars bracelets, $58 US each, katespade.comPhoto: Kate Spade
If your love is a foodie and enjoys cooking, high-end cookware is a well-deserved gift. Beware: If she doesn’t cook or enjoy being in the kitchen, you should probably steer clear.
Le Creuset round French oven, starting at $400, thebay.comPhoto: The Bay
This simple gift is great because it can be tailored in so many ways! Nothing will cheer a tired new mom up more than a beautiful bouquet of flowers. If you’re in the Toronto or Prince Edward County area, Coriander Girl is a beautiful shop to check out. Their floral arrangements (shown above) start at $40.Photo: Coriander Girl
After nine months of growing a human, your lady will appreciate some well-deserved spa treatments. Especially because now she can actually see her feet! Send her for a mani and pedi, or go all out with a spa day complete with massages, facial treatments and anything else her weary body craves.
Check out some of our favourite spas across Canada.Photo: Scandinave Spa Whistler
Want to go beyond material possesions? Hiring a night nurse to help with those long, long, long nights with a newborn can be a lifesaver.Photo: iStockphoto