Pottery Barn Kids' new Lilly Pulitzer collection just dropped and it is 😍

Lilly Pulitzer prints are basically sunshine on textiles. The sunny, coastal vibes can instantly brighten up your mood by almost tricking you into thinking you're on vacation.

Now, you can bring those resort vibes into your home (and your baby's room!) thanks to the new Lilly Pulitzer collaborations with Pottery Barn.

The brand worked with Pottery Barn, as well as Pottery Barn Kids and PB Teen and we are loving the pinkness of it all. Whether you're doing up a nursery or just want to add some LP touches to the rest of your home, this collaboration has something for every Lilly fan, from $30 to $1,299.

1. Flamingo Swaddle Set

A set of three pure organic cotton muslin swaddle blankets for the tiniest LP lovers. Have you ever seen anything so cute?

$49.50

2. Storage Baskets

A beautiful way to hide those toys, that laundry, or anything else you don't want laying out.

$109

3. Activity Gym

Who says an activity gym can't be beautiful? With a tropical theme, baby will have plenty of brightly colored toys to play with. Tummy time never looked so good.

Buy, $129.00
$129

4. Flamingo Rocker

Encourage imaginary play with this huggable flamingo. Plus, it can double as décor! Don't forget to get it personalized.

$199

5. Modern Wingback Rocker

If you've been looking for a rocker for your nursery, check out this super cute and super pink one from the Lilly Pulitzer x Pottery Barn collaboration.

$1299

6. Wearable Blanket

Keep baby warm on the go! We love the inverted zipper so diaper changes are a breeze.

$39.50

7. Baby Bedding

The fitted crib sheets are super cute, and the hand-stitched toddler quilt is great for when your little one grows up a bit (infants should not sleep with quilts). The fitted crib sheet is $34, the toddler quilt can be personalized and is $149.

$34

8. Inflatable Sprinkler

Don't forget about your outdoor living spaces. This floral turtle sprinkler will keep your kids cool and happy all summer.

$159

9. Hooded Towels

When turtle time is over you can wrap up your little ones in these sweet, personalized and hooded towels.

$34.50

10. Travel Mug

Because sometimes, mama needs a coffee and parents know it's hard to keep a coffee hot when you've got little ones distracting you from your drink.

$30

11. Plus, Pottery Barn announced their new collaboration—the Mark & Graham diaper bag! 

These convertible nylon diaper bags are easy to wear and care for and there's a matching changing clutch and four colors to choose from. And you can personalize them!

$189

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When it comes to holiday gifts, we know what you really want, mama. A full night's sleep. Privacy in the bathroom. The opportunity to eat your dinner while it's still hot. Time to wash—and dry!—your hair. A complete wardrobe refresh.


While we can't help with everything on your list (we're still trying to figure out how to get some extra zzz's ourselves), here are 14 gift ideas that'll make you look, if not feel, like a whole new woman. Even when you're sleep deprived.

Gap Cable-Knit Turtleneck Sweater

When winter hits, one of our go-to outfits will be this tunic-length sweater and a pair of leggings. Warm and everyday-friendly, we can get behind that.

$69.95

Gap Cigarette Jeans

These high-waisted straight-leg jeans have secret smoothing panels to hide any lumps and bumps (because really, we've all got 'em).

$79.95

Tiny Tags Gold Skinny Bar Necklace

Whether engraved with a child's name or date of birth, this personalized necklace will become your go-to piece of everyday jewelry.

$135.00

Gap Brushed Pointelle Crew

This wear-with-anything soft pink sweater with delicate eyelet details can be dressed up for work or dressed down for weekend time with the family. Versatility for the win!

$79.95

Gap Flannel Pajama Set

For mamas who sleep warm, this PJ set offers the best of both worlds: cozy flannel and comfy shorts. Plus, it comes with a coordinating eye mask for a blissed-out slumber.

$69.95

Spafinder Gift Card

You can't give the gift of relaxation, per say, but you can give a gift certificate for a massage or spa service, and that's close enough!

$50.00

Gap Stripe Long Sleeve Crewneck

This featherweight long-sleeve tee is the perfect layering piece under hoodies, cardigans, and blazers.

$29.95

Gap Chenille Smartphone Gloves

Gone are the days of removing toasty gloves before accessing our touchscreen devices—thank goodness!

