Two of the year’s best cookbooks: Small Victories, $21, and How to Celebrate Everything, $17.
An everyday anorak, $98, for walks around town together. (I have this and LOVE it.)
The Mothers, a beautiful, lyrical book about young love, friendship and how the decisions we make shape our lives forever. $16.
Funny bottle stopper to keep her Chardonnay fresh. $42.
Moondance candle, $45, with two wicks for double the ambiance.
An iPod shuffle, set up with podcast subscriptions that will entrance her: Fresh Air, How I Built This, The Moth, Modern Love… $60.
Whipped body butter, $15, to give her baby soft skin. All profits go to Feeding America, and each jar bought will provide 85 meals to people in need.
A spoon rest, $24, a random lifesaver for a home cook. (It’s so satisfying NOT to get tomato sauce on the counter!)
A heart necklace, $98, to show her how you feel. (This one is pretty, too.)
Chocolate penguins, $34. No explanation needed.
Foot duvets, $12. The funniest name and they’re insanely, insanely soft. (Update: these sold out fast! Similar here, $29.)
P.S. Last year’s gift guide for moms, and the 2016 gift guide so far…