So it’s very soon to celerabate Mother’s Day and we know that moms never asks more on their special day except that you are ready to give your love to them. How can we celebrate this special day effectively?
Considering to express love to moms on Mother’s Day, it isn’t the amount of money spent (in fact, I get more of a kick out of saving money, usually). What makes Mother’s Day special to me is two things: getting a free pass out of normal mom work like laundry, cleaning, cooking and the like, and getting to spend time with my family. It’s easy and as long as you are willing to do, she will know.
Have a day off and stay with Mom.
This should be the absolute minimum you do to celebrate Mother’s Day. No matter how much busy you are, you have to leave this day free and spend the day together with her, talk with her, or do something with her and help her with the thing she is doing. Remember, stay with her on this special day.
Have a surprise party.
Not every mom will want a surprise party on Mother’s Day, so be sensitive to what the mom in your life will enjoy. I happen to love parties and especially love surprise parties, so the idea of having a surprise party on Mother’s Day — one at which the dads and kids are responsible for all the planning, prepping and cleanup — sounds insanely fun. You have to be serious about pulling this off right, though. No fair planning it and then making Mom handle the cleanup. Do it all.
Have a family movie in the evening.
Family time is important for most moms, and finding time to do things together gets more and more difficult as kids get older and have their own social circles, jobs and events. So dedicate Mother’s Day night to a special family movie night. Mom gets to pick the movies. Dad and kids provide meal and/or movie-appropriate snacks, and everyone gets to settle in for some chill time together.
Make a memory book of the family.
For the creatively minded, having the whole family sit down for a couple of hours to put together a family memory book could be the perfect no-cost gift. Gather supplies you already have: an empty photo album, pretty papers, stickers, photos and the like. Put an hour or two into it, and have (or help) each family member create a page individually and then put them in the book, or work on each page as a team.
Buy Mom what she needs.
Pay some extra attention to what Mom really needs, for example, is she suffering hair loss? Then you can just buy her a wig to disguise this rest her hair to grow again. This should be able to be used on a daily base and last long. So that Mom would feel your deep love and care.
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