What Moms Really Want for Christmas (But Can’t Ask For)

What Moms Really Want for Christmas (But Can’t Ask For)

In the final days leading up to Christmas we are all scrambling to get all of our shopping done, and moms can be difficult to find the right gift for.  We want to give our moms the best of the best because, well, they’re mom! With moms it isn’t about  how much money you spent (although it never hurts), it’s about the thought behind what you give.

So, we surveyed tens of moms to find out exactly what moms REALLY want for Christmas, but can’t ask for…

A Baby Snooze Button

Just like an alarm clock, it buys you nine minutes more of sleep. Press it when you hear those first cries or calls for mama and you get more sleep, and you can hit it as many times as you want. 

A Magical Laundry Elf

This little helper will make sure your laundry is collected, washed, folded and put away – in the correct places and everything.

Coffee & Wine on Tap

Imagine being able to press a button and get coffee or wine anytime you like. It never runs out, it’s there when you need it, and it never judges.

A Hotel Room Just For Mom


No partners invited, this is just for mom and comes with a large soaking tub, complimentary room service and wine, the show you’ve been dying to binge watch, and as an added bonus – a cleaning crew ensures you get to go home to a clean house.

The Perfect Babysitter

She’s always available, shows up on time, tidies up the house, adores your kids, and puts them to bed before you get home. Permanent residence negotiable.

Another great gift for the kids would be volume control, with remote included.
Another great gift for the kids would be volume control, with remote included.
Why are elves only known for doing slave labor or fighting off Orcs?
Why are elves only known for doing slave labor or fighting off Orcs?
Caffeine and Wine mixed together is what they call a "Suburban Speedball"
Caffeine and Wine mixed together is what they call a “Suburban Speedball”
Enjoy your stay...just don't touch the remote (ew).
Enjoy your stay…just don’t touch the remote (ew).
If only there was a "club" of "babysitters" that we could reach out to when in need of kid-watching and mystery-solving...
If only there was a “club” of “babysitters” that we could reach out to when in need of kid-watching and mystery-solving…

Remember Mr. Mom from the 80's

A look back at how our perception of ‘moms’ has changed since the 1980’s…This is a fun movie, and personally I wouldn’t mind having Michael Keaton as my mom (sorry mom!).