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    54 Practical Gifts To Get Your Parents This Year

    What's that? The sound of your parents finally admitting you're the favorite.

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    1. An electric toothbrush with a subscription-based brush head refill, so your roomie will never have to remember to buy another toothbrush or brush head again. Now THAT is something to smile about.

    2. A stylish teal ottoman they can store all their odds 'n' ends in so guests will never know they're *kind of* a hoarder.

    3. A memory foam seat cushion to ensure they're comfortable and supported from top to bottom — literally.

    4. A duffel bag with a padded shoulder strap to replace the old one they've likely been lugging around on vacations since before they had kids.

    5. A shower curtain complete with pockets they can use to upgrade their bathroom's storage space without doing something wild like installing a new vanity or cabinets.

    6. A mug warmer, because every day is a little bit brighter when it includes a hot cup of coffee rather than a lukewarm one.

    7. An ever-popular Instant Pot with so many uses they'll need to take a deep breath before deciding what to make with it first.

    8. Rosetta Stone Language Software for your dad who has always said he wanted to learn Italian but never found the time to do it.

    9. A plush bathrobe made of a fast-drying air-woven terry cotton your parent will want to lounge around in all day.

    10. A microfiber duvet cover set so you can switch up their bedroom's color scheme without overwhelming them with *too much* change at once.

    11. And luxurious sheets that'll make them feel like they're staying in a five-star hotel every night instead of their own home. Only the best for your fam!

    12. A mini food processor — perfect for your parents who recently became "empty nesters" and no longer need to make dinner for the whole family.

    13. A Makeup Eraser cloth they'll wonder how they lived this long without after seeing how it magically takes ALL of their makeup off with just a few swipes.

    14. A faux fur throw blanket, so soft you'll want to buy two of so Mom and Dad don't have to fight over it.

    15. Or a hand-woven blanket complete with fringe detailing you can use to cover up the wine stain you somehow managed to get on their couch during Thanksgiving. All anyone will want to know is where they found such a fabulous throw.

    16. An easy-to-read food scale they can keep handy to make recipes with the utmost accuracy.

    17. An Amazon Firestick so they can watch talked-about shows like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and feel like they're keeping up with "whatever the kids are into these days."

    18. A countertop garden your parents can keep in the kitchen to grow their beloved herbs all year long instead of just during the summer months.

    19. A rapid egg cooker that'll make their breakfast faster than they can say, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?".

    20. A cleaning pen to help your jewelry-obsessed parent keep their gems sparkling.

    21. A dynamic sneaker your dad likely wore in the '90s and will be overwhelmed with nostalgia about adding them to his shoe collection once again.

    22. A personalized docking station with a place for their phone, wallet, keys, and more to help them keep track of their most important items at all times.

    23. LED strip lights for the back of their TV or computer monitor that'll add some extra mood lighting to any room and are said to help prevent eyestrain. Go ahead, watch Netflix for days on end without concern.

    24. An oversized Madewell tote your mom will absolutely love because it isn't "over-the-top" and will have room for ALL of her random necessities — yes, even that spare packet of tissues and a Bed Bath and Beyond coupon from 2009.

    25. An electric kettle, because the cold weather will be here before we know it and it'll be so nice for your parents to make a cup of tea without fussing with an actual tea pot.

    26. An apron with built-in oven mitts and a sewn-in conversion chart that'll protect their clothes while they whip up your favorite meals whenever you visit.

    27. A handheld dog shower attachment they can use to clean up the family dog without getting completely soaked.

    28. A towel from Havly that'll get softer each time they wash it — they've spent years raising your annoying butt, don't you think they deserve something soft to dry off theirs?

    29. A pack of oven liners to protect the bottom of their oven from any overflow/oozing and let them continue on pretending they're competing on The Great British Baking Show worry-free.

    30. Leather moccasins your mom can slip into when she's running late but doesn't want to sacrifice an ounce of comfort or style.

    31. Oven mitts they'll love ~beary~ much — especially because they're actually heat-resistant.

    32. Or a brown sugar bear that is as cute as it is functional and'll keep their sugar from getting hard as a rock over time. When the mood strikes to bake something delicious they won't have to head out to the store for an extra ingredient.

    33. A special necklace you can customize with their name so they can wear it every day and stop debating "which necklace goes with this outfit?"

    34. A set of satin pillowcases to make them feel like they're living a life of luxury while also improving breakage, tangles, and frizz in their hair.

    35. A subscription to Disney+ so you can selfishly use it also and stream all of the classic movies you grew up watching together.

    36. A new set of non-stick pots and pans, free of toxic metals so your parents can keep on cooking without fear of ingesting anything they shouldn't be.

    37. A handheld knife sharpener they can use to bring their most-used kitchen utensils back to life in a flash without destroying their countertop or cutting boards.

    38. A set of socks to keep your loved one's toes toasty all winter long — beware, you'll probably want to pick up some for yourself!

    39. A pack of colorful silicone straws you can share with their fellow environmentally conscious colleagues who accompany them on iced coffee runs.

    40. An ice roller, which is said to help decrease under-eye puffiness, minimize fine lines, and shrink the look of pores — as well as to relieve headaches and sore muscles.

    41. An ironic garlic chopper inspired by Dracula that'll make any chef smile and prevent their fingers from smelling like pungent garlic all day.

    42. A 4-oz bottle of Poo-Pourri featuring a festive scent to transform any stinky situation into one Santa would approve of.

    43. A 12-inch foam roller they'll surprisingly get a lot of use of even if they aren't a gym rat. It's perfect for loosening the muscles in their back/legs after sitting at a desk all day (or stress-induced tension).

    44. Cut resistant gloves — a must-have for any parent who isn't super confident in their knife skills and would like to keep all of their digits.

    45. Velvet hangers that may seem like a boring gift but'll transform their closet from one that says "hot mess" to "oh yes."

    46. A car seat gap filler, so they'll never have to fret about dropping their phone or a rogue French fry into a seemingly endless abyss never to be found again.

    47. A stainless steel ring that doubles as a fidget spinner that'll help keep your parent calm, cool, and collected in stressful times.

    48. A massage roller they can use to apply acupressure on the bothersome parts of their feet to make them feel fantastic before heading off to bed. It's so easy to use they can roll away without taking their eyes off of the latest episode of The Crown.

    49. A collapsible Stojo cup they can use to bring their fave hot beverage on their errands then simply squish it down and pop it into their bag without a worry it won't be able to fit.

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