Gifts for New Parents, That Have Nothing to Do With Baby


By Jenna Milliner-Waddell, New York Magazine


We’ve written a lot about gifts for new moms and dads, but a lot of those gift guides are typically all about the baby. And it makes sense. Babies come into this world with nothing and need, well, everything. But a set of onesies or a bottle warmer is hardly a gift new parents can actually enjoy themselves.

So we talked to parents to find out what they’d really appreciate, from the condiment that would make whatever quick meal they can squeeze in a little tastier to the fancy hand soap they want to use after changing yet another diaper and even the gaming equipment they want to use after they put the kids to sleep. From the super-practical to the slightly indulgent, ahead are 25 gifts just for the new parents in your life…more

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