What to get 6 months pregnant friend

(9 Posts)
ineedanexcuse Tue 17-Dec-13 23:06:56

She doesnt smoke or drink(obviously) and is limiting chocolate consumption due to heartburn. She is getting the soap and glory set full monty from her DP so no more smellies.

She works and has 1 dd

She doesnt read -at all,shock so no books ,magazines etc.

I am at a total loss sad

twinklytoes Tue 17-Dec-13 23:13:22

nice, pretty pyjamas that will expand with bump?

prettyinpink90 Tue 17-Dec-13 23:15:06

Not sure what kind of budget you're on but what about a voucher for a manicure/pedicure at her local beauty salon. Or if you really want to push the boat out, some beauty salons do specialist mum-to-be treatments. I'm currently 22+4 and would be absolutely thrilled with either.

whereisshe Tue 17-Dec-13 23:20:31

Voucher for a pregnancy massage to use later on - I'm 40 weeks and last week used a similar voucher someone gave me - total bliss!

FlatAsSantasSacks Tue 17-Dec-13 23:31:04

Mum to be massage? Our local salon does a fully body for £45, which may be too much but you could buy her a voucher towards one?

raisah Wed 18-Dec-13 04:24:05

Voucher at hairdressers so she can have her hair cut & styled. It was one of the best things I ever did, getting my hair done while pg.

wonderingsoul Wed 18-Dec-13 08:23:32

i second the the hair voucher, or a voucher for a meal out? clothes vouchers?

Splatt34 Wed 18-Dec-13 14:08:27

NOT, I repeat, NOT stretch mark cream. At 4 months I got 4 lots last year (all unused). I was really upset and sort off offended, as felt everyone had forgotten that I was anything other than a pregnant woman.

What would you normally buy her? Hat/ scarf/ gloves? Jewellery? Voucher for manicure /massage. Try to remember who she is under her bump

Clandy Wed 18-Dec-13 20:42:21

Also not slippers! When I was pg I got 4 pairs- it was like I had become a nanna overnight!
I second getting her something similar to what you usually would. Possibly a DVD/book or board game if she's into that sort of thing- she is gonna need something to keep her occupied smile

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