If you want to show your mom even more love and appreciation this year, check out some fun and creative Mother's Day ideas. More than ever, mothers deserve to be remembered and given at least a little something to show them our immense gratitude for being with us every day. Being a modern mother is not easy at all, and considering the current situation, it seems that mothers are the ones who carry the most burden in the family. That's why we've selected several gift ideas to make her happy. The gifts don't have to be big, it's just important to show her that you're thinking of her and that you're grateful for everything she's done for you.
Mother's Day it's been around for as long as there have been moms. In ancient times, holidays honoring mothers were often associated with gods and goddesses and maternal symbols of fertility, birth, creativity and the cycle of growth, as the mother is the protector and educator of children and thus of all humanity. Although motherhood has been celebrated since ancient times, Mother's Day as we know it today began to be celebrated in America in the 20th century. The initials is Anna Jarvis, who in 1905, after the death of her mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis, launched a campaign in honor of her mother. At first Anna's request to make Mother's Day an official holiday was rejected, but she did not give up. After a few years, Mother's Day was officially celebrated for the first time, and eventually the custom spread to countries around the world
This holiday in honor of all mothers has continued to this day, when many of the we show love and gratitude to the person, which brought us into this world. If you want her this year ishow even more love and accolades for all she has done (and continues to do) for you—check out some fun and creative ideas for Mother's Day, which will make this Mother's Day unforgettable for your mother.
Ideas for Mother's Day
1. Offer to help her in the yard and garden
If your mother lives in a house with a yard and/or garden that she tends, visit her and give her a "gift certificate" for her yard services and the garden. Whether it's mowing the grass, planting flowers or vegetables, or simply decorating the yard, slip this gift certificate into a bouquet of flowers and make your mom happy this Mother's Day in a creative yet very useful way.
2. Decorate her front door or give her flowers
If you live nearby, she can have fun decorating mom's front door with ribbons, special signs, wreaths, and/or flowers! If you have children - include them too! Mom/Grandma will love the surprise. If you live close to your mom, deliver the flowers to her personally, but if not, you can always order delivery and show her you're thinking of her.
3. Cook for mom or take her out for lunch/dinner
For those a little younger who still live with their mother, it is breakfast in bed always a classic and appreciated gift, all you have to do is stand in front of her and bring her whatever she likes, from croissants to sandwiches, glasses of squeezed juice or coffee on a plate. If you don't live with your mother, invite her to lunch or dinner with you or her take to a restaurant or for coffee and pastries. In addition to showing her how much she means to you, you will be spending quality time together in the best possible environment - with food!
4. Surprise her with a long phone or video call
For those who live far away or cannot be near their mother, we suggest a long phone or video call. An honest conversation and laughter will brighten her day.
5. Watch a movie or series together
Visit your mother or invite her to your place and spend Mother's Day with a movie or a series with your favorite snacks or treats.
6. Get creative: Make a video for mom
Make a video with your brothers and sisters, that is, with all of your mother's children. Each of you can say "all the best for mother's day” and why he loves his mother. Or create a music playlist of her favorite music.
7. Go for a walk in the park or prepare a picnic for her
Fresh air always lifts the mood. Spring is a wonderful time for a walk in the park or a trip to nature. Pack it up food and drink in the basket, pick up your mother and take her to hang out in nature.
8. Make a gift yourself
You don't have to go shopping to find the perfect gift. An easy gift with just a little effort and will you make it yourself. Whether you make her soap or scrub, homemade jam, a card or a fragrant potpourri - you won't go wrong.