Ask any new mama what she needs and nine times out of ten you're going to get the same answer. SLEEP. More sleep, better sleep, a baby that sleeps, a nap, a full night's worth, a rest of the eyes, anything. Give her alllll the sleep, please and thank you. In fact, in Motherly's 2021 State of Motherhood Survey, 89% of mothers reported getting less than eight hours of sleep per night. Surprised? Ha. No, we're not either.

We can all agree there's no better gift for new parents than the gift of sleep. If you're close by, the gift is win-win. You get to snuggle a perfect, most delicious new babe and they get some much needed zzz's, worry-free. But if that's not an option or you want to really (rightfully) spoil them, two of our favorite sleep-obsessed brands have come together to create the perfect new mama gift. Coterie, the modern baby care brand that's mastered the art of sustainable diapering and Parachute, our go-to for all things cozy home just launched The Gift of Sleep, a bundle of gorgeous goods that any new parent will be over the moon about. (We certainly are!)

In the box they'll find two packs of Coterie diapers to keep baby dry even overnight, a supremely soft Parachute swaddle blanket, a Parachute eye mask so you can doze off no matter what time of day, Charlie the Bunny plush toy, and (we saved the best for last!) a 30-minute session with a certified sleep coach. How's that for hero status?

A good stretch of sleep can make all the difference. And getting a bit of help to establish a routine that works for everyone is priceless. If you've got a new mama in your life, you might just change everything with one small box.

Check out Coterie X Parachute's Gift of Sleep Bundle below!



Coterie x Parachute The Gift of Sleep Bundle

Coterie x Parachute The Gift of Sleep Bundle

Just choose the diaper size (NB, 01, 02) and the box will ship with a personalized gift note to cheer on the new parents (or you know, offer up your baby-snuggling skills)!

$135


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