If there’s one this every momma can agree on, it’s that we’re a tired crew. Late nights, early mornings, constant noise and mess, little humans that require you to help keep them alive (no matter the age – let’s be real) – it can all be exhausting. There’s a reason that moms flock to their morning cup.
That being said, if you know a momma who is a coffee addict, I am your new friend. Today I’m sharing a list of coffee-themed gifts to give mom, because nothing says, “I understand you” more to a mom that the gift of coffee. If you’re in search for some gifts to give mom for Mother’s Day this year, these are gifts any self-respecting coffee lover would appreciate!
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Storage Container. Because you need somewhere cute to keep the goods, am I right? Make sure you grab something air-tight to store your beans or grounds.
French Press. This is actually the one I have and it’s done me well. It’s relatively inexpensive and have the best reviews on Amazon.
Pour Over. I’ve never tried a pour over myself, but I love the concept since I’m usually the only one drinking in my house.
Coffee Sampler. Is the mom in your life a coffee connoisseur? Help her find new favorites by giving her a coffee sampler gift pack!
Fun3 Mug. I don’t claim to be a collector of anything, but if I did, it would be of mugs. I’m DYING over this adorable one that portrays every coffee loving, toddler chasing mom’s hope.
Coffee Themed Coloring book. For the momma who wants to bring a little creativity to her cup of joe – I love that this one comes with colored pencils!
Engraved Spoon. I’ve seen super cute hand stamped version of spoons like this on Etsy before, but this one is laser printed and a bit cheaper than I’ve seen elsewhere.
Bring Me Coffee Socks. Any momma knows that kicking back and relaxing as a mom has to be done carefully – bring attention to it and your kids will notice, ending your time of peace. These socks are a silent cry of assistance.
Refillable K-Cup. Does the momma in your life have a Keurig? Rather than dumping $$$ on K-cups, get her these simple refillable ones! Props for having extras so she can enjoy more than one cup without worrying about dishes.
MiniPresso. I’m DYING for this since I’m a latte fiend. Grab one of these mini espresso makers for way less than one of those crazy coffee stations.
Coffee Onesie. For the new mom who is just understanding coffee’s true worth.
Cool Mom Mug. Because every mom is a cool mom, right? This is a 2 pack, so you can keep one for your Mean Girls loving heart.
Mom Needs Coffee Shirt. Because you need to let the world know that you are a momma and you need your coffee, regardless of the hour.
Mommee Coffee. Even mommys-to-be need coffee. I didn’t know this existed until after my boys were born, but I”m dying to know what it’s like!
Coffee Grinder. With whole beans comes great responsibility. To be totally honest, I’ve used my food processor to grind beans more than I’d like to admit, but a coffee/spice grinder is what normal human beings use. Just make sure you have a separate coffee and spice grinder!!
Okay, so tell me – what are your favorite gifts to give mom? Let me know in the comments!
If you’re looking for some more ideas for gifts to give mom, be sure to check out these posts from some of my favorite momma bloggers! There’s something for everyone!
5 Clutter Free Gifts to Give Mom from Angela of Setting My Intention
An Assorted Variety of Gifts to Give Mom Regardless Her Personality from Crystal of Sharing Life’s Moments
Gifts to Give Mom Who Works From Home from Tanya of Mom’s Small Victories
Memorable Gifts to Give Mom from Rachel of Smart Mom, Smart Ideas
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