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Four Unique Gifts for Expectant Moms Includes New Technology That Enhances Pre-Natal Bonding
Date:4/30/2009

HOUSTON, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- As an expectant mother, her first official Mother's Day doesn't have to be next year, after her special delivery arrives. Here are four unique ideas to make this Mother's Day unforgettable for the expectant mother.

Errands Service: For pregnant women prescribed bed rest, this can be a vexing time. She knows it is best for her and the baby (or babies) to stay off her feet, but she is still very aware that laundry is piling up and grocery shopping must be done. Give the mom-to-be a day of worry-free relaxation by surprising her with a personal concierge for the day, allowing her the rest she needs to keep her and baby healthy.

Pre-Natal Massage: The joy of pregnancy also typically includes muscular aches and pains. Pamper your goddess with child by treating her to a pre-natal massage to ease her discomfort and help her to relax.

One-of-a-kind keepsakes: Try a unique memento for the mom-in-waiting. Consider Baby Cakes Diaper Design, whose creative specialists concoct decorative, tiered cakes made of diapers and sprinkled with gifts and trinkets guaranteed to make her shower memorable.

High Tech Baby Images: Precious Glance, a leading imaging boutique, celebrates motherhood in all its stages using 3D and 4D ultrasound technology. Unlike traditional, black-and-white 2D ultrasounds that show only the skeletal outline of the child, 3D and 4D ultrasounds share the baby in greater detail. 3D ultrasounds show the baby's tissue, so the result is more like the baby's first picture. 4D ultrasounds actually show real-time movement, offering an entirely different bonding experience. "Our 3D and 4D ultrasounds provide exciting, meaningful ways for mothers to start getting to know their babies - the ultimate Mother's Day gift," said Chasity Jones, owner of Precious Glance.

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