$9.95

Ember Temperature Control Smart Mug

Make multiple trips to the microwave a thing of the past with a app-controlled smart mug that'll keep your coffee or tea at the exact temperature you prefer for up to an hour.

$99.95

Gap Flannel Shirt

Our new favorite flannel boasts an easy-to-wear drapey fit and a flattering curved shirttail hem.

$59.95

Gap Sherpa-Lined Denim Jacket

Stay warm while looking cool in this iconic jean jacket, featuring teddy bear-soft fleece lining and a trendy oversized fit.

$98.00

Gap Crazy Stripe Scarf

Practical and stylish, this cozy scarf adds a pop of color—well, colors—to any winter ensemble.

$39.95

Nixplay Seed Frame

This digital picture frame is perfect for mamas who stay up late scrolling through their phone's photo album to glimpse their kiddos being adorable. By sending them to this smart frame to view throughout the day, you can get a few extra minutes of sleep at night!

$165.00

Gap Crewneck Sweater

Busy mamas will appreciate that this supersoft, super versatile Merino wool sweater is machine washable.

$59.95

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If you've scrolled through Instagram anytime in the last year, you're probably familiar with the famous Amazon coat. You know the one that doesn't really have a shape, but is essentially the love child of a parka and a puffer—made to help you look effortlessly chic but oh-so-warm in the grueling cold.

It's technically made by Orolay, but the internet went crazy when influencers kept sharing pics in the down ensemble last year because the price point is so good. And the reviews racked up on Amazon—it's even a favorite of Oprah. Editors on our team truly love the coat and swear that it keeps them cozy, even through Northeastern winters.

Well, we've got great news: It comes in a kids version, mama.

Orolay children hooded down coat

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The Orolay Children Hooded Down Coat is practically the exact same coat, but in a cuter, mini version. Coming in three colors, (black, green and red) it has the same fleece-lined hood that littles will love to wear and a loose style so they can wear as many layers as needed underneath. Plus, it has plenty of zippers to adjust the fit and keep items dry.

Other features we love? It's windproof, water-resistant and machine-washable (just be sure to remove to faux fur before tossing in the wash).

The sizing and shape of it is ideal for kids since they grow out of clothing so quickly. Right now, the sizes range from 6-12 years old but the roomy fit could fit littles of all sizes. It's been marked down (and will likely be on Black Friday, too) so a few sizes are already selling out.

Now the question is...what color should we get?

$129.99

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The older kids get, the harder it can be to find them holiday gifts that make their eyes sparkle. But fear not. While they may have us bested when it comes to celebrity YouTube star knowledge, you have an advantage: #TeamMotherly. Our editors have combed through the internet looking for THE BEST recommendations for toys and gifts, which ensures you get to hang on to #coolmom status.

Here are the best gifts for the older cool kids in your life.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 instant camera

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With the nostalgia of the Instant camera's from our childhoods and the modern updates like a selfie mirror, the FujiFilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera is sure to be a hit with your big kid (that you'll have fun playing with too).

$49.85

Umbra Hangit photo display

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The perfect gift to pair with the camera. Give them a place to (neatly) display all of the photos they take and add instant fun to any space.

$18.03

Love Bubby tee-shirt

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I'm only a little jealous that I got this for my daughter and not myself. The Love Bubby shirts are super high-quality, unique, and I love that they encourage my daughter to stand up for what she believes in.

$28

GoldieBlox scratch art projector

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The STEM pioneers at GoldiBlox have created the ultimate kits for your artistic scientist. Motherly's co-founder and CEO Jill Koziol got to try one out with her kiddos. The verdict? "Super fun, easy, with a great mix of science and crafts with fun." There are lots of kits to choose from, though we are particularly excited about the GoldieBlox Scratch Art Projector.

$24.99

Ravensburger Gravitrax starter set marble run + STEM toy

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Speaking of STEM, this interactive track system that allows your curious and inventive kid to design and build their own race tracks. They'll learn about gravity, magnetism and kinetics, and have a blast doing it.

$59.95

Tea Collection dress

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If your child loves to twirl around or needs a more dressy outfit in their wardrobe, we adore the dresses at Tea Collection. They're high-quality, machine-washable and the brand gives back 10% of profits to The Global Fund for Children—win-win.

