The softest sweats for her to wear on repeat this winter, $69.50.
A funny hat to continue a conversation you’ve been having for decades. $30.
A faux fur blanket for cuddling up while watching Schitt’s Creek, from $45. (The company is on a mission to ban the sale of real fur in the United States.)
Pumpkin spice caramels, handmade and handwrapped in Chicago. $10 for 20 pieces.
One of the great books of 2020, such as The Vanishing Half, Writers & Lovers and Untamed. Or a collection of your all-time favorite books to enjoy (for me: Olive Kitteridge, An American Marriage and Away From Her.)
The cutest carafe, $65, to make her bedroom feel like a soft landing place.
Mittens inspired by duvets, for long winter walks. $45.
A vegan boar-bristle brush with a serious cult following, $28. (The reviews are bananas, and New York Magazine compares it to Mason Pearson.)
Rummikub, the best game, and a promise to play together as soon as possible. $7.50.
A donation in her name to The Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps enrich the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through outdoor recreation. Because she believes in the power nature so deeply.