Cheer your supermom this Mother’s Day with these amazing gifts
Ashton Kutcher just put all of the Mother’s Day gifts to shame by remodelling his mom’s home in Homestead, Iowa, USA, making it the most talked about and the best mother’s day gift of the year.
If you were planning to surprise your mom with the best and the most extravagant gift this Mother’s Day, you have lost your chance of doing so, but you can always try and surprise the special lady in your life in a style of your own.
Well, not everyone is blessed to earn a fortune to gift something exorbitant as the 37-year-old actor, who remodelled his childhood home. But do not lose heart.
Here are some simple, yet lovable, ways that with which you can inundate that special woman in your life with full of joy, irrespective of you knowing her taste.
Let’s get started with the most simple stuff.
A handwritten letter or sweet, touching note are priceless and will be more special than all other gifts you shower on her, as it is filled with your emotion and love for her. So, go ahead and pen a sweet little poem or a “Thank you” note for bringing you on to this earth.
Breakfast in bed:
The way to anyone’s heart is through the stomach, so dish up your love on a platter to your mother and she is surely going to love every bit of it. Cook a scrumptious breakfast and spare her the pain of having to prepare breakfast for everyone at home, at least that day.
Spend time with her:
“Love your parents. We are so busy growing up, we often forget they are also growing old.”-Unknown.
Your time is all she seeks, so set aside the day to spend it with her. Talk to her and there is no better gift any mother could ever ask for. Keep aside all the gadgets that are a source of distraction and block your calendar to spend time with your mother.
Call for a family reunion and invite your extended family — all your grandparents, aunts, uncles, and their kids — to spend time together. As mother’s day is celebrated on Sunday (the second Sunday in May), it will be possible for all your relatives to make it and spend some family time over the weekend.
Trip down the memory lane:
If you live in the same city where your mother grew up as a child, drive her around the places and take her down the memory lane, paying a visit to her school, her favourite hangout, her choicest cloth shop, friends, etc. However, you can also look at old photographs or home movies and recall the special memories.
Let her have a day-off:
Summer, Sunday, and holidays. Whatever it was, she toiled day-in and day-out for you and your well-being. So let her have a day off and relax. Probably something she will appreciate more than the other wrapped and scented gifts that you offer.