$49.50

Amazing Origami

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Amazing Origami: Traditional Japanese Folding Papers and Projects comes with everything your artist needs to get started on the ancient tradition of origami, no matter what their previous experience is. They'll get instructions and project guides, and tons of gorgeous paper so they can start folding immediately.

$16.86

Watercolor United States of America scratch off map

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Are you a road-tripping family? Let your child keep track of all the adventures with this map. Can you get all 50?

$19.99

LEGO Friends Heartlake City Amusement Pier

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The LEGO Friends Heartlake City Amusement Pier is one of 2019's hottest toys, and we can see why. Your child will spend hours constructing its ghost ship, swing carousel, ticket kiosk and snack stall, and then many more playing with the final product.

$129.95

African elephant adoption kit

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Inspire your little change-maker by gifting them an African Elephant Adoption Kit. They'll get a Soft plush animal, formal adoption certificate, full-color photo of the species, fascinating information about the animal, and best of all, the knowledge that they've contributed to a cause they can be proud of.

$55

Monopoly 'Stranger Things' edition

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If Stranger Things has taken over your home, this will be a huge hit (and is another gift that you'll enjoy playing with, too).

$19.99

L.O.L. Surprise! O.M.G. Crystal Star fashion doll

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L.O.L dolls have a new cool big sister. The one is fun, pretty and trending hard, so grab one before they fly off the shelves!

$49.88

Little Free Library kit

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We've been seeing these popping up all over our town, and we could not be more on board. The Little Free Library Kit is a DIY book-sharing movement that allows your child to construct a book-hut, and then share and receive free books from friends and neighbors. This is truly a gift that keeps on giving.

$329

Darice 120-Piece deluxe art set

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The set is huge and has everything you little artist needs to create masterpieces all day long: markers, crayons, color pencils, oil pastels, watercolor paints, and so much more.

$10.85

Lynx faux fur bean bag chair

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As stylish as it is comfortable, you'll love that its cover is machine-washable, and they'll love sitting in it reading for hours.

$268

Rebel gift box

If you haven't yet experienced the Rebel Girls Books, you are both in for a real treat. It shares 200 stories of marvelous women that are sure to leave everyone who reads them inspired and hopeful.

$65

The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid

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Give the gift of adventure, in book form! The atlas transports the reader to 100 of the most surprising, mysterious and weird-but-true places on earth with tons of facts and stunning images.

$13.27

Pick-A-Pom ribbed beanie

Leave it to Anthropologie to make your kid want to wear a winter hat. With interchangeable pom-poms that snap on to the top, your child can design something totally unique (that will keep them warm and toasty).

$38

Blank comic book

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Let their creativity blossom with the Blank Comic Book. It contains 100 plank pages ready to be filled with the hilarious and daring adventures of your child's next comic.

$5.99

JIMU Robot competitive Series: Champbot kit

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Motherly CEO and Co-founder, Jill Koziol, tried this out with her daughter, and loved it! "The directions were interactive and helped her to problem solve. It was a great family activity and she was so proud of what she had built; and she loved operating the robot once it had charged. I love that there are different parts to it so there are wins along the way but also a requirement to keep with it, supporting a growth mindset and building resilience.

"This is fabulous for any budding engineers and especially Lego lovers that are ready to take it to the next level!"

$129.99

Heelys

Anyone who was a kid in the early 2000s just had to have Heelys, and guess what? They're back, mama. The roller skate and shoe in one is such a fun present for any kiddo who loves to zoom around to wherever they're going. But parents will love that they're a super high quality sneaker that will hold up to everything your kids put them through. We like this classic gray style, but they come in all sorts of colorways including these pink hi-tops and these Spiderman kicks.

$65


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Whether you're having a low-key Friendsgiving with your closest friends or prepping to host your first big Thanksgiving dinner with both families, figuring out all of the menu details can be the most overwhelming step. How much should I cook? What ingredients do I need? How does one actually cook a turkey this big?

But, don't worry, mama—HelloFresh is lending a helping hand this year with their Thanksgiving box in collaboration with Jessica Alba. Because you already have enough on your plate (and we're not talking stuffing).


