My sisters are both pregnant and due soon.
Would love to buy a great pregnancy/birth gift for them. Was thinking of putting together a care package to spoil them a little bit it would be my tastes (soap etc) and I will pay a small fortune in postage (we live interstate) With baby number 2 on the way we cant afford much either!
What about a gift voucher for a house clean or meals delivered? Do any companies do this in QLD?
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18-03-2012 16:33 #1
18-03-2012 17:52 #2Senior Member
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Housecleaning voucher is a wonderful idea!
18-03-2012 18:47 #3
I knew someone who got a nappy cleaning service for 6 weeks as a gift! If they are cloth nappiers I think that's awesome, though house cleaning is a wonderful idea too! Or something to make them feel great - a spa voucher maybe? I totally expect to feel many for 6-12 weeks after I have my baby.
18-03-2012 19:09 #4
The best things I got before DS was born were a pedicure/manicure from DH, Mum filled up my freezer with food, and I had an amazing pregnancy massage. If you don't think your sisters will get a chance to do something special for themselves before bubs arrive, if you could arrange for food or a cleaner I think that would be amazing. I don't know, what about doing an online shop from one of the supermarkets with lots of ready-made or easy meals and some treats?
How wonderful that you are all pregnant at the same time! My sister's little boy is only 4 and half months older than my DS which is so special .
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