With Mother’s Day a little under 3 weeks away, now is the time to start thinking about possible gifts for the mum in your life. I’m a girly girl and LOVE anything that pampers me so pyjamas, candles and gift vouchers are always well received. (Hint hint Jacob if you’re reading this!)
Esther will have a Mother’s Day store at school so I’m bracing myself with what she might choose for me. To be honest, I can’t wait to see what she chooses as I love seeing how her little mind works. And Mother’s Day isn’t about what I receive, it’s about being appreciative of having a family to care for and hopefully the reciprocation of a ‘thanks mum for all you do’ from the kids.
Nevertheless, a gift is always a lovely way to say thank you to mum, so I have put together some gift ideas. Originally I was going to just do one collage of gifts ideas for the tradie mums that like a bit of DIY or are keen to fix things around the home. I also know that a lot of mums probably aren’t interested in DIY gifts so I’ve put together another selection of gifts that might be more their cup of tea.
- Eve Workwear 2678 Pants $115.00 and Chambray Vest $50.00
- Sphere Hanging Planters (Set of 6) $49.95
- Women’s DIY Fix-it and Finish-it Manual $58.99
- She Wear She Can Hot Pink Steel Cap Boots $169.00 (gift vouchers are also available online)
- She Skills 4 Hour Woodworking Workshop Gift Voucher prices range from $135.00
And if you want a gift that will ensure the kids are calm all day so mum can have a relaxing day, because let’s face it she should have one day of peace from her kids, I can’t highly recommend a Petal Diffuser with Lavender Peace on to promote calm throughout the day.
If you’re a mum, what would you like for Mother’s Day? And what will you buy for the mother/s in your life?
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