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5 Gifts For Mom (& Grandma) You Can Get In Time For Mother’s Day


It’s hard to believe Mother’s Day is only days away. If you need gift ideas for the special woman in your life, here are quarantine friendly gift ideas.



You can’t go wrong with flowers. Order then from a local florist, stop by a local nursery (many are doing contact-less pick up), pick some from your backyard (it’s dandelion season!) or make some with paper.


Photo Book

Pick out her favorite photos from the hundreds that have been living on social media and order a photo book (Walgreens has same day pick up), collect pictures already printed for a Accordion Photo Book  or have the kids draw pictures of their favorite memories together.


Something Sweet

Here’s an amazing chocolate chip cookie recipe everyone will love. Bake plenty for mom and wrap some to drop off to grandma too. Dad’s make sure you clean the kitchen (it’s a gift she’ll love even more than the cookies!). Check out your local bakeries for delivery and pick-up options too.



Support a local business (City Bird in Detroit has pick up and local delivery) and buy mom something special. Get creative at home and make an up-cycled or salt dough necklace.


All The Little Things

Listen up Dads, Moms give so much of themselves to others, Mother’s Day is a great opportunity to return the favor and grant her ‘me-time’. Fuel up on caffeine and take on the kids for the day (no excuses) and give her the priceless gift of time.

  • Freedom to stay up late AND sleep in the next day
  • A clean house or simply a folded laundry pile and empty dishwasher
  • Uninterrupted bathroom time
  • The chance to eat in peace
  • Time to check one thing off her to-do list





About Carrie Budzinski

Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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