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Hi, I’m Fox. I’m somewhat of an adult now, and I noticed gifting macaroni necklaces and flowers from the neighbor’s garden aren’t cutting it anymore. With all the things we put our mothers through, they deserve a little something something.

No idea what Mother’s Day gifts to get for your Mom? Don’t worry. I got you covered.

If you haven’t picked up on it by now, I’m a huge procrastinator when it comes to holiday prep. Exhibit A. Nevertheless, I pull stunts last minute with quality and budget in mind. I call it a skill. My mother just shakes her head while basking in the awesomeness of the unique gifts she receives.

So without further ado, here are some sweet gift ideas that will (hopefully) solidify your place as America’s Next Top Model mom’s favorite child.

1. An adorable Funko POP Figure of her favorite character to decorate her office with.

Get the Pop on the left here and the one on the right here.

2. An improv class to help cleanse her mind and soul.

In addition to being fun, there are several health benefits. Popular improv training facilities include The Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade and ComedySportz. Happen to be in our neck of the woods? Check out Orlando’s Sak Comedy Lab.

3. A black letter board featuring a lovely message about how wonderful she is.

Price: $12.99

4. Load up her digital library with LOL-worthy audiobooks to get her through her commute or run.

Price: $17.95

5. Encourage Mom to get dolled up for her very own photo shoot.

Discover the most Instagrammable-locations in your area, grab your phone and start snapping away. Treat her like star. Go above and beyond by showing her the ropes on the social media platform. Download our Free Quick Guide to get her feed ready for summer.

6. Let her Star Wars geek goddess shine.

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HerUniverse recently released a limited collection of retro styles inspired by the movie Solo: A Star Wars Story.

7. Cook a tasty dish together with a little help from Chrissy Teigen’s cookbook.

Price: $17.99 (book)

8. A striking frame and wall grid to display photos with both of you together.

Price: $12.99 (bronze accent frame); $8.49 (gold wall grid)

9. A playful experience at a cat cafe.

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After the stuff you’ve put her through, she definitely needs a space to calm down.

10. A stylish throw blanket to match her bold spirit.

Price: $29.99

11. Be that extra kid and put together a wine tray.

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Aldi and Target have a great selection of low-cost wines. Pair a bottle with an embellished bottle stopper like this golden elephant stopper. Use a gold rimmed wine glass and coasters to finish off the look. Set everything on a serving tray.

12. Her newest morning mug to join her sassy cup collection.

Price: $11.99

13. A super-soft Wonder Woman tank top because she runs the world like a superhero.

Price: $15.00+ (available in sizes up to 3X)

14. The T-shirt every Latino mom needs in her life.

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For the non-Spanish reading crowd, the T-shirt translates to “No one helps me in this house.”

Price: $24.99 (sizes available in S – 2XL and multiple colors)

15. A test of wits and trust in an escape room experience.

You can probably find a deal for two people on Groupon.

16. Noise-cancelling headphones to tune out the stresses of motherhood and your complaints.

Price: $69.99

17. Binge watch her favorite shows and movies together.

Binge watching top Netflix Originals for Mother's Day

I already have Game of Thrones and El Ministerio del Tiempo queued up.

18. A sassy Petty Labelle T-shirt to channel her inner Ms. Patti.

Price: $30.00

19. Make something amazing together in an online class.

Skillshare is offering one month free access to all Premium classes. Udemy has a $9.99 Mother’s Day promotion on all classes. Brit + Co has a mixture of free and fee-based classes available.

20. Tickets to see Anastasia or any theater performance would definitely be a surprise.

Check with your local performing arts center if they offer student or rush tickets at a discounted rate.

21. A beautiful gray and white floral duvet set to rest her overworked body.

Price: $31.95

22. A luxurious robe because she deserves royal treatment.

Price: $13.99

23. A bamboo caddy tray to make savoring wine and a good book in the bath an experience.

Price: $32.99

24. A personal blender complete with a healthy smoothie demo before you two head off for a session of yoga in the park.

Connect with your local yoga studios. They may offer low-cost community classes.

Price: $19.49 (personal blender); $5 cash donation (yoga)

25. Take her on an adventure through 400-plus U.S. national parks all-year-round using the National Parks Park Pass.

Adventurous hike with mom through Yosemite National Park

Price: $80 ($20 for seniors; free for U.S. military members)

26. A meal you prepared that was inspired by a recipe in Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Table.

Price: $17.99 (book)

27. An inspirational Passion Planner to help reach her goals.

Passion Planner Paradise Blue is designed for goal setting and achieving your dreams.
Credit: Passion Planner

Price: $25+ (available dated, undated and in multiple colors)

28. A comfy pj set set to remind everyone when she is off the clock.

Price: $22+ (sizes available up to 3X)

29. A Buttery Brew scented candle that’ll set the mood when she magically escapes to her reading corner.

Price: $28

30. Her favorite chocolates or cookies in a vintage faceted jewelry box.


Price: $32.90

31. If all else fails, do the thing she asked you to do that you never got around to.

*cough* Clean out the garage, for instance.

Whether or not you take the top spot as your mother’s favorite kid, well, that’s up to how well you know your mom’s likes. Is she the type of person who will enjoy experiences or physical items? Other considerations include whether there are any grandchildren and pets in the picture. In that case, you’ll probably rank in the top three.

Good luck, my fellow procrastinators! May your mother appreciate your favor.

Still stuck on a gift? Reach out to me @honeynfox on Twitter so we can brainstorm.