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The Best Way to Show Mom You Care this Mother’s Day (No Flowers Required)

June 2023

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Family Stories

Looking for the perