Mother’s Day is fast approaching and it is time to start thinking about how you would like to spoil that wonderful woman in your life.
Flowers and cupcakes are always a great option, but if you are looking for something that will last longer than a day and show her how much she is loved, take a look at this Mother’s Day gift guide.
Barberry and Lace Layering Necklaces: You can buy one or you can buy three, but all of these necklaces have an elegant look that will look beautiful on anyone. Some can even be customized with letters, dates or favorite words.
Mantra Bands: These bracelets have lots of “mantras” to choose from, find one (or more to stack) that will tell that special lady just how you feel about her. They come in gold, rose gold or silver and they are easily adjustable to fit all wrist sizes.
Moms Who Journal
Naptime Diaries Journal for Moms: This is a spiritual journal that has readings and space for mothers to reflect on their life and cast visions for the future.
Moms One Line a Day Journal: This journal is a simple and quick way to reflect on the day. You can write what happened or something funny your kids said. There is space to record your easy, but memorable thoughts for five years.
Beyond Yoga pants: These are the softest yoga pants ever created. You might as well buy several pairs because she will want to live in them.
BKR Water Bottle: The best beauty and work out secret is to stay hydrated and these glass water bottles are made of soft silicone and designed with colors inspired by the latest runway
Moms that Love AZ Summer
Enough Style Bamboo Sunglasses: These are lightweight and stylish. They are the most comfortable sunglasses she will ever own and they come in a variety of bright summer colors. All of the sunglasses are polarized to protect your eyes from that AZ sun as well.
Tory Burch Flip Flops: Whether you live in Arizona or not, summer is around the corner and that means it’s time to trade in those boots for flip flops. Why not invest in a pair that are stylish, colorful and come in several different styles.
Bread & Wine by Shauna Niequist: This is a heartwarming book about how food brings families and friends together. The author takes us through happy and hard times in her life and shares the recipes that were along for the ride. It’s easy to read at your own pace and has lots of great recipes to try.
Sur la Table Cooking Class: From desserts to international cuisines, there are so many cooking classes to choose from, you can book a class for mom to have some time alone or together for a date night.