Mothers Day Gifts

Debbie Wolfe

Don't Leave Mother's Day Until The Last Minute

Mother's Day is this Sunday. In amongst all the details of working, living, and being a mother myself, I'm determined to take time to think about what my mother would really like this year. Thinking about my mother's interests -- and about the memories we share together -- has given me a lot of inspiration for this Mother's Day.
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5 Ways to Really Show Mom You Care This Mother's Day

I imagine there are many moms out there like me who don't want big gifts or a ton of fanfare. But they still want to feel special. I don't really want any one 'thing' for Mother's Day. This may sound sentimental, but it's the truth: I want to relive memories, I want to hear how much I mean to my family, and I want to feel loved.
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How to Make Mother's Day Every Day

When the second Sunday in May rolls around, many moms anticipate this will be the one day that they get to be spoiled, to be free of mundane chores, and above all, to be celebrated. That's a lot of pressure to put on Dad and the kids, and many are disappointed when that one day doesn't make up for all of the hard work and sacrifice Mom has given on the previous 364.