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Can you believe that Christmas is right around the corner? This holiday season I’m all about comfort. So, I’ve rounded up a gift guide that will keep mom cozy!
This will be my first holiday season staying at home with the kiddos. I’m loving the comforts of home and staying warm and cuddled up. That way, I can enjoy all the baby snuggles. P.S. This list is a good one to pass along to your husband and kids with a little *wink, wink*!
I did all my shopping at Shopko for this guide. They have all new Shopko exclusive brands such as A&I and a few of their other brands like NorthCrest have gotten all new looks, so it’s definitely a store to check out. Here are some of my favorite finds!
Gift Guide For The Cozy Mom
ONE | NorthCrest Faux Fur Throw – I love the look that this light gray fur throw adds to a room. This blanket is so incredibly soft it’s my new favorite to cuddle up with.
TWO | A&I Cozy Blanket 14 Oz Jar Candle – I burn candles pretty much every day in my home. This cozy blanket scent is soft and clean.
THREE | Studio by Energy Zone Womens Hacci Snap Cardigan – The material is nice and thick, it has thumb holes, and the snaps are cute and convenient. This top is not meant to be a nursing top, but it’s awesome for nursing mamas!
FOUR | A&I Women’s Pattern A-Line Slipper – The fur liner is just as soft as the blanket and the pattern couldn’t be cuter. The heel even has black and white buffalo print on it!
FIVE | A&I Women′s Black/Ivory Triangle Scarf – It’s oversized, soft, and has a beautiful modern pattern. The black and white color make it the perfect piece to combine with any look.
SIX | Camelbak Kickbak 20 Oz Coffee Mug – Mama’s gotta have ALL the coffee. I like having a lid on my coffee around the kiddos… for obvious reasons! 😉
These cozy gifts are all from Shopko! If you haven’t already, make sure to sign up for their email by clicking here to get a “$10 off $30” offer.
You can shop all the gifts by clicking on my Maven board below!