Even though Mother’s Day has already passed, I cannot stop thinking about how important it is to celebrate our moms (or our motherly figures) more often than just one day a year. My brothers and I always loved to cook my mom a meal on Mother’s Day because of all the meals she cooked (and still cooks) for us throughout the year. We usually got up early and made her breakfast in bed! And while I hope you did something special for your mom, or motherly figure, this past Sunday, below are some more ways you can celebrate moms, even when it is not Mother’s Day.
Make her a card or note telling her how much she means to you. My mom loves it when I make her cards. It is such a sweet way to show how thankful you are for her. This DIY card is super cute!
Cook or bake her something! As I said, my brothers and I always loved to cook my mom breakfast. Here are some fun recipes to get you thinking!
Purchase or pick her flowers! My mom LOVES flowers. Wildflowers can be so pretty and a thoughtful gesture.
Offer to help her with chores. Often, moms ask us to do something for them or help them with something. Wouldn’t it be nice if we asked instead of being told?
Watch a movie together! This is so simple but can be such a fun way to spend time with your mom. Get some popcorn (or other snacks) and have a movie night!
Go on a walk together. You could even pack a picnic! Here are some great picnic recipes.
Spend some quality time together! Personally, my mom would rather spend time with us more than anything else. Life gets busy and it is easy to just coop yourself up in your room (especially as a teenager). My mom always says that quality time is the best present of all!
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Kayla works at LUOA as the Social Communications Coordinator/Graphic Designer. She graduated from Liberty University in May of 2020 and is currently pursuing her master’s degree. Kayla grew up in Mount Airy, Maryland, and in Denver, Colorado as well, so both places feel like home to her. She loves to dance, spend time outdoors, and explore new places!