Mothers Day Gift for Book Lovers
A personalized bookmark with a book and a diary is a wonderful gift for moms who love to read. A heart-shaped bookmark in her favorite color is the perfect way to show your mom you care. Give your mom a book to show her how was her journey with you and in a diary she can make a memory book with you which will be a beautiful gift for your lovely mother. Here we have suggested some books and memory diary of Mothers Day Gift for Book Lovers.
The style of this book is lovely, the tone is really warm and self-aware and the quotes and comments from lots of real moms feels like me and what I have gone through well. I wasn't sure it would be for me since I'm ~20 months postpartum now (and it feels like ages since I was losing my mind with a colicky 4-month old that never got to sleep but as I've read through the chapters and done some of their exercises, I've recognized I don't reflect on my changes/progress nearly enough and have benefited from reflecting.
It helps to make a few small changes that are evidence that you are making progress in caring more for yourself. If you know someone that you think deserves to take up some more space or need to think about themselves and be less ragged, consider giving them this The New Mom Code AND some time to themselves to read it!
2. Tell Me Your Life Story, Mom: A Mother’s Guided Journal and Memory Keepsake Book (Tell Me Your Life Story Series)
If your mom is anything like my mom, then she will love this book as a gift! Let me give you some perspective: she is very hard to shop for (and insists that she isn't), hard to please, loves to have something to talk about, likes to talk about herself and her day-to-day experiences, and will be quick to tell you, via facial expressions, whether or not she likes your gift to her.
With this book, she will be able to relive some moments and memories she forgot about. The questions are worded nicely. There's plenty of writing/ response space and the binding holds up nicely. I'd say that this book is a great buy for a mom who is at least 40 years old, doesn't really talk about her past unless you ask, and doesn't mind reading and writing a little.
Mom, I Want to Hear Your Story: A Mother’s Guided Journal To Share Her Life & Her Love is the simple and delightful way for you to discover everything from your mother's childhood memories to the profound turning points in her life. Featuring specially selected questions in an easy-to-use layout, each intentional section gives your mom a place to share her life with you while creating a lasting legacy. Imagine reading about the details of her life and journey. Think of all you will learn about your Mom when she shares the stories of her and her life experiences. Anticipate the treasure of memories she will give you and your family.
In Mom, I Want to Hear Your Story, you’ll receive:
- Over 250 expertly created questions and prompts to encourage and guide your mom in reminiscing and recording her special life and her memories.
- Each question has plenty of room for her to write and share her life stories.
- Available is a variety of cover versions so you can match this forever gift with your special Mom.
- Lovely formatting rich with illustrations, plenty of space for writing, and much, much more!
- 100% designed, created, and printed in the US.
- Available in hardback and softback versions.
This stunning memory book is a simple and rewarding way to reflect and record. The pages offer space to write a brief line each day, while allowing you to compare today's events with your notes from the same date in years past. With exuberant artwork by Kindah Khalidy on the cover and interior, and with foil accents and a ribbon page marker, this keepsake journal will brighten all your days.
“Knock Knock, It’s Me, Mom” will take you on a spiritual journey to help you heal. It will answer many of the questions you may have after your loss. It will help you to recognize, understand, and ask for signs from your loved ones. The book also provides resources to connect with others who share similar experiences. Her story might make you cry but it will also allow you to laugh. It is a must-read for anyone who has suffered a deep loss, and who may feel that life is no longer worth living.
Carol is proof that it is possible to turn something devastating and horrific into something positive. Through the guidance of her son Brian from the other side, this book was written with unconditional love.
This is one of the best Mothers Day Gift for Book Lovers. I didn't realize how much my sons enjoyed hearing my life stories until I had written them down. I loved how this journal and all the thought-provoking questions touched upon a variety of my experiences as a mother to share with them. The graphics are really stunning and found its layout to be most inspiring. I normally find journal writing to be intimidating, but really enjoyed how the author laid it out so I am inspired to complete it and even more encouraged to share this special keepsake with my sons. This journal was truly a gift not only to me as the mother in addition to my sons. I am grateful for that on so many levels!
Moms: they are there for us through the good, the bad, the scary, the sticky, and everything in between. They also read us a lot of picture books along the way, and now there’s a picture book just for them. Liz Climo brings her trademark wit and adorable drawings to You're Mom: a funny, honest, and sweet homage to motherhood. Detailing the ups and downs of mothering, along with the many paths to becoming a mom and the different types of motherhood, Climo pairs humorous observations with clever illustrations of baby animals and their mothers.
With more than 100 beautiful drawings, You're Mom is a book for the new mom, the seasoned mom, anyone in a mom-like role, or anyone who has ever loved a mom. It’s a thank you to those taking on the challenging role of parenting - and it's also short and sweet, which means you can read it and then hopefully get some sleep!
The first 40 days after the birth of a child offer an essential and fleeting period of rest and recovery for the new mother. Based on author Heng Ou’s own postpartum experience with zuo yuezi, a set period of “confinement,” in which a woman remains at home focusing on healing and bonding with her baby, The First Forty Days revives the lost art of caring for the mother after birth. As modern mothers are pushed to prematurely “bounce back” after delivering their babies, and are often left alone to face the physical and emotional challenges of this new stage of their lives, the first forty days provide a lifeline—a source of connection, nourishment, and guidance.
The book includes 60 simple recipes for healing soups; replenishing meals and snacks; and calming and lactation-boosting teas, all formulated to support the unique needs of the new mother. In addition to the recipes, this warm and encouraging guide offers advice on arranging a system of help during the postpartum period, navigating relationship challenges, and honoring the significance of pregnancy and birth.
The First Forty Days, fully illustrated to feel both inspiring and soothing, is a practical guide and inspirational read for all new mothers and mothers-to-be—the perfect ally during the first weeks with a new baby.
Why don't they tell you how hard and lonely motherhood can be?? This is the book I needed when I was in the trenches with my littles. Those days that felt like they'd never end, when I had no clue who I was outside of a mom, and had never felt so lost and alone. Ashley is the bestie that we all need to pull us out of that stage and remind us that we are in fact women with whole brains and gifts outside of being someone's mother. She offers realistic advice for a mom who GETS IT.
None of this rah cheerleader Instagram mom comparison game that we are SO accustomed to. Real talk- girlfriend to girlfriend. This book will be part of every baby shower/new mom care package I give from here on out! The world needs more encouraging voices like Ashley's!
This humorous new addition to the beloved HOW TO . . . books takes readers through a playful, busy day with Mom. Written in an instructional style, two siblings suggest the best ways to raise a happy, healthy mom—from waking her up in the morning to arranging play dates, to making sure she gets enough exercise, some quiet time, and plenty of veggies! Filled with charming role-reversal humor, creative ideas, and lots of love, How to Raise a Mom is the perfect gift for Mother’s Day—or any day!
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This is such a wonderful book every momma should have. Perfect to get for your momma tribe, momma friends, yourself, grandmothers and your moms. Great gift for birthdays coming up, just because gift and Mother’s Day. Perfect timing of release too during the time when we all can use prayers, uplifting & encouraging messages daily. It’s a wonderful encouragement daily. Even if the nightly prayer doesn’t relate to me directly. I know it does to some women around the world & it allows me and so many others to be reminded to pray for those who can relate to that night’s devotion. The daily readings are not the same as the Facebook posts on their page at night. They are different and wonderful.
I highly encourage you to get this book to help you join us in prayer for all the mommas around the world who can use it daily. Some will be right on point for you, and when others aren’t right in point for you it’s a reminder to still pray it nightly for those who can relate to that. There may be nights where one prayer doesn’t relate to someone, but knowing there are so many women who are praying for you that night is amazing.
This book has been so healing for me. I have three little boys who are 8, 4, and 18months. And with my first two I suffered some serious postpartum depression and with my third a fun new one I had never heard of : postpartum panic disorder. In this book, Leslie share some (very) personal stories alongside some serious facts about early motherhood that just aren’t shared with new mamas at all, if ever. She personalizes them. Makes them more then just data being tossed at you to chew on.
Thanks to her willingness to share the hurts and heartbreaks and what felt like insanity of the first few months of her postpartum journey, and have been able to let go and forgive myself for many things I had held in to. Used to berate myself. To judge my own worthiness as a mother. This book is a new mama, and the experienced mamas, best friend for understanding those first exciting, terrifying, trying months of motherhood.