What Moms Really Want for Mother’s Day!

Wondering what to get the mom in your life for Mother’s Day? It might be easier than you think! I asked real moms to tell me what they *REALLY* wanted for Mother’s Day. The responses are sweet, simple, and have very little to do with extravagant gifting. Click through to learn what moms really want and get inspired to pamper the mom you know and love this coming Mother’s Day!

  • What Does Mom Really Want? Click Through To Find Out!

    What Does Mom Really Want? Click Through To Find Out!

    Real moms share what they really want the most for Mother’s Day. Click through to see what’s top on their wish lists. It might not be what you’d expect!

  • Breakfast in Bed, Served With a Side of Love

    Breakfast in Bed, Served With a Side of Love

    Bobbi wants… “Breakfast in bed, followed by lots of hugs and kisses from my babies and for everyone to pick up after themselves. Oh and really good coffee!”

  • A Very Special Message for Mom

    A Very Special Message for Mom

    Katie wants… “A video of my kids telling me why they love me–cute little ramblings included.”

  • Quality Time and Quality Clothes

    Quality Time and Quality Clothes

    Monique wants… “Pancakes in bed, a day at the park with my two favorite people and a shopping trip to my favorite store. Mama needs a chambray shirt!”

  • Just Say It!

    Just Say It!

    Danielle wants… “I just want Caden to say “mama” for Mothers Day!”

  • Give the Gift of a Special Break

    Give the Gift of a Special Break

    Jennifer wants… “As a new mommy of a one month old. A spa day sounds really good!!!”

  • Joy For All is Joy For Mom

    Bumby wants… “I just want to spend the day uninterrupted with my 3 loves and watch them run on the beach. Whatever they want to do that puts a smile on their faces is what will make my day.”

    Photo credit: Amalie Orrange Photography

  • Make Memories of How Tiny They Are

    Make Memories of How Tiny They Are

    Gabby wants… “A finger or tootsie painted piece of art.”

  • No Tantrums! No? Okay, Then Epcot ;)

    No Tantrums! No? Okay, Then Epcot ;)

    Amy wants… “A day with no toddler tantrums where my two year old is agreeable to anything and everything! Since that probably isn’t going to happen, I’d love to spend the day at Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival.”

  • Quality Grown Up Time With My Own Mom

    Quality Grown Up Time With My Own Mom

    Kristin wants… “I would love an afternoon of pampering with my mom. Hair, nails, massage – anything to relax and decompress. My mom just has surgery yesterday to remove her thyroid due to cancer, so she really needs some pampering too!”

  • The Gift of Documented Memories

    The Gift of Documented Memories

    Katy wants… “I really don’t want anything tangible — I want to get a new picture of my daughter, myself and my husband. I have a picture from last Mother’s Day, when she was just making my belly pop. And I have a picture from her birthday. Other than that, our family pictures are few and far between. I’m going to dress everybody up, set the camera on a tripod and timer and snap away!”

  • How Mama Gets Her Groove Back...

    How Mama Gets Her Groove Back...

    Siu-Ling wants… “A new wardrobe. After baby number two my body isn’t bouncing back to where it was and I am no longer have anything that fits.”

  • Practicality and Love, the Perfect Combination.

    Practicality and Love, the Perfect Combination.

    Nikki wants…”To feel appreciated: whether it be with flowers, handmade crafts (which are the BEST), dinner, and/or just spending quality time with your little one. Although practical gifts like a professional house cleaning, massage and spa days DO NOT go unnoticed either!”

  • Sleeping In and Quality Time Are The Ways To Mom's Heart!

    Sleeping In and Quality Time Are The Ways To Mom's Heart!

    Sonja wants… “Breakfast in bed made by hubs & the kids! Then a family day out.”

  • A Chore-Free Mother's Day!

    A Chore-Free Mother's Day!

    Hey it’s me! What do I want? I want a day where I don’t have to change any diapers. And I don’t have to wash any baby cups or sticky oatmeal bowls. And I don’t have to do any laundry. Okay… and maybe I want a kayak too.

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