Christmas gift for mother?
I want to get my mom something nice, something she will really like for once. My mom gets everything she needs for herself. She doesn't wear jewelry except for her wedding and engagement rings. She doesn't wear much make-up. She doesn't wear scented things because my dad's allergic. She's not really into herself so a massage or a manicure or something like that wouldn't be used. My dad is an antique collector, so they have all kinds of pretty things to sit around. She enjoys cooking but she teaches a culinary program and does that all day so she really doesn't cook much at home. She loves her grandchildren but she takes pictures of them and I give her pictures of them all the time. Any suggestions?
- RvnLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
If there's still time, something personalized. Something either engraved or stitched or whatever, that has her name, a date, some sentiment. That shows it's specifically for her and not just something you picked up that could be for anyone. Or one of those gifts that keeps on giving, like a coffee of the month or Omaha steaks of the month or something. Or something sentimental that represents something from your childhood that meant a lot to both of you. Perhaps there was a book that she always read to you. You could find a copy of it and inscribe it with a note about how much it meant to you and what a good mother she is. Or, take her to experience something together, like if there's a performance of the Nutcracker near you or another show or concert she'd love. Make it a real family occasion and do dinner or bruch or whatever. Tell her you want to make it a holiday tradition to honor how special she always made Christmas for you. Mom's love that crap.
- RobertaLv 41 decade ago
Give her the gift of your time. Offer to do something she would appreciate and might not be able to do herself: paint a room, clean out the basement/garage. Or make a date to spend an upcoming Saturday with her doing whatever she wants: go to an art gallery, on a boat ride, out to lunch, to a movie. Time with our children is one thing a mother never gets enough of.
- inkantraLv 41 decade ago
Maybe make a date for you, your mom, and your kids to all go out and do something fun together that your mom would enjoy.
Sometimes, spending time with the ones you love is the perfect gift.
- zilmagLv 71 decade ago
Do you do any crafts? Mothers almost universally appreciate anything their kids make, any little thing to decorate the house or whatever. If you don't, maybe you can go to one of those pottery shops that let you decorate / glaze pottery yourself & fire it for you ... make her a personalized teacup or coffee mug with a message from you on it or something.
Things I get my mom: windchime, heated throw for her lap, clock, pieces of her china pattern that she doesn't already have, holiday coffee mug, holiday table runner, nice cotton nightie, bottle of cognac
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- 1 decade ago
make a picture frame and put a picture in it moms love it even when youget older when you make their gift and let the grandchildren make some similar to the one that you make and put it in the same gift wrapping and your mom will love it more than anything else that she gets
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I CAN TELL YOU WHAT TO GIVE HER IS ALL OF YOUR LOVE MY MOM DIE ABOUT 7 YEARS AGO AND WHEN THEY ARE GONE YOU CANT TELL THEM THAT YOU THANK THEM FOR THE TIME IT TOOK IN OR FOR YOUR LIFE THAT YOU JUST WANT TO TELL THEM THAT YOU LOVE AND WILL NEED THEM ALL OF YOUR LIFE
I DID GET TO TELL MY MOM THAT IT THE BEST THING THAT YOU CAN GIVE THEM
PUT IT ON A CARD OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT
TRY ITSource(s): THE TRUE
- 1 decade ago
is there any thing she is in need of? maybe a new TV? or how about any movies she would like? gift card for her favorite restaurant
- 1 decade ago
a digital picture frame perfect,it keeps changing and fill it with pictures of her life's stages get old pictures of her if possible.
- ANGELLv 51 decade ago
Maybe some satin pajamas, or a comfy robe and slippers...