Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Need some last minute gift ideas for the mothers in your life?

We compiled a list of our favorite things to help you out!


  • Fun Gift Ideas:

Personalized Tumbler with Straw: Cute and practical all wrapped up in one.

The Greatest Showman DVD: When folding laundry and need a pick-me-up!

Beautiful Photo Clip Frame: To remind your mom how much you love her.

Q and A a Day for Moms: When you don’t have time to journal but want to remember these full years.

Mom Keychain: A little bling and love on her keys.


  • Pampering Gift ideas:

Hard Candy Lip Gloss: When you need a little something extra and don’t have time for make-up!

Ultra-Moisturizing Hand Cream: This is 1/2 price if you buy it in the store, but it’s a great hand cream to keep in your purse/diaper bag

Moroccanoil Moisture Shampoo: I love this shampoo especially if you need to add more moisture to your hair.

EO French Lavender Body Oil:  My favorite oil that I think heals all.

Serenity Oil: Because mom needs a little serenity between temper tantrums!


  • Sentimental Gift ideas:

Alex and Ani Bracelet: I have an Alex and Ani bracelet for each of my boy’s initials, and they have always been one of my favorite gifts. I wear them whenever I’m away and feel like I have them with me.


  • Encouraging Gift Ideas:

The Magic of Motherhood: An encouraging book about motherhood that makes you feel less alone in the hard stuff.

Everybody Always: Bob Goff ‘s storytelling finds a way to make it all applicable to the reader in a way that sticks with you.
Hosanna Revival Painted Bible: You can’t help but pick up and read this beauty.
Cultivate Journals: When you’re short on time but want to reflect on life.
  • Food-Related Gift ideas:

Instant Pot: When you’re short on time to cook but know you need to get something on the table.

Cafe Escape Variety Keurig K Cups:  For those mornings you want to feel like you’re at a coffee house.

Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering:  If your mom loves Joanna Gaines as much as we do, this cookbook will be a winner.


  • Wearable Gift Ideas:

Sueded Leopard-Print Moccasins: These shoes are cute and go with pretty much anything.

Fashion Backpack:The backpack purse is my new favorite thing! Keeps your hands free and looks cute.

Flowy Wrap Cardigan: When you need to throw something on but want to look a little trendy at the same time!


  • Gardening Gift Ideas:

Gardening Gloves: Cute and practical at the same time for the garden lover.

Gardening Gloves for Kids: Although not for moms, they still are if you want your kids to not have dirt under their nails for two weeks after the gardening day!


  • Splurge Gift Ideas:

Birkenstock Sandals: These comfy sandals are on my wish list.

IRobot Roomba: A pricier gift option but a huge lifesaver for moms with constantly messy floors.


  • Technology Gift Ideas:

Echo Dot:  The echo dot is pretty awesome. I ask Alexa for everything – weather, news, music, recipes, etc. She also sets our alarm before we leave the house.

Rechargeable Wireless Headphones:  For when Mommy needs a moment of silence and your child wants to play a game, read an e-book, or watch a favorite show.


What would you add to this list?

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About Michelle Warner

The truth about me is that I love spending time with people–whether it be with moms in MOPS, students in writing camps, friends in my supper club, or family on our patio. And if you combine people and words, I am definitely in my happy place. One of my most favorite moments is sitting around a table with the people I love sharing deep conversations about life. Inviting people into our home and pulling out my fancy dishes invigorates me, though tackling the hand-wash pile in my sink does quite the opposite. (Sorry, Hubby. I’ll get to those soon!) I’m learning to enjoy the people in my life without feeling the need to prove myself or always make them happy. God continues to teach me that when I find what I need in Him rather than the perfectly-cooked chicken or the perfectly-timed word, I have a security that can’t be shaken. And that’s a good thing since my hard-working husband and I have two very determined little girls who keep us on our toes!