Hanukkah Gift Guide 2012: For Moms

She gave birth, and then oh-so-much more. Thank mom this Hanukkah with a thoughtful present. Here are our favorite picks from ModernTribe.

If you’re dealing with a cooking-friendly mama, she will be proud to serve her potato pancakes in style with this adorable Stainless Steel Latke Server ($6). Or if you’re looking for something she can use year round, they make the same server just for kugel.

Speaking of moms who love to cook, help her stay organized with this Recipe Journal ($39.95). On the outside, it’s filled with adorable illustrations of chicken soup ingredients, and on the inside, it has special places to include photos and memories from the dinner table, alongside her favorite recipes.

When mom needs a break, she’ll have an eco-friendly tea time with this elegant porcelain Tea-Lover Eco Cup ($12). Tea time on the go–that’s what I’m talking about.

If mom needs some new bling, give her something meaningful with this Beauty, Kindness, Compassion Necklace ($176-$187). The words are etched in Hebrew and English on either side and will be a great reminder of what it’s all about it, even during a diaper change.

You could also gift two birds with one stone with this set of Mother & Daughter Star Necklaces ($110). Handmade out of sterling silver, mom and daughter won’t have to fight over the best jewelry anymore. Check out other mother/daughter necklace sets here, including a hamsa and the ever popoular heart.

You might want to indulge mom with this Royal Jelly Body Butter ($24) which is packed with vitamins, lipids, and amino acids. It’s delicate blackberry scent is pretty easy on the nose, too.

If Mom isn’t a Woman of Valor, we don’t know who is. Let her know with this beautiful Woman of Valor T-Shirt ($29) that features the traditional Hebrew phrase on a form-flattering tee.

And finally, Mom’s got to schlep all these presents home in something. Enter the Schlep Tote Bag ($24), perfect for any Yiddish lover and schlepper.

Remember, for any purchase you make on ModernTribe by following these links, Kveller gets a portion of the profits. Think of it as your Hanukkah gift to us. We really, really appreciate it.

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