The better half hasn’t asked me what I want for Mother’s Day, he never really does. Why you ask? I have no idea. Maybe he just knows what I want, but still you need to ask. It’s only normal, right?
Maybe I don’t want the normal flowers, breakfast and brunch.
So for all those men out there that still don’t know what to get the wonderful mothers in your life, maybe this list can help you.
1. For the “I just want to sleep in bed all day” type of mom: Get her a pillow. Not just a pillow but a meaningful one.
Head to Nordstrom’s and get this pillow for her only $18 bucks!
2. If your mom or grandma like their alcohol first thing in the morning while on a vacation they probably start it off like me with a beautiful Bloody Mary.
These glasses from Uncommon Goods will help them make the best Bloody Mary… ever.
3. Coffee lover… Here is your answer for a monthly gift of caffeine to give to the lovely mom in your life for Mother’s Day. I promise, if she’s like me and lives on coffee, she’s gonna love your this.
Visit Coffee Cargo to get your monthly coffee sent right to your door.
4. For the busy Mom in your life that is so busy she forgets to charge her cell phone….-this is probably her request for this year.
The Mophie Powerstation has saved my life more than once. We live on our phones these days, and so do our kids. So- don’t get stuck at the grocery store with a crying kid and an uncharged cell phone. It will be bad news.
Visit Verizon to get one.. she will thank you for it.
5. And last but not least, for the mom who loves fitness, or trying out a new way to workout this year. The FitBit is your answer.
Again, she will thank you for it. Check out Verizon as well for these!
Happy Mother’s Day Week to all you wonderful moms out there! Hope you get whatever you want this Mother’s Day- you deserve it!
Cheers and Love
Author: Nicole Mildren
Nicole Mildren is the author of Champagne To Crayons, first time mom, and celebrates motherhood in the best way she knows how; by remembering she is just not a mom. Owning her own business, and Marketing Director of the Pittsburgh MomCon helps her stay sane in the world of motherhood.