Mother's Day Gifts For Every Type Of Mom
She spends a lot of her life cooking for and cleaning up after the family. Now it's her turn to get organized. Preserve all her recipes in this adorable cookbook unique to her. That'll ensure that the recipes passed down from her mom will eventually get to you or your kids
Get Bonus Points: Cook for her, because let's face it: what she really needs is a day off.
The Mom's Mom
You know the type: She's the mom who's always worrying, thinking and talking about her kids. She's the one who never stops being a mom, not for even a second, and though it sometimes makes you a little crazy, you love her for it. So on her day, indulge her crazy with even more of a reminder (as if she needed it) of her "mom-ness": A personalized necklace means her beloved kids don't have to ever be far from her heart
Get Bonus Points: It's kind of a no-brainer, but the best gift you can give the Mom's Mom is her child: Arrange a visit! Bonus bonus points? Get all the siblings to join in.
A tropical vacation with her gal pals this month, a trip to visit one of her kids the next, this is one lady who gets around—and no, not in that way. Make her getaways simpler and prettier with a punchy passport wallet that's both sleek and functional. The streamlined design makes it easy to carry in the hand or in the purse and there are pockets for everything from passport to credit card
Get Bonus Points: Whether she's lounging on a beach or shopping in Paris, it's a sure bet that she's thinking she'd love to share it with you, so make her feel extra special by giving her a little extra QT, a getaway the two of you can share, even if it's just a weekend close to home. Many places, like the House on Water Street in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, even offer mother/daughter or couples packages.
Whether she's a green thumb or a black one with aspirations, gifting her with an herb set to brighten up her windowsill and add some cheer to her day (and her meals) is a gift that says you care
Get Bonus Points: It's pretty obvious, but helping her plant will make her day. To make it even better, plan to take her to the nursery to pick out her own greenery, and then the two of you can go home and get dirty with the planting.
She's always saying that kindness makes the world go round. Let her know that her lessons sunk in with a set of Boom Boom Cards, a deck of 26 cards, each of which suggests a simple act of random goodness, like smiling at a stranger or sending a handwritten letter. The beauty of the cards, though, is that they enforce mom's message—the good acts keep on giving since the doer passes the card on, and then tracks the spread of good deeds through an online database. It doesn't get more "gift that keeps on giving" than this
Get Bonus Points: Write her a handwritten letter of your own, telling her how much her example has inspired you. Then suggest that you split the cards; it'll be a reason to talk more often as you track the good-deed-doing.
The Fashionista Mom
Sometimes her level of fashion-consciousness freaks you out, but you also appreciate the fact that she always looks polished. Add to her every ensemble with the Miche bag. It starts as a boring black purse, but can morph into more than 30 different bags with interchangeable shells and straps that allow her to match her bag to her outfit without having to transfer all the contents
Get Bonus Points: Daughters, remember when you were a teenager and wanted her money but didn't want to be seen at the mall with her? Pay her back by letting her walk with you, and buying her some new duds on a shared shopping spree.
She's successful in her career and as a mom and at pretty much everything else. She can even fix stuff—and we're not just talking a torn hem. Give her a tool set that's not only worthy of her mad skills, it also serves to empower and support women like her; a portion of the proceeds go toward breast cancer research
Get Bonus Points: Actually listen when she tries to tell you how to fix your a faucet.
She works long hours and then spends even longer hours worrying about the kids—even when there is nothing to worry about. She cooks, she cleans, and she keeps a smile on her face, even when she's ready to drop. What she needs is some relaxation. Stat. Enter SpaFinder, the website that will direct her to the nearest, most luxurious spa in her area and the nearest most relaxing treatment for whatever ails her
Get Bonus Points: Join her on a spa day. It's a sacrifice you may just have to make.
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