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Mother's Day Gift Ideas

Show mom how much you love her with a big hug and a thoughtful present on Mother's Day. We've come up with a bunch of gift ideas so you won't be stumped on what to buy! Back to Article

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chewy03
chewy03 wrote:
2014-05-11 09:46:30 -0700

Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day! Happy Mother's Day!

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chewy03
chewy03 wrote:
2014-05-11 09:45:43 -0700

Happy Mother's Day!

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Aneeba
Aneeba wrote:
2014-05-08 00:50:37 -0700

my mom is the best mom in the whole world i am very proud on her i am just love her Love love u mom

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barbie3D
barbie3D wrote:
2014-05-06 07:24:12 -0700

my mom is the best

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darcy_styles
darcy_styles wrote:
2014-05-01 05:36:01 -0700

MOM

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american_brit
american_brit wrote:
2014-04-30 16:24:24 -0700

smile I love my mom.

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tianababyhgirl
tianababyhgirl wrote:
2013-05-19 10:17:08 -0700

my mum means everything to me i cant live with out her

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Missprettypink
Missprettypink wrote:
2013-05-12 19:06:19 -0700

Her

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Missprettypink
Missprettypink wrote:
2013-05-12 19:05:57 -0700

I gave my mom a kiss on the chick and said I thank her for having me an told her I love hersmile

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Its_jade(:
Its_jade(: wrote:
2013-05-12 15:32:25 -0700

like im Cooking her you wish Big Grin

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cheerlexi8
cheerlexi8 wrote:
2013-05-12 14:53:15 -0700

i made her a hand crafted gift

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resy3468
resy3468 wrote:
2013-05-12 12:42:27 -0700

I gave my mum edibale arragement it was dilivered to her job

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resy3468
resy3468 wrote:
2013-05-12 12:41:13 -0700

Thats so traditionally did she like it

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SourPatchFreak
SourPatchFreak wrote:
2013-05-12 11:25:04 -0700

I bought her rose's

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AyOoOoDe
AyOoOoDe wrote:
2013-05-12 10:03:15 -0700

I Adore my mamy she is soo cutie always when mother day comes i do 4 her breakfast lol but it alway ewwww

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Awkwarddd
Awkwarddd wrote:
2013-05-12 09:28:22 -0700

O.o no, it wasnt, and it never has been lol

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Lottie_Rocks
Lottie_Rocks wrote:
2013-05-12 04:39:53 -0700

I love my mum....But wasn't Mothers Day in February or March? c;

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holdontillmayy
holdontillmayy wrote:
2013-05-11 20:02:26 -0700

SO IT'S MOTHER'S DAY HERE ALREADY SO I WOKE UP EXTRA EARLY TO MAKE HER A CARD BUT JEREMY IS ONLINE WHAT DO I DO, OMG.

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rockerlover
rockerlover wrote:
2013-05-11 19:16:15 -0700

i love my mommy shes soooooo nice

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crystallx121
crystallx121 wrote:
2013-05-11 17:33:07 -0700

I love my mom too!!! she is the best Wink

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  • I'm making her breakfast in bed.
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  • I'm going to let my dad figure it out.

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