2020 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Despite losing track of what day it is while being in quarantine, we can’t forget a special holiday coming up: Mother’s Day. This is the day to show our appreciation to all the moms who are brave enough to stand in line to get groceries, bust their butts cooking extra meals, and call us to check in every day. They deserve this one day dedicated just for them, but how can we even begin to really send our thanks to the woman who literally gave us life?

Whether yours is that mom who’s been sneakily eyeing that Barefoot Dreams robe to lounge in, who lusts after the trendiest new cooking gadget, or the one who says, “I don’t need anything” (definitely mine)—we’ve got you covered. Here, we’re giving you the ultimate gift guide to navigate Mother’s Day—even if this year you have to ship your gift instead of hand it to her over brunch.

Equilibria

Mother’s Day Box

If there’s anyone who needs a major dose of self care and relaxation, it’s our mothers! This limited-edition box features three full size CBD-infused bath & body products.

Plus, you can use code theeverygirl for 20% off your first order!

Joanna Gaines

Magnolia Table, Volume 2

The second cookbook from everyone’s favorite shiplap mom. She will love cooking from Joanna’s favorite recipes and reading all about the Gaines family along the way.

Amazon

Untamed

If your mom is a bookworm, gift her this powerful memoir that she won’t be able to put down. Better yet, buy yourself a copy and start a mother-daughter book club!

Amazon

Laptop Bed Tray

Remember the tray you used to bring your mom breakfast in bed on Mother’s Day? This is like that, only WAY better. It functions as both a serving tray and laptop desk, with functions like a cup holder, adjustable design, and a place for her phone (in case you need to call her, of course!).

Need more idea’s ?  There are many more at theeverygirl.com web site.  Happy shopping:
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Author: Dennis Hickey

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