Mother’s Day Quotes
What Are You Doing for Mother’s Day?
Mother’s day comes early this year, so you may be a bit panicked to get something for mom before the big day. Fortunately, most moms are happy to be remembered and something simple with a beautiful mother’s day quote will warm her heart.
Ideas for Gifts with Mother’s Day Quotes
Just having a quote isn’t going to do you much good. Here are some ideas for creating gifts out of meaningful quotes.
- Use a beautiful font and photo of the two of you together. Print it out and frame it.
- Add the quote to the inside of the card you give Mom.
- Write out the quote and tie it to a bouquet of flowers.
- Stencil the quote onto a plate, wood plaque or serving tray.
- Post the quote on social media and tag Mom
Those are just a few quick ideas. If you think of additional ways to creatively use quotes, pleases share in the comments below.
Best Mother’s Day Quotes
The best mother’s day quote is the one that you come up with yourself and has special meaning. For example, my daughters and I often joke with one another. Anytime there is a lifetime movie on with a crazy mom, a news report about a mean one, or some movie like Mommie Dearest comes on, I tell my kids, “See. I’m not so bad.” They will say, “Eh, you’re okay, I guess.”
This year, my daughter came home with an early gift for me. A beautiful bouquet of purple flowers and a card. Inside it talks about how great I am but then she wrote, “You’re okay sometimes, I guess.” Now, some moms wouldn’t like that, but I thought it was pretty funny.
The key is knowing your mom well enough and adding in those special memories and moments only the two of you share. Below are some well-known quotes you can borrow in a pinch. Just make sure that you credit the quote to the person who said it. You sure don’t want mom to read it elsewhere and realize you lifted it. ha ha!
God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers. — JEWISH PROVERB
All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother. – Abraham Lincoln
A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie. — Tenneva Jordan
— StrivingNigerianMom (@MadamAshe) February 29, 2016
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— Snuggwugg® (@Snuggwugg) March 7, 2016
It Truly Is the Thought That Counts
Don’t stress out if you can’t buy Mom an expensive gift. It really is the thought that counts. We want to know we’re loved and that our hard work, late nights worrying, babying you when you’re sick, and the other little things we do are noticed and appreciated. It’s one day a year you have the opportunity to tell mom how much you care. A beautiful quote is just one way to do it.