This is the biggest list of gifts for pregnant women I’ve ever seen.
Seriously, over 40 thoughtful gift ideas for pregnant moms all in one place. And, they’re categorized by the best trimester to buy them.
You want to buy her something that is:
- AND will pamper her.
So, let’s jump in with first trimester gift ideas for pregnant women.
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Gifts for Pregnant Women in the First Trimester
In the first trimester, she is most likely tired, nauseous and still soaking in the fact that she is going to be a mother. These gift ideas will help her rejuvenate herself, combat nausea, and pamper like a queen.
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These ginger candies really helped me with my morning sickness. I enjoyed letting one melt into a cup of tea. (Bonus points: made with cane sugar and NO high fructose corn syrup)
To be completely straight with you, I liked these but only because they got that nasty pukey taste out of my mouth. These didn’t help relieve my morning sickness BUT I know they help countless other women with pregnancy nausea.
With this multipack, you will get:
- 17 belly bump stickers
- 9 baby’s first holiday stickers
- 12 baby’s milestone stickers
Morning sickness leads to puking. Puking leads to dehydration. Dehydration leads to cracked lips. See where I’m going here?
Morning Sickness Spray
Magnesium spray to help with overall pregnancy struggles including morning sickness.
An uplifting, organic scented spray to keep nausea at bay.
A delightful mix of chamomile, ginger, spearmint, orange, lemon balm, and a safely-small bit of peppermint.
Who cares if you look like a fly wearing these if that means you can sleep better? First trimester fatigue naps are so much better with a nice sleep mask.
This set includes:
- Belly oil
- Ginger fresh deodorant
- Belly butter (travel size)
- Morning Wellness body wash
- Orange ginger lip balm
Promptly childhood history journals are amazingly beautiful and simple. They track your baby’s life from pregnancy through 18 years.
More Great Gifts for Pregnant Women in the First Trimester
A Pair of Super Comfy Kindred Bravely Pajamas
Get her something comfortable to sleep and lounge in. Don’t worry, it will grow with her then be useful for nursing, too!
Bump Boxes are the gift that keeps giving. You can set the mama-to-be’s subscription to come each trimester, every month, or for a full year.
Easy recipes for every stage of your pregnancy! The best part is that it’s written by a labor and delivery nurse and professional chef. So, you’ll be getting legit pregnancy food advice from legit people.
I wear a pair of these essential oil earrings every single day. (The champagne pair are my favorite.) During pregnancy, wearing grapefruit or other citrus essential oils helped me tremendously with nausea.
Gifts for Pregnant Women in the Second Trimester
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My belly started to itch BAD during my second trimester. I think the combination of it being wintertime and the start of my skin stretching around my growing belly made my skin itchy.
This belly butter is a lifesaver for pregnant women.
Exercise Ball (I recommend The Birth Ball)
Exercising on The Birth Ball helped me stretch out achy hips and loosen my pelvis. Bouncing on The Birth Ball closer to your due date will help get the baby in a good position for birth.
This belt was a total game-changer for my hip, pelvic and back pain during pregnancy. So much so that it made it into my post, 5 Products for Hip, Back and Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy.
Get her the support she needs as her belly grows and hips expand during the second and third trimester.
Extend the life of her favorite pair of jeans with the jeans extenders. The bamboo belly band is so soft and will feel like a warm hug to her belly.
Bump and Back Pillow by Boppy
I really liked the versatility of the Bump and Back pillow. You can use it to support your back and belly or between your knees.
Not to mention, it’s small enough that your partner doesn’t get shoved off the bed.
If she has the space for it, get her the pillow of her dreams. The full-body pregnancy pillow will support every curve of her growing body for a better night’s sleep.
A less spendy option: Snoogle Body Pillow
Ultra-moisturizing and heavenly smelling (unfortunately, not 100% natural) bath bombs to pamper her.
(For a more natural option: Dr. Hempster’s Hemp Bath Bombs)
These puppies are a real game-changer for dull, dry, or blemish covered prego mama faces. So, basically, they’re perfect for any pregnant woman.
I really recommend getting a Kindred Bravely bra for many reasons BUT if you’re on a tight budget, these bras work great. They’re comfy and hold their shape pretty well for a day or two before relaxing/stretching out.
Kinesio tape helped me so so much with back, hip, and pelvic pain during pregnancy. This isn’t really the most exciting gift to buy for pregnant women BUT I know she’ll love it! (you can read about my experience with KTAPE here)
Great Gifts That You Can’t Find on Amazon For Moms-To-Be in the Second Trimester
- Bras and Tanks
- Underwear (you’ll definitely want to check out the under the bump panties)
- Tops and Bottoms
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- $5 a month
- Fresh new video content every day for 4 different programs. (Momma-To-Be, Hazy Days for early postpartum, New Momma, and Momma)
- Each exercise video is 15 minutes or less
- Completely online and accessible 24/7 – all you need is wifi
- Specifically designed for MOMS, with an emphasis on core stability, pelvic floor strengthing/rehab, and doability. (Is that a word?)
Maternity Photo Shoot
This will give her memories to hold forever of this special time in her life. Awwww!
Expenses (Mostly) Paid Babymoon
I know many moms that wanted to go on a babymoon with their husbands before baby’s arrival… or before they got too big to enjoy a vacation. Give her and her hubby this gift of time with each other!
In a nutshell, Birth It Up is the most affordable, yet educational, natural birthing course on the web. $40 for hours of valuable birthing information written by a labor and delivery nurse. Help her prep for the birth of her dreams by enrolling her into Birth It Up!
Gifts for Pregnant Women in the Third Trimester
There is quite a bit of gift idea overlap between the second and third trimesters. For more ideas, jump back up to the second trimester section of gifts for pregnant women.
With pregnancy comes aches and pains… ’tis the season of achy backs, fa la la la la… oh, wait. Help a sister out with this magic handheld massager.
I’ve also heard that this little roller works great and can be especially useful during labor.
Pregnancy Bath Salts (for a full bath or foot soak)
Soaking in this organic magnesium straight from the Dead sea will help relieve pregnancy aches and pains, improve sleep, boost energy levels and lessen nausea (if she’s still having nausea).
For less than $20, you can give her a new band to wear while her fingers are a bit puffy from pregnancy swelling.
Cute and functional? I’ll call that a pregnancy win. Get her a few pairs of high-quality compression socks like this pair from Belly Bandit.
Gifts for Moms-to-be In The Third Trimester That You Can’t Find on Amazon
‘Cause she deserves a little class and dignity during her hospital stay. This gown will also give her the comfort of home while she is away.
Access to the Milkology Breastfeeding Class
Pamper Her with a Pedicure or Massage
Her back hurts. Her feet hurt. And, Lord knows she can’t reach her toes to paint them before delivery day. There’s nothing like a massage and good ‘ole pedicure to get her feeling happy again. Oh, and if you’re not local, gift cards to her nearest spa are a great idea.
The Breastfeeding Cookbook (Easy Recipes for Nursing Moms)
And don’t forget to, at every stage of motherhood, offer your time.
Let her know that you can babysit the older children, help around the house and bring meals.
Read My Other Gift Guides:
- Gifts for New Moms
- Gifts for Breastfeeding Moms
- Coming Soon – Gifts for Postpartum Moms (even to buy for yourself!)