Mother’s Day gift ideas every mom will love
She gave birth to you, raised you to be a stellar human, and probably still does your laundry if you ask nicely. But, there’s only one day a year to really show your mom that you care. Check out our list of Mother’s Day gift ideas to shower your mom with love.
- Did you know Mother’s Day is 104 years old this year? Woodrow Wilson introduced it in 1914 as a way for everyone to appreciate their mother. Father’s Day, however, wasn’t an official holiday until 1972.
- Struggling to think of something better than a card? You can always ask your mom what she’d like (or what she would get for her own mother) for some ideas.
- Sometimes, the best gift is quality time. After brunch, snuggle up on the couch for some much-needed time together. Check out these top films that are perfect for all types of moms on Mother’s Day.
She’s the one person who never asks for anything in return but has given you everything since the day you were born. We know that you can’t capture all your love in just one day of the year but Mother’s Day is still special. It’s like commemorating the joy of being lucky enough to have your mother in your life. You may live miles away from her but your mom will always look after you. So, prep an amazing day for her this year in advance. These Mother’s Day gift ideas curated by the Gadget Flow team are all about celebrating her love and care.
Gifts for the new Moms
Motherhood is something almost every girl looks forward to. For all the new moms out there, this Mother’s Day is about being with their baby:
Super soft and easy to clean, this device actually lets you watch your baby grow. Integrated into the base of the Hatch Baby Grow is a scale. Each time you place your bundle of joy on top, it instantly connects to your device and records the weight.
babocush Newborn Comfort Cushion
Settle and soothe your baby with the Babocush Newborn Comfort Cushion. In addition to a multitude of benefits, this system gently and securely calms your baby.
Gifts for the tech-savvy moms
In an age where Alexa narrates kitchen recipes and iRobots traverse the house for home cleaning, using tech to raise your kids is common. For the tech savvy women, these gifts will do the trick:
This small yet mighty device solves two of the biggest problems smartphone owners encounter: battery life and storage. The iXpand Base sits on top of your desk always ready for you so you can upload every last picture of your kids (and not worry about deleting a single one).
HP Sprocket Mobile Photo Printer
This range consists of three devices, all designed to help you capture what matters most. The Sprocket prints 2×3” photos in a matter of seconds. Likewise, the Sprocket Plus delivers prints 30% larger. Now you can finally print all those precious memories.
The compact device is a safety wearable that can alert friends and loved ones of your location. Athena connects to a phone via Bluetooth, sending GPS notifications to emergency contacts at the push of a button.
It’s one of the easiest ways to stay connected to the people you love. Loop connects to all your sources of photos and videos and organizes them into channels. Just select your source, choose the content, and the channel shows up on Loop app.
Gifts for moms who love to cook
Moms and cooking usually go hand in hand. The way they juggling their time in the kitchen with the rest of their daily routine is commendable. Treat her with a great kitchen hack to help her spend more time with her family.
In under 10 minutes, IRONATE can heat to over 800°F (around 430°C) just like commercial pizza ovens. No more waiting 30+ minutes for your oven to preheat, heating up your apartment, or wasting all that energy.
Featuring AirCrisp technology, the air fryer quickly circulates air to cook ingredients while maintaining the crispy texture of fried foods. Additionally, you don’t even need to use oil. By air frying food, it reduces added fat by up to 80% without losing any flavor.
Eco-friendly and efficient, this device takes your food scraps and turns them into nutrient-rich soil. The FoodCycler actually reduces the waste by up to 90% and the soil is perfect for your garden.
Gifts for the fashionista
Being a mom doesn’t mean forgoing fashion. In fact, it gives moms a chance to redefine their style. Let her embrace her fashionable side with new brands.
Using gold from recycled motherboards, the Circular Collection features 14 and 18-carat jewelry including rings, earrings, and cufflinks. Dell and actress Nikki Reed have joined forces to create jewelry for Reed’s eco-friendly Bayou with Love brand.
Designed to have a customized watch face, this watch is made with fine jewellery and metals. There are two models of the Huawei Watch: the Jewel and the Elegant. Both version are the perfect combination of form and function.
Gifts for moms on the go
If your mom loves to travel, give her something that will help her get the most out of her journey.
Traveling with a little one can be tough. In addition to holding everything parents need to lug around, this backpack features clever carry options as well as a changing mat for less mess.
This intelligently designed bag protects you from electronic theft, pickpockets, and thieves. It features RFID-blocking material, slash resistant lining, cut-proof straps, and locking zippers.
Gifts for the health conscious moms
A mom works tirelessly to keep on top of her kids’ health and happiness, usually to the detriment of her own. Show her you really care by gifting her a health-inspired gadget.
This beautiful piece of wearable tech is designed to help you learn about your body health by analyzing your daily routine. Even if you lack motivation in order to stay fit, LEAF will make sure you keep moving.
This wearable attaches directly to your clothing to provide you with all-over metrics. The Health Tag actually tracks your activity as well as your sleep. However, it goes a step further to also help your mental health, too.
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