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Finding the right mother's day present.

Updated on March 25, 2011

Finding the right mother's day present shouldn't be a problem.

You could simply ask her what she want and buy it for her. Case closed.

Or if you want to make it as a surprise, then talk to her by asking probing question to find out what your mother really want.

Find out whether there is any faulty device in the house that your mother might want to replace with new one. Maybe a new vacuum cleaner or new Chinese tea set.

Other items that you want to gift could be related to her hobbies, what type of book she like to read or maybe she want to go for tour to some exotic tourist destination such Hawaii, Pulau Sipadan or Koh Samui.

Other items that you want to give as mother's day present would be a watch, a jewellery, flowers or simply a nice written card of how much does your mother means to you in your life.

I did some searching on the web, and maybe you want to go through some of the following websites where you could find the right mother's day gift.

Send A Card

By donating 25 USD to Girls Inc you could send a card to your mother to let her know how special she is to you. Plus, you will helping other girls to have better life.

Send Cookies

If your mother like cookies, then please visit Mrsfields website to purchase the cookies. They have lots of types cookies, cakes and brownies that suites your mother taste and preference.

Send Flowers

Thinking of giving a shower of flowers, ProFlower has the right flowers for your mother whether you want to send tulips, red roses or lilies. Just name it, they got it.

Buy Fragrance

For fragrance, you could get it from StrawberryNet. They are offering Free Shipping, however please check their terms and condition first.

Support World Peace

If you want to support world peace and also thinking of either sending a card, a dozen roses or a 14K gold filled necklace to your mother, you could do it at MothersDayPeace website.

Other websites that you would want to visit would be as follow.

Hopefully you will the right mother's day gift for your mother. Happy mother's day !

In 1870 Julia Ward Howe was the first to proclaim Mother's Day, with her Mother's Day Proclamation.
In 1870 Julia Ward Howe was the first to proclaim Mother's Day, with her Mother's Day Proclamation.


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