My husband (who is the father of our child, of course) did not get me anything for Mother's Day. We don't do cheesy Hallmark holidays created by greedy, needy, codependent women who want to extract more stuff from men. (Actually, I think most Hallmark holidays were also created because the retial companies want to con more money out of people.)
Well, he did say I could go out for lunch by myself, but that was in part because our two-year-old was being two and he told her that she wasn't going on a trip with them anymore. (I didn't feel too bad. She was being two in church and I had to deal with it alone and got punished, having to miss most of church. My husband is the pastor and could not help.) Before I ate, though, I went Treasure Hunting in town digging through the very good stuff that the university kids threw away. I found a digital camera (only a 3.1 megapixel, but it's a good pocket size and sufficient for what I want now until we can afford to get me a better one; Ironically, we had been looking, but decided to wait), two watches, some clothes, some of which I can actually wear, others I will probably donate, groceries for us, food pantry donations, dishes and a tray that don't even coordinate with ours, but I'm sure I can find a use for, and some random other stuff. Really, though, my going out for lunch by myself had little to do with Mother's Day, but because I've not been able to do that for awhile.
Your boyfriend MIGHT be broke. So he didn't get you much. Big deal. It's just one cheesy Hallmark holiday. However, it sounds as though your ex might be thinking something other than platonic affection and respect for the mother of his son.
Your boyfriend may have needed the rims on his truck so the tire ware and work properly and he doesn't get into an accident.