Our guest blogger Monique Kennedy is back with a list of great gift ideas for Mom, all created by Jamaicans.
“No language can express the power, and beauty, and heroism, and majesty of a mother’s love.” – Edwin Hubbell Chapin
I’ve always been a bit of a mommy’s girl, and being an exact replica of my mother probably didn’t help. Like many of us, I had a mother who went above and beyond to give me all the things she never had as a child. However, it was always the small things that made my time with her special, like the way she insists on holding my hand when we cross the street even though I’m now a 25-year-old woman (but still her baby.) Or the way she always seems to get my dorky jokes and listens intently to my long-winded stories.
Mommies never stop being mommies and its such an honour to have a day where we can acknowledge their importance in our growth and development.
This gift guide shows some great gifts you can get for your mother or any significant woman in your life this Mother’s Day.
1. Chrysanthemum Mirror, Michelle Manor, 2. Custom Fashion Illustrations of You & Her, ASD Clothing, 3.To Mom with Love Spa Package, Adam & Eve Day Spa, 4. Dessert Jars, Gourmet Jamaica, 5. Tie-dye kimono-sleeved maxi dress, Jae Jolly Designs, 6. Bella Sandals, D’Next Step, 7. I AM ME clutch, Alia Michele, 8. Wicker foot stool, Exquisite Wicker, 9. 50 Something Dates with 17 Mr. Wrongs, by Chenelle Taylor.
Fine Dining with Mom
Restaurant of the Year 2013
Four Course Prix Fixe Menu* 6:30-10pm
Mother’s Day Brunch
Terra Nova Hotel
Live Music & Designer Hats Display* 11-4pm
Adam & Eve Day Spa
Choose from 13 different packages designed especially with mom in mind from
Mother’s Day Brunch & Dinner
Fromage Gourmet Market
8am – 10pm
This Mother’s Day, take the time to show your mother how much she means to you, with a gift from our list or something creative you made on your own. One day is not nearly enough, but it’s a start.
Monique R Kennedy is the founder of the Award Winning lifestyle blog M*RKologie (www.makeyourmrk.com). You can follow Monique’s personal and business ramblings on Twitter @mrklogie.