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Gift Ideas for hard to buy for Moms

 Mother’s Day is almost here and for some it’s pretty hard to think of gifts. I have never had this problem for a woman, but I would think it might be for some.
Jewelry is always a good standby. But maybe she has too many pieces or just doesn’t wear it. Flowers, especially for outdoor planting is popular. You can also add in your help to Spring Clean her garden, weeding, trimming, planting is most helpful. It would give you great pictures too, outside surrounded by all the greenery.

What does she like to do? Can you plan a day with her to go golfing, shopping, antiquing? Spending time with mom’s is probably their #1 desire. Many miss their kids after becoming empty-nesters.

 

Does she like photography or painting? You can go to an Arboretum for the day.

Does she like to bake? Buy her new cookie sheets and baking supplies or a new apron and plan a day baking. A great idea to do with her grandkids. She’ll get to teach them her baking secrets and pass down how to make family recipes.

Is she homebound? Then spending time with you and the family would be a perfect day. Help clean up and cook her meals for the whole day. Video tape or record her and ask her questions about how she met Dad, what it was like growing up, what she liked to do as a kid? What kind of baby were you?
Hopefully these ideas will work for you or will inspire your own.
Don’t forget to take lots of pictures! 
Gift Ideas for hard to buy for Mom’s
Mother’s Day is almost here and for some it’s pretty hard to think of gifts. I have never had this problem for a woman, but I would think it might be for some. 
Jewelry is always a good standby. But maybe she has too many pieces or just doesn’t wear it. Flowers, especially for outdoor planting is popular. You can also add in your help to Spring Clean her garden, weeding, trimming, planting is most helpful. It would give you great pictures too, outside surrounded by all the greenery.
What does she like to do? Can you plan a day with her to go golfing, shopping, or antiquing? Spending time with mom is probably their #1 desire. Many miss their kids after becoming empty-nesters.
Does she like photography or painting? You can go to an Arboretum for the day.
Does she like to bake? Buy her new cookie sheets and baking supplies or a new apron and plan a day baking. A great idea to do with her grandkids. She’ll get to teach them her baking secrets and pass down how to make family recipes. 
Is she homebound? Then spending time with you and the family would be a perfect day. Help clean up and cook her meals for the whole day. Video tape or record her and ask her questions about how she met Dad, what it was like growing up, what she liked to do as a kid? What kind of baby were you?
Hopefully these ideas will work for you or will inspire your own.
Don’t forget to take lots of pictures!

 

~ Christy