Here are the details. You can choose from two Thanksgiving boxes: Turkey ($152) or beef tenderloin ($132). The turkey box serves 8-10 people while the beef one will serve 4-6 and both are $6.99 to ship. We got to try both and they're equally delicious so you can't go wrong with either one, but the turkey does require a 4-day thaw period so keep that in mind. And if you're wondering what the sides are, here's a sneak peek:

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  • Garlic mashed potatoes
  • Green bean casserole with crispy onions
  • Ciabatta stuffing with chick sausage and cranberries
  • Cranberry sauce with orange, ginger and cinnamon
  • Apple ginger crisp with cinnamon pecan crumble

While someone still has to do the actual cooking, it's designed to take the stress out of Thanksgiving dinner so you can focus on spending time with your loved ones (or watching Hallmark Christmas movies). You don't have to worry about grocery shopping, portion sizes, recipe curation or forgetting that essential thing you needed to make the meal perfect. Everything is super simple to make from start to finish—it even comes with a cooking timeline.

Orders are open through November 21 and can be delivered anytime through November 24. Even better? You don't need a subscription to order.


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For as joyful as Christmas morning can be—with bow-bedecked packages spilling from beneath the tree, each one promising something new and exciting—for kids, the days and weeks leading up to the big day might be even better. Especially when kids can count them down with an advent calendar. And especially when said advent calendar is a trove of tiny treasures.

And there's a kids advent calendar for every type of child, whether your tot is horn-over-tail into unicorns, is a dino-devotee, or prefers a classic calendar. This holiday season, make your little ones' eyes light up brighter than a Christmas tree with one of these advent calendars for kids.

Here are our favorite advent calendars for kids to count down to Christmas:

Santa Stop Here

Santa Stop Here

This critter-adorned calendar hides holiday fun facts for littles to discover within the windows of an apartment building. Kids will get a kick out of discovering something new every day, while mamas can proudly display the adorable design.

$13

Unicorn stamp

Unicorn Stamp

"Just add unicorns" is a pretty good philosophy for making anything more magical (and that includes the already-enchanting holiday season). This unicorn-themed calendar comes with enchanting rubber stamps and sparkly inks to let kiddos create fun, festive designs.

$32

​Playmobil

Playmobil

Can't plan a trip to the North Pole? This advent calendar gives tykes the next best thing. Each piece works together to bring Santa's Workshop to life—just in time for Christmas Eve!

$16.49

​Dinosaur

Dinosaur

Want to make your little one roar with excitement? Dino-lovers will delight in this kids advent calendar that doles out 23 pint-sized prehistoric pals, plus one larger T-rex on Christmas Eve.

$22.99

Melissa & Doug

Melissa & Doug advent calendar

Get kids in on the holiday spirit by giving them their own tree to decorate. Each day little ones pick a magnetized ornament to add to this mini wooden fir.

$14.99

Fluffy Slime

Fluffy Slime

Got a mini slime-enthusiast on your hands? This calendar holds plenty of fluffy slime (plus accessories) for kids to squish and squeeze all season long.

$20.99

​Crayola Christmas

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Crafty kids will delight in unearthing a new art supply (think: markers, clay, and paints) each day of the season. Then, they can channel their inner-artists to let their imaginations run wild.

$17.99

LEGO City

LEGO City

Calling all little LEGO-lovers! Budding builders can construct a winter wonderland (complete with Santa—and his plate of cookies and milk) with the pieces they unearth in this LEGO advent calendar.

$19.99

Hatchimals

Hatchimals

Hatchimals have long been a favorite under the tree. Now kiddos can get hatching long before Santa slides down the chimney with this calendar that holds Hatchimals-themed collectibles, stickers, and other trinkets.

$29

Hotwheels

Hotwheels advent calendar

For those who like their holly-jolly with a side of high speed, this Hotwheels calendar delivers. Kids will get several new sets of wheels, as well as some other holiday-themed car accessories.

$27.14

KidKraft

KidKraft calendar


Would it really be the holidays without a gingerbread house? The tasty-looking abode, though not edible itself, features 24 compartments, where you can hide the treats of your choice. Bonus: You can personalize it with your child's name.

$47.99

Frozen II

Frozen II advent calendar

'Tis the season for Frozen fanatics! Whisk your mini Anna or Elsa to Arendelle via this Frozen-themed advent calendar. They'll never want to let it goooo! (Sorry, we couldn't resist!)

$59.95

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