Mother’s Day is fast approaching! Do you know what you are getting your mother, wife, aunt, grandmother, or other motherly figure in your life?

I have made a list of great gift ideas from both adults and kids.

Practical gifts are some of the most used gifts. Moms want to be loved and pampered on Mother’s Day. What better way to start pampering than with some cozy slippers to ease her aching feet. These soft sherpa lined slippers offers memory foam insole with a rubber outsole. Mom can stay cozy and warm as she sips her coffee on the patio!

Sticking with the pampering, this neck massager will take the stress out of Moms long day! With 3 strength levels and a heat option, Mom will relax and forget the stress of the day!

We can’t forget about the wine loving Moms! Make it easier on her, by gifting her a bottle opener! This automatic opener will open Moms wine in 7 seconds, and can open 30 bottles on one charge!

Just don’t forget to add a glass with it!

Surprise mom with a necklace she won’t want to take off! This customizable necklace comes in Gold, Rose Gold or Sterling Silver. Add up to 8 names with or without birthstones.

Now let’s get into some gifts from the kids. This craft will make a beautiful bouquet of flowers that will never wilt! Kids assemble the frame and flowers, and allows them to be creative with placement in the faux vase.

From babies or toddlers, this adorable kit allows you to make an ornament keepsake for Mom to always remember the precious tiny fingers and toes of her babies.

For the slightly older kids, this kit lets them get creative crafting pot holders, headbands or bags. This weaving loom has 380 pieces to craft several projects!

From teens a cute dainty bracelet for Mom to remember the unbreakable bond between mother and child!

Or from sons this mother and son bracelet.

Let’s not leave any mothers out. Here’s for the moms to be.

For grieving mothers

To the fur baby moms

And those trying to be moms (please be sensitive with this one – best gifted at the beginning of their journey)

I want to add, that not everyone wants to celebrate Mother’s Day. Those that have lost a child, recently lost a mother, or are having trouble conceiving, may not want to be reminded of this day. Please be respectful.

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