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Kim Kardashian Recommends You Get Your Mom a $176 Body Chain

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Ah, springtime — the special season whose April showers and May flowers give way to Mother's Day, which, if you're part of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, means honoring the woman who incubated you in her womb for nine months by gifting her a body chain. But not just any body chain! A $176 body chain, of course, because what else would suffice for dear ol' mum?

Kim published her comprehensive Mother's Day gift guide on her website Tuesday, with tailored suggestions based on the breed of mom you're shopping for. "For the Kris," she recommends aforementioned body chain, as well as slightly more "regular mom" options, like a pajama set and an apron.

"For the Chrissy" (a.k.a. Kim's friend and newly-christened mom Chrissy Teigen), Kim suggests a copy of Khloe's book Strong Looks Better Naked, because two days is more than enough time to start thinking about how to get your pre-baby body back! And last but not least, "for the Kim," because you need "something fun for yourself," Kim recommends buying herself a kimono robe, a set of Calvins, or maybe some Givenchy slides. (I get it, Kim, I have to write lists for myself all the time, too.)

Consider your Mother's Day shopping handled. Thanks, Kim!