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11 Postpartum Gifts Moms Will Actually Want

Those first few months after giving birth are extremely hard. Friends and family begin to visit and obsess over the family's new addition - and mom is tired, overwhelmed, and probably a little scared. So, instead of showering the baby with even more presents, why not treat that aching and tired new mama? These thoughtful gifts are a great way to send her some love and will be very much appreciated during those long days taking care of a newborn.
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