5 Unique Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, here are 5 fun ideas of things to do with your grandma or elderly mother on their special day.
Go to her favorite restaurant, or have it delivered
This is a classic tradition in many families, and going out to eat is still a fun way to celebrate with Grandma. Now that the vast majority of restaurants have a delivery option available, you can have her favorite meal sent right to her house if you prefer.
Pick out gardening supplies
Many grandmas love to garden – it’s a great way to stay active and go outdoors regularly. A fun Mother’s Day activity with Grandma could be to go to a local green house and pick out flowers, vegetables, or other plants to grow for the year.
Offer to complete a to-do list
Depending on your grandma’s living situation, sometimes the list of to-do items can get quite long over time. It may not seem like much of a gift to help with house chores, but many grandma’s do not like asking for help. Plus, you can probably finish the list more quickly and safely.
Go to the zoo
If you have young kids of your own, taking them to the zoo and inviting Grandma for Mother’s Day is a win-win scenario. It’s always fun to get multiple generations of family together, and what grandma wouldn’t want to see her great-grandchildren having fun at the zoo?
Make a craft project
Doing a craft project together with your grandma or mother is a fun activity that also ends up being a gift or keepsake when you are done. Whether it’s a knitting project, canvas painting, or any of the thousands of other craft ideas out there on Pinterest, doing it together with Grandma is what will make is special for her.
Whether or not you choose one of these ideas for Mother’s Day, remember to reach out to all the mothers in your life!
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