According to a recent survey by Child’s Play Communications, the number one thing moms want for Mother’s Day is something handmade from their child. Yet nearly 1/4 of moms receive nothing on Mother’s Day…and that’s just a shame.
Homemade gifts and cards are treasured, but adult children — who may have outgrown their arts & crafts-making phase– should still try to show appreciation for mom on Mother’s Day. If you don’t have a big budget for gifts, here are some ideas under $25– courtesy of SunnyBump, a social community that helps new and expecting parents discover the best products.
(Disclosure: I discovered SunnyBump through my work with Child’s Play Communications.)