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The day that I became a Mother, April 8th, was the best day of my life – by far. Although William is truthfully the best Mother’s Day gift I could ever ask for… even the happiest and most fulfilled mothers can use a little something to let them know that they’re appreciated, or to make their jobs a little bit easier.
That’s where Pottery Barn Kids comes in.
As you can see in this post here, most of the large items in William’s nursery are from Pottery Barn Kids. But in addition to those large items, they also have countless smaller items that make my life as new mom easier on a daily basis. So this Mother’s Day, if you’re shopping for a new mom, or really any mom… Pottery Barn Kids is a great place to start.
The post above highlights some of my favorite Pottery Barn Kids items that we use constantly in our home, and most of them were items that I didn’t even know I needed! At my shower, I was gifted the PBK changing pad and various covers, and since then, we’ve bought three more. We have one on my nightstand, one in William’s nursery, one that we use for bath time in our kitchen (as pictured above) and we even have one in our living room. Yes – we are those people.
In addition to the changing pads, I love all the personalized items that Pottery Barn Kids offers. A wise woman once said, “If it’s not moving, monogram it,” and I adhere to that school of thought completely. You can pretty much monogram everything from PBK- and from the photos above, you can see that I take full advantage of that service. Everything from their organizational baskets, to their sleep sacks, to their bath towels, to their diaper bags – all of them are monogram-able (is that even a word?!?) and all of them make for incredibly thoughtful gifts for Mother’s Day.
So what’s at the top of my list this Mother’s Day? This necklace… to keep my sweet baby boy close to my heart always… this baby food maker… and this first year frame!
*** A huge thank you to Pottery Barn Kids and Williams Sonoma Inc. for being amazing and sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.