Student gives the gift of time with these thoughtful ideas.
Your mom has helped you with so much, and now it’s time to celebrate her. Most moms are overworked and deserving of some much-needed R&R. So whether that means getting a few extra ZZZs or taking a casual day trip with the family, we have all the tools you need to honor your mom on Mother’s Day. Whichever way you craft your itinerary, our favorite activities are bound to create memories you’ll talk about for years to come. (And don’t forget to include a sweet present too.)
Your mom is the best at finding epic deals, so why not join her for a little shopping? Head to a flea market or antique shop to add to your collection.
What’s a better memory than a family photo? Hire a photographer to take countless pictures you’ll enjoy for years to come.
More like brunch in bed — let her sleep in, then enjoy flapjacks and snuggles! We’ve got all the recipes you’ll need for a beautiful Mother’s Day brunch.
We’re sure any mom would love having some fun in the sun with her favorite foods and her favorite people.
When’s the last time she got to watch something that wasn’t a kid’s show? Have someone else babysit and take Mom to a movie for a few hours.
If she’s always the person making the meals, give her a night off by making one of these easy Mother’s Day dinner recipes.
Centerpieces are pretty, but decor that displays her name in fresh flowers on a lattice wall? Yep, that’s the winner.
Spend some time in the great outdoors and let Mom get back in touch with nature. You could make it a family outing, or if you know she’s been itching to get back to some more challenging trails, you could hire a sitter for a few hours.
By May 12, flowers will definitely be blooming, making a stroll through a nearby botanical garden a gorgeous and thoughtful way to celebrate her on Mother’s Day.