The Best Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals For Moms

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The holidays are a stressful time of year for most. But I’d argue that they’re especially tough for new moms. Self-care falls by the wayside and gets taken over by packed schedules, multiple shopping lists, and hectic travel plans with little ones. One way to make your life easier: take advantage of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for moms to stock up on items you'll need for the following year or to get gifts for other moms — including your own.

Despite all odds, my mother made the Christmases of my childhood magical, and they make up some of my fondest memories. Don’t even get me started on the late-night present wrapping and stocking stuffing that goes into playing Santa Claus — that is next-level commitment. I see my sister and new mom friends doing the same for their young children, and it’s pretty darn impressive.

You can snag a cute present for yourself as a reward for everything you did this year. You can also pick up a cute present for your own mom, a new mom in your family, or anybody else with kids. Treat them to gifts that say, "You relax and do you." So to officially kick off the holiday season, we're compiling a round-up of some of the best Black Friday deals for moms right now — stay tuned for updates.

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The Better Vacuum

Hoover Quest 700 Robotic Vacuum, $199.99 (was $349.99), Amazon

The ultimate gift is one that keeps the gift receiver's place clean without suggesting that they should be the one doing the dirty work.

The Perfect Wrap Dress

Leota Perfect Wrap Maternity Dress, $94.80 (was $158), Nordstrom

This lovely number is perfect for soon-to-be or recently postpartum moms.

The Skin Transformer

Korres Brightening Beauties Radiant Wild Rose Collection, $38 (was $42), Sephora

This hydrating set includes an exfoliating cleanser and 24-hour moisturizer, both infused with vitamin C-rich wild rose oil.

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The Comfy Socks With Attitude

Thursday Finest 3D Knit Seamless Socks, $20 (was $25), Shopspring

These are the socks for moms who need to the equivalent of a "Do No Disturb" sign.

The Magical, Spill-Resistant Pants

Mid-Rise Stay White Rockstar Skinny Jeans, $22.47 (was $44.94), Old Navy

Give your favorite mom the gift of wearing white jeans without fear.

The Way To Better Coffee

Hamilton Beach 40792 Espresso & Cappuccino Maker, $99.96 (was $129), Amazon

Help mom conquer the day with a frothy latte before even leaving the house. This machine is relatively small and optimal for apartment-dwellers with limited counter space.

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The Timeless Necklace

Monogram Pendant Necklace, $26.60 (was $38; use code LETSGO), Anthropologie

Anthropologie jewelry is very pretty and holds up well. Buy one with a letter for each child's name — or your own.

The Outfit For Running Around

Outdoor Voices Women's Cool Down Kit, $120 (was $150), Shopspring

This kit includes two quality pieces which can be mix or matched. They can wear it to the gym or while chasing around little ones. Athleisure was basically made for moms, right?

The Key To Keeping It Together

Bite Beauty Best Bite Redux, $25 ($55 value), Sephora

Bite Beauty makes some of the best formulated lipsticks around. Don't sleep on this set!

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The Space Saver

6-Inch Kindle E-Reader, $49.99 (was $79.99), Amazon

If anyone needs to free up space in their bags, it's moms. Give them the gift of reading anywhere.

The Me-Time Candles

Voluspa Japonica Embossed Votive Gift Set, $28 (was $40; use code LETSGO), Anthropologie

Voluspa candles are simply the best. Give this awesome gift set to the mom trying to maintain a semblance of calm around the household.

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