The Find: Great gifts for baby and mom


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Bridge The Bump Maternity Insert allows women to wear their winter coat when pregnant or carrying their baby.

Ah, the joys of pregnancy and motherhood. Adorable onesies, miniature booties, flowing dresses and comfy elastic waist pants. There’s something for both baby and mommy at these sweet shops across the city.

 

Finger In The Nose Snowbird Down Onesie – $259

Finger In The Nose, aside from being one of the most hilariously named businesses (amirite?), is a Parisian fashion house that designs unisex children’s clothing known for its rock-and-roll edge. From denim to tees, hoodies to shades, if you dress baby in this line, chances are they’ll be more stylish than you. This Snowbird Down Onesie is a great choice for the trendy urban mom. With handy zippers at the top and on the bottom, an attached hood and sleeves that can be turned into mittens, it will keep baby toasty no matter how cold it is outside.

Finger In The Nose can be found at chAlk, 2647 Yonge St.

 

Bridge The Bump Maternity Insert – $75

This ingenious product allows women to wear their usual winter coat throughout pregnancy. Simply by attaching to the zippers on either side, the adjustable insert can be inverted to accommodate both baby and baby bump. Bridge The Bump comes in black or grey (outside), with fun colourful patterns for the wide side near baby (visible only when folded over). A simple product that does so much!

Bridge The Bump can be found at This Little Piggy, 1594 Queen St. W., 416-856-0342

 

You Name It Baby! Sterling Silver Name Necklace – $130

Such a great idea for a new mom! This signature sterling silver necklace can be personalized with the name of her baby as its charm. Made completely of 925 Sterling Silver, each name necklace comes on a 16" silver chain. Orders take about three to six weeks for production, so bear that in mind when ordering. Rush orders are available for an additional cost; contact the shop for more info.

You Name It Baby! is at 3383 Bathurst St., 416-638-1227

 

Chewbeads Teething Jewellery Hudson Necklace – $41.95

Meant for mom to wear and baby to chew on, these fun necklaces are a treat for everyone. Stylishly designed and available in six colours, the Hudson’s 100% silicone material is soft on baby’s gums and new teeth. What’s more, these necklaces contain no BPA, phthalates, cadmium, lead or metals, they have a breakaway clasp for added safety and are dishwasher safe for cleaning. Approximately 30 inches long. 

Chewbeads Teething Jewellery can be found at Diaper-Eez, 2309 Bloor St. W., 416-762-5811

 

Mélissa Nepton x Thyme Maternity Sleeveless Maternity Dress – $125

This gorgeous chiffon dress from Mélissa Nepton’s capsule collection features criss-cross style with a wrap-around empire waist and a racer back. The maxi length flows softly and the fabric is 100% Polyester for easy care. In her latest line for Thyme Maternity, Mélissa Nepton has created party-appropriate pieces for stylish pregnant women whose love for designer fashion has not changed. Plus, many of her effortless chic items can be worn during and after pregnancy. 

Mélissa Nepton can be found at Thyme Maternity in Yorkdale Shopping Centre, 3401 Dufferin St., 416-785-1563

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