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What Moms Really Want for Mother's Day (And It's Not What You Think)! 👩‍👧‍👦💝


Mother's Day is just around the corner, and you know what that means - it's time to drop some hints to your significant other and kids about what you really want. Sure, a bouquet of flowers and a nice card are sweet gestures, but let's be real - we want more than that. So, without further ado, here are what moms really want for Mother's Day!

What Moms Really Want for Mother's Day (And It's Not What You Think)!

  • A day off: Yes, that's right. Moms want a day off from all the responsibilities of motherhood. That means no cooking, no cleaning, and no diaper changes. Let her sleep in, take a nap, or binge-watch her favorite show without any interruptions.

  • Quality time with the family: While moms may want a day off from mom duties, they also want to spend quality time with their families. Plan a fun activity or outing that everyone can enjoy together, like a picnic in the park or a family bike ride.

  • Pampering: Moms deserve some pampering, so treat her to a massage, a manicure, or a facial. Or, create a spa day at home with a bubble bath, candles, and a glass of wine.

  • A break from decision-making: Moms are constantly making decisions, from what to make for dinner to which activities the kids should do. Give her a break from decision-making and plan the day's activities and meals yourself.

  • A home-cooked meal: Moms are often the ones cooking for the family, so give her a break and cook her a special meal. It doesn't have to be fancy, just something that she loves.

  • A clean house: Moms often have to clean up after everyone else, so give her the gift of a clean house. Hire a cleaning service or take the time to clean the house yourself.


What Moms Really Want for Mother's Day (And It's Not What You Think)!

  • A break from technology: In today's digital age, it's easy to get caught up in technology and social media. Give mom a break from technology and spend the day together without any distractions.

  • The gift of time: At the end of the day, what moms really want for Mother's Day is the gift of time. Time to relax, time to spend with their families, and time to focus on themselves. So, give Mom the gift of time this Mother's Day, and she'll be one happy mama. (Use Yohana to get your mom the help she needs. Yohana is a virtual assistant for busy moms and is offering moms a one-month membership for free, when using the code MOTHERSDAY2023 between April 17 - May 14)

  • A family photo shoot: Moms love to capture memories with their families, so plan a family photo shoot. Hire a professional photographer or set up a tripod and take some candid shots together.

  • A surprise getaway: Surprise mom with a weekend getaway or a day trip to a place she's always wanted to visit. It doesn't have to be extravagant, just a change of scenery can do wonders for the soul.


  • A day of adventure: Moms love to try new things and go on adventures, so plan a day of adventure. Go hiking, try a new restaurant, or take a dance class together.

  • Sleep: Moms often sacrifice sleep to take care of their families, so give her the gift of a good night's sleep. Let her sleep in, take a nap, or go to bed early without any interruptions. A well-rested mom is a happy mom!

  • A surprise visit: Sometimes, the best gift for mom is a surprise visit from a loved one who lives far away. Plan a surprise visit from a family member or friend she hasn't seen in a while.

  • A heartfelt gesture: We don't need expensive gifts, but a thoughtful gesture goes a long way. Write Mom a letter expressing how much she means to you, or make her breakfast in bed. It's the little things that count.

  • An experience: Instead of a material gift, give mom an experience she'll never forget. Take her on a hot air balloon ride, or book a cooking class. She'll cherish the memories forever.

  • A subscription box: Sign her up for a subscription box that caters to her interests - whether it's books, beauty products, or snacks.

  • A personalized photo album: Compile all of her favorite family photos into a personalized photo album that she can look back on for years to come.

  • Appreciation: Last but not least, Mom wants to feel appreciated. She works hard every day to make her family happy, and she wants to know that her efforts are noticed and valued. Create a gratitude jar and fill it with notes expressing what you're thankful for about Mom.



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