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So, it’s May and probably one of the most important Holidays of the year is Mother’s Day. Yeah, it may be a made-up holiday, but your mom is worth it! When I think of Mother’s Day Gifts, I think of cozy things and how I would like to be pampered. Basically, these are all things I would love (hint hint Andy and Noah 😉😆.)
Before we jump right on in, I want to say you can give a gift to anyone on Mother’s Day that has been like a mother to you. This could be a friend, a co-worker, an aunt, a grandma. My mother-in-law died before Andy, and I were married, and my mom is no longer with us. I miss her every day. So, if you have someone that you can pamper, I say do it. So, let’s get to it.
There are so many good things in this list! What mom doesn’t need cozy slippers, a super soft blanket and a beautiful robe? I love the idea of the initial necklace. I think it’s such a cute and dainty way to wear your child’s initials. Things from this list that I have (and love): the curling iron, the face mask, cookbook (it’s on the way), the perfume, the Stanley mug and candle.
I want to leave you with a story about some of my favorite memories of my mother. My mom played with us. We loved summer and sometimes after supper, we would have a wiffle ball game. Now it was only my mom and dad, and my sister and I… but we still had fun. I remember our dog would even get involved. We always went on a summer vacation. And most of the time, it was somewhere different. That’s one of the reasons I love going to different places for our summer vacations. I want my son to have that same experience. And a summer vacation isn’t the same if it’s not a road trip. Some of my favorite memories of my mom as an adult are shopping for my wedding dress. It was just my mom, my sis, and I. My mom was there the night my son was born. They stayed the whole time at the hospital until Noah was finally born (18 hours of labor, no epidural). My mom loved her grandkids. She died when my son was only six and my nephew and niece were 4 and almost 2. But now, she’s their guardian angel. 😇 Tell me in the comments one of your favorite memories of your mom. I love to hear from you. Until next time Treasure Hunters!