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Celebrating Mother’s Day as a Family: How to Honour your Mom and Make Mother’s Day Cards

“One's mother and homeland are greater than even heaven,” says the Ramayana. In India, we all know that mothers are to be revered. Our most inspiring female figures – leaders in politics, religion, and society – are, therefore, respectfully entitled ‘Amma’. Regardless of our ‘mother tongues’, we all understand what this word means. Whether you are a mother, a father, or a kid, you will surely want to celebrate Mother's Day.

Here, Surf excel gives you creative ideas to celebrate being a mother or to make the wonderful person with this role in your life feel special. Mother’s Day is an occasion, then, for everyone to celebrate and pay tribute to the mothers in their lives. As a family, you should think about doing something special together, to share some love and show that you care. Mother’s Day is a time for sharing everyday responsibilities and worries – it’s a day for lightening the load.

But remember that Mother’s Day is your special day as a mom – so make sure that you celebrate, since being a mother is so beautiful and fulfilling. Here are some great ideas from Surf excel for celebrating Mother’s Day with your family with thoughtful gifts and special homemade cards. Moms, you should share this article with your kids to help give them ideas for this special holiday! 

Thoughtful Homemade Mother’s Day Gifts

A small bunch of flowers, her favourite cosmetics, or any other gift that she would not normally buy for herself would be a nice treat for any mother on this special day. But there are many homemade gifts appropriate for Mother’s Day, too. A special breakfast, lunch, or dinner will do much to revive a mother's spirit and demonstrate your appreciation for everything she does. A homemade cake or a small photo album are other good ideas for Mother's Day presents.

Even a simple 'Thank you, Mom' message can bring tears of happiness. What better gift for busy moms than a break from daily chores? Helping with chores is another simple present for Mother's Day. Perhaps the whole family can help to wash or fold clothes on this special day. You could also give her ‘coupons’ or 'vouchers' for special chores that the kids can do for mom – chores like doing the dishes, sweeping the floors, or folding clothes.

Mom can redeem these coupons throughout the year when she needs a break! Remember, it’s the thought that counts – you don’t have to spend a lot of money to show your mom how much she means to you.

Making Homemade Mother’s Day Cards

A Mother’s Day card is the simplest way to express our feelings, but sometimes it’s hard to put these into words.  When it comes to cards, though, there are so many examples of ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ poems or Mother’s Day quotes that it can be difficult to decide which to give. There’s no better way to tell a mother exactly how you feel than to create a handmade card with a Mother’s Day poem inside it that you have written yourself. Don’t be shy; tell your mother how much she means to you and how much you love her. Perhaps include a copy of a favourite picture of the two of you to give it a personal touch.

Here are some Mother’s Day quotes that might inspire you when you create your card:

  • “Mothers hold their children's hands for a short while, but their hearts forever.”
  • “A mom's hug lasts long after she lets go.”
  • “Mother’s love is peace.”
  • “Mothers hold their child’s hand for a moment and their heart for a lifetime.”
  • “The love between a mother and her child lasts forever.”
  • "The moment a child is born, a mother is also born." -Osho

You can also find more great Mother's Day quotes and poems on our site. Handmade cards are a great Mother’s Day activity for children who are usually on their school holidays at this time of year. If they are too young to put their feelings into words, any crafted item made ‘just for you’ will be appreciated – for example, a specially posed photo mounted in a handmade frame.

How do you celebrate Mother’s Day? Do you have any happy memories to share with us? Let us know in the comments box below.