If you ask mom want she really wants for Mother’s day, she’d probably tell you a day off! A day off to kick up her feet, relax, and have some alone time. She won’t think about a single thing on her to-do list. While enjoying her one day off, she may drink some wine, stay in her pajamas all day, or pamper herself. If this sounds like your mom’s ideal Mother’s day, then we have gifts that will perfectly complement her dream day.
Comfy and Cozy Gifts for Mom
If your mom hopes to spend her entire day in her pajamas, then our socks or slippers will assist in all her lounging needs. Currently, we have a huge variety socks for mom which includes breed specific and dog mom designs, to name a few. We also have the softest and coziest slippers we’ve ever felt. They are truly cloud-like and feature your mom’s favorite dog breed.
Relaxation Gifts for Mom
If your mom’s favorite form of relaxation includes wine, then we can hook her up! We have fully expanded our wine lover gifts. Now our collection includes wine totes, wine bottle stoppers, coasters, and even wine glasses. Just provide the bottle of wine and mom will be as happy as a dog getting a belly rub.
Funny and Sentimental Gifts for Mom
Some mom’s are more sentimental, while others enjoy humor. We have gifts for both! We have a huge offering of signs and kitchen towels that speak of the one true love in her life, the dog! Quotes like “I just want to be a stay at home dog mom” are funny because they are true. Kitchen towels are a cute idea for mom, since that’s probably where she spends most of her time the rest of the year. Signs are great because they are versatile. Place them anywhere in the home or even an office.
No matter what you get your mom, make sure you give her the gift of a day off, first and foremost! Any additional gift will just get you closer to being the favorite child *wink wink*
From DogLoverStore.com, we’d like to wish a Happy Mother’s day to all the strong, beautiful, patient, and encouraging mom’s out there!
Kim is the co-owner of DogLoverStore with her husband, John. She earned her BS in operations management at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She enjoys walking in nature, gardening in the sun, eating sour candy, going on drives, yoga, and reading.