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Gift Ideas for Mother's Day

 
 

Mother's Day

Mother's Day is a special day that honors mothers and the influence they have on families, their children, and society as a whole. Mother's Day is celebrated in many different parts of the world and is a complement to the Father's Day celebrations. Most cultures celebrate the day in March, April, or May. Mother's celebrations can be traced back to Greek and Roman cultures, although the US holiday is not directly related to those celebrations. Mother's Day, in the modern era, is a day to pamper and appreciate Mom's for all they have done throughout the year. That often means showing her you love her and care for her with a special gift. Below are a few ideas:

Jewelry

Jewelry is an item that most women love. It can be unique and make them feel very special. In order to add a little faith into the mix, you can even buy jewelry that corresponds with religion. Celtic jewelry, cross rings, or cross earrings can make the mother feel even more special.

 

Homemade Gifts

Mother's often appreciate homemade gifts as much as anything you can buy from a store. That could mean a homemade card, breakfast in bed, a handmade coupon book that she can redeem various chores and favors at another time or any number of other items.

Flowers

Flowers are one of the most traditional gifts mother's receive on mother's day. Children can give them to their mothers, but father's can also give them to their wives as gifts of appreciation.

Pampering

Most busy women simply want a little time for themselves. A mother's favorite gift might be a gift card to a spa where she can enjoy a pedicure, facial, or massage and just have some time to herself.

Religious Items

In order to show your mother you care, give her something related to her faith. Items like Christian books, CDs, DVDs, statues, or wall hangings will tell her that you care about her faith as well as her overall wellbeing.