Mother’s Day Gifts and Recipes

Mother's Day Gifts and RecipesOh, Mother’s Day. One of our favorite days of the year. While we should show the women who raised us gratitude and respect all throughout the year, it’s nice to have a day dedicated to just celebrating them. Being a mother you are constantly taking care of someone else and their needs – it’s nice to take a moment to feel like who we are and what we do is appreciated. While being a mother is an extremely selfless job, who doesn’t like a little bit of acknowledgement. After all, we do try to teach our children that credit should be given where credit is due, right?

Mothers don’t need a big to do (however, I doubt she will turn one down) what they really want is the fact that you took the time, effort, and thought into doing something for them. Whether you are simply cooking your mom breakfast, throwing a brunch, or putting your craft skills to use – here are a few ideas for putting something special together for your mom this Sunday.



Cinnamon Rolls from A Blissful Nest

Mini sausage, egg and cheese frittatas

Mini sausage, egg and cheese frittatas from Table for Two Blog

Strawberry Scones with Lemon Icing Recipe

Strawberry Scones with Lemon Icing from Domestically Speaking


Sunrise Mimosa

Sunrise Mimosa from Wine and Glue


Raspberry-Lime Rickey from My Recipes


Skinny Caramel Frappe from Gimme Some Oven

DIY Gifts


Mason Jar Picture Frame from Home Stories A to Z


Mother’s Day Bouquet from Me and My Insanity

diy tray

Breakfast In Bed from 733 Blog

What will you be doing for your mom on Mother’s Day this Sunday? Will you be trying any of the ideas above? 


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