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Amazon Mother's Day Gift Ideas

Mother's Day is coming. I'm sure many of you, like me, are having that inner fight with themselves on what to obtain for their mother as a gift. Does something simple say you don't care? Does something expensive say you're over compensating? Does something homemade make you cheap? So many questions and such little time to find answers.

The glorious truth is that your mother does not care if you get her diamond earrings or an engraved bottle cap. She will love what you have taken the time to present her with, regardless of cost or status. That makes me smile.

How do I know this? I'm a mother silly.

My children are young, and as of now, they don't think about such things as us adults do. To them, this day is to do something nice for mom. If they even remember that is. I take those finger paintings of something I can't recognize, play dough bowls and gifts of my own jewelry wrapped in toilet paper with pride and joy! Even will display them for years to come. To me, those are the gifts that will matter most to me throughout the years. The purity of adolescence is magical, isn't it?

As for us aged individuals, the giving seems much harder. It isn't. The same concept applies. Normally on Mother's Day, I give my mother a dozen peach roses. She likes daisies, but to get peach daisies is difficult. So, roses it is. I do this because my mother loves the smell of flowers and because her favorite color is peach. Some years, I will draw her a portrait of someone in the family or make her a painting of her favorite place. Something only she will have and is catered to her and her interests. She enjoys these types of gifts because they are hers and hers alone. No one in life will ever have anything similar.

If you're running into trouble in the area of finding the perfect gift I've created a small list of some of the popular options on

3D Photo Crystal:

You don't have ugly children mug:

100 Dates scratch off Poster:

To mom from Daughter blanket:

Red Tea Cup with Spoon:

Rustic Wood picture frame gift set:

Wine glass and coffee mug holder:

Birthday Reminder Calendar:

Mug, necklace, earrings and candle gift set:

Personalized puzzle frame:

Make your own gift

Other Ideas:

Photo Blanket:

Heart shaped mothers day crystal:

Best mom Ever Mother's Day card:

Mother's Day music box:

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I would be lying if I said my views differed from my mothers. I am a die hard for the sentimental-type gifts. Probably will be until I'm old and gray. Some would say different about themselves, and that's alright. To each their own. The key is finding what your mother is interested in. What she likes, dislikes, cares for and enjoys. Once you've confirmed those things, half the battle is over. Now there's research to be done on where you can find or make the items she would like. OR -- She may rather just your company. If that's the case, you're golden. Take her to a paint and sip, a good movie or a nice dinner and talk with her about anything and everything. Might I suggest doing that on a different day than Mother's Day itself. Too crowded if you ask me.

What you decide to do for gifts is your prerogative. I wish you all the best in your journey to finding the perfect item or plan. To all you moms out there reading

Have a happy Mother's Day

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