It usually goes without saying that you are your mother’s greatest gift. That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t do your best to spoil her this Mother’s Day with tangible gifts.
After the kind of year we’ve all had, mom deserves a little TLC and then some. Chances are you were separate from her for a good chunk of it, so it’s likely that all she wants is to spend time with you. However, she can’t deny that it would be awesome to receive some gifts. After all, who could?
These gift ideas will definitely warm mom’s heart, whether you’re safely visiting or you’re celebrating her from afar.
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Who wouldn’t feel like a million bucks when they slip into this? Make your mom feel like she’s at the spa all day with this luxurious robe.
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The whole family can always be together with this 14K gold necklace that will hold each of your siblings’ birthstones.
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Fresh flowers are always a Mother’s Day staple – but this year, get ones that won’t die so fast. Lasting roses symbolize lasting love.
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Mom will get the perfect pour every time with this purifier that will filter out harsh-tasting sulfites and keep wine at an ideal chilled temperature.
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This is one of my go-to gifts for my mom that never fails to make her smile. There are plenty of varieties of snacks for you to choose from based on whatever treats your mom tends to crave.
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This elegant diffuser would blend in with any room in the house and fill it with serene scents.
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Invite some friends into mom’s garden with this gorgeous purple magnolia feeder that will attract a variety of birds.
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Mom will hardly have to touch any other kitchen appliance again after receiving this incredible all-in-one pressure cooker.
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If your mom is anything like mine, the storage on her phone is almost full because she has so many pictures of family on there. Have her connect her phone to this digital frame so she can actually look at all those photos without scrolling for hours.
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This one-size-fits-all pot lid could save your mom the time and sanity it takes to search the kitchen for that one lid she needs.