That’s how long you have to prepare for celebrating…
In case you haven’t thought about it yet, it’s Sunday, May 8th.
Are you ready?
Well if you’re not, it’s not too late! If you’re running low on inspiration I think I might be able to lend some help seeing as how I have first hand experience at being a mom and knowing a few things moms might like. I’ve put together a collage with suggestions of some things I have and love and some things I found that I like below. Just click on the green link and you’ll be taken right to the pages where you can find and purchase them. Easy peasy!
*’d items are ones I personally own…and L♥VE
If your mom’s not really a jewelry kind-a gal, no worries. I’ve got some more options for you to check out.
Everywhere you look these days you see cute chalkboards with beautiful writing and all kinds of fun sayings or inspirational thoughts. I found this book on another blogger’s blog just last week. You can check out Stephanie’s blog here. She’s cute as a button.
This book looks so AWESOME but if your mom’s not into the whole chalk lettering phenomenon then maybe this darling Keepsake Kitchen Diary would be more up her alley. This is absolutely the cutest idea, especially for young mommas. You could start this when your daughter (or son) is young and have it to give her at her wedding shower. I mean seriously, every woman there will be so jealous she didn’t know about this. I really want to start one for my daughter. I have a shadow box in my kitchen that my mom had made for me that holds my grandmothers pie tin, rolling pin (made by her father, my great-grandfather), her hand whisk, the cover to her pie cookbook and a handwritten (by my grandmother) recipe for her chocolate pie. It is absolutely one of my most prized possessions.
OK, back to the Keepsake Kitchen Diary
What a great gift…your mom will love it. I know I would!!!
Last up, but certainly not least…
A lot of moms feel guilty spending money on skin care but don’t you think your mom is worth every penny? She’s always putting everyone else’s needs first. The last one to sit down to dinner, doing all the laundry, up late put the finishing touches on costumes and on and on. Let your mom know you appreciate her and that she deserves to take care of herself and love the skin she’s in.
Visit my Rodan + Fields website or contact me through email or in the comments section below and I’d be more than happy to help you treat your mom to wonderful skin care.
Hope this helps and inspires you to remember and celebrate your mom in
T minus 18 days.
Happy Wednesday friends!!!