There’s not much time left to shop and that’s just fine. We’ve gathered some incredible gift ideas for everyone on your list so nobody will notice you waited until the last minute to make Christmas magic happen.


For your parents

An Ancestry.com subscription

. . . because your dad always likes to think he’s descendant of royalty—so why don’t you get him a chance to find out if he’s right?

A homemade video of your little one’s memories with grandma and grandpa

The Clips app makes it super simple to edit video on phone. And trust us, grandma loves nothing better than reliving adorable memories with your little one.

A special weekend with their grandkids


Groupon offers crazy-good deals on family vacation destinations. Book one near you for a quick getaway with built-in babysitter/ family bonding time gone right.


Join Motherly

For your bestie

A massage

Massage Envy offers a $75 one-hour massage at hundreds of locations around the country—and that price includes the tip. Yes, please!

A blow out

DryBar offers instant gift-certificates to grace your bestie with the best gift of all: an amazing blowout. Many locations around the country (check here.) You’re the best.

Wine-o-clock delivered

Gift a Club W membership and she’ll get 3 bottles of wine picked just for her, delivered to her front door. Drink up!

For hubby

The adventure of a lifetime

Try any of the adventures at Cloud 9 Living. From race car driving to fighter pilot lessons, he’ll be blown away by the awesomeness. This is the gift of an unforgettable experience.

A subscription to Trunk Club

Does your sweetie’s wardrobe need a little help? Have him fill in his preferences and let the styling pros at Trunk Club select on-trend outfits he’ll look amazing in.

A romantic night in


Gift him Plated and give him an incredible dinner —he can help adjust the menu but adding in his preferences. Plated delivers everything you need to create chef-designed recipes, making it simpler and more fun to cook at home. And more romantic.


For your little one

A call from Santa Claus

Schedule a call with the big guy through this app and watch little faces light up.

A production or show near you

Do you wanna watch that snowman? Check out Ticketmaster’s family section for dozens of showings of popular characters on stage and on ice. (Sorry in advance for the annoying songs stuck in your head.)

A special Christmas breakfast

Your little ones won’t notice one less present under the tree when you’ve cooked this one up: There’s nothing sweeter than gifting a memorable Christmas breakfast for your little ones. Ho ho ho and a pile of pancakes.


Courtney Barker

British mom Courtney Barker is sharing the story of how her son, 7-month-old Arthur contracted COVID-19 in the hopes of preventing other families from going through what hers is. Thankfully, little Arthur is now feeling better, but last week he was rushed to the hospital.

His mama recalled the experience in a now-viral Facebook post that is attracting worldwide attention.

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