Top 5 Gifts I REALLY Want for Mother’s Day!

“What do you want for Mother’s Day, Mom?” my kids asked me.

Good question. My kids are too old to make me popsicle stick picture frames and too young to have enough money to buy me jewelry. Besides, I don’t really need any more picture frames or jewelry. Not that you ever really NEED jewelry, but I’d never tell my husband that.

Anyway, I gave it some thought and came up with a couple of things I actually could use and thought I would share them with you, in case you need them, too. Of course, there isn’t much time left, so if you like any of these ideas, your family is going to have to shell out some extra bucks for two-day shipping. But you’re the mom. You’re worth it. Besides, you gave birth to them. They OWE you!

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4 responses to “Top 5 Gifts I REALLY Want for Mother’s Day!

  1. I’m buying #3 for Father’s Day. Thanks Tracy!!

  2. Feeling pretty jealous that you are past the popsicle stick stage of gifts from your kids. I went to a brunch at my daughter’s preschool today where I was presented with a hand-painted multicolor necklace made out of some sort of cousin to a packing peanut. Of course, I put the damn thing on, and it wasn’t until I bumped into a friend HOURS LATER that I became aware I was still wearing it.

    As for goldfish… the weirdest thing is that our male Siamese fighting fish, Karen, is still alive. My husband and I marvel over the fact that we have not managed to kill her–I mean him–yet.

    I will now wake up tomorrow to find her floating in the bowl. At which point I will email you for pointers on appropriate toilet bowl funeral arrangements.

    On another note, that’s a totally gorgeous photo of you, dear. Love it!

    • Aw, I miss those homemade gifts that I would make a big fuss over and then bury in the trash can under tissues and garbage so my kids wouldn’t see me throwing them out.
      Enjoy this phase. Before you know it they will be asking YOU for money on Mother’s Day to buy you a gift, if you are lucky, but in all likelihood will take your money and then use it to buy drugs. Love those teenage years!