What we're getting our moms for Mother's Day
She may be a grandmother, but my mom can still […]
She may be a grandmother, but my mom can still give me a run for my money in a 5K.
—Shea, Fashion & Style Editor
Outdoor Voices warmup leggings, $95
Children may grow up, but it’s still nice to hear you’re doing a good job.
—Ginny, Contributing Editor
Emily McDowell card, $5
No matter what is wrong, there is nothing a cup of tea with my mom can’t fix.
—Lacey, Editor in Chief
Imm Living stacking mugs, $46
I can’t help but think my kids’ granny will love this nod to the original Instagram.
Lomography instant camera, $169
She’s gone on all kinds of camping trips and was even my Girl Scout leader —I owe my love of the outdoors to my mama.
—Lauren, Executive Editor
Chronicle Books coffee table book, $20
The photos of this calendar tear off, so grandma can hold on to them at the end of the month. Plus, you can design it to start at any time of the year— you’re not limited to January.
—Chantel, Associate Editor
Parabo Press 14-month photo calendar, $30
This fresh take on sending flowers (they’re responsibly sourced and free of cheesy vases and teddy bears) has me excited about reinstating the tradition.
The Bouqs flowers, $50
I definitely inherited my mother’s sweet tooth—and neither of us can get enough of this creamy Brambleberry Crisp.
—Steph, Creative Director
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams pint, $12