A Social Distancing Mother's Day

Mother's Day is one week away, and while the current state of the world keeps us at a safe distance from our loved ones, now more than ever, it's important to show our moms just how much they mean to us. 

Whether the mom in your life is homeschooling, working full-time from home, an essential worker, or staying home to protect herself and loved ones - she deserves a warm cheers from all of us. 

Here are a few ways to do that from afar: 

  1. If you're celebrating from afar, set up a breakfast date by sending coffee and a cute new mug to her house with a hand-written invite to a coffee date on Sunday morning. That morning, brew yourself a cup of coffee, set up your FaceTime and enjoy a cup of coffee together. It'll mean more to her than you'll ever know!
  2. Flowers, flowers, flowers. We can not stress enough how wonderful it is for your mother to receive flowers from you. It's an easy way to brighten up anyone's day, especially if they're social distancing alone.
  3. If you're close, stop by on Sunday morning and set up a picnic through the window or have her sit on her front porch. You bring all the goodies and leave it for her to unpack. A few easy essentials for this that we recommend are coffee (of course), mixed berries and yogurt, some toasts and other, easy to unwrap items.
  4. If your mother is also a grandmother, have all of the kids and grandkids write letters and send them to her separately to all arrive at different times throughout the week leading up to Mother's Day. It'll be something she can read over and go back to always. 

While these are just a few ways to celebrate, there are so many other ways to brighten up our mom's special day!

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