Mother’s Day Gifts for the Workout Mom

Mother’s Day Gifts for the Workout Mom

1. Forget diamonds! MBT Sneakers ($249) are a girl’s best friend. Designed to give you a total body workout, making you work your muscles with EVERY step you take, these amazing shoes are worth every penny. (They’re cheaper than Manolos, and you can wear them everyday.) Don’t be fooled by the pictures; they look so much better in person and are heaven on your feet. Don’t believe us? 50+ women gave them the thumbs up at Zappos. 2. Help mom graduate from strolling with baby to jogging with the popular BOB Revolution Jogging Stroller ($360). Make sure she keeps track of her steps with a handy Strollometer ($40). 3. Mom deserves to look good while she breaks a sweat, so outfit her in the latest workout gear from Stella McCartney for Adidas ($60 and up). So stylish, she can wear it any time of day. 4. If mom is a yoga or pilates buff, treat her with this crazy-chic yoga bag by Crescent Moon ($100). Just like mom, it multi-tasks and can move from one setting to another beautifully.

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  • Bring back memories of dancing in the malt shop to The King's numerous Top 40 jukebox hits! Ceramic Elvis® Juke Box Lamp with decorative paper shade looks great in the den, living room or game room! 18" tall with shade; base is 4.... Bring back memories of dancing in the malt shop to The King's numerous Top 40 jukebox hits! Ceramic Elvis® Juke Box Lamp with decorative paper shade looks great in the den, living room or game room! 18" tall with shade; base is 4.75" x 3.5"; shade is 11" diameter

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  • If this is Daddy’s first Father’s Day, make it a memorable one with these fun and practical New Daddy gifts. 1. DadGear Diaper Vest ($79): For the Dad who refuses to carry a diaper bag. Smart pockets hold diapers and other ba... If this is Daddy’s first Father’s Day, make it a memorable one with these fun and practical New Daddy gifts. 1. DadGear Diaper Vest ($79): For the Dad who refuses to carry a diaper bag. Smart pockets hold diapers and other baby essentials—a changing mat, too! 2. Daddy Tee ($26.50): This shirt says it all: Men who change diapers rule. Ain’t that the truth! 3. Baby Bjorn Carrier ($80): The easiest way to create bonding time for Dad and Baby. Bonus, Dad can walk off those sympathy pounds. 4. Wry Baby New Dad Gift Set ($40): Because Dad can use some laughs…and some basic baby handling tips. Hilarious onesie demonstrates proper way to play with baby (read: avoid throwing baby way up in the air). 5. Labor & Delivery Survival Kit ($45): And if Dad’s still waiting for baby’s grand entrance, gift him with this cool kit packed with everything he needs for the labor and delivery room. All bases are covered—from his coaching duties to photography and contact lists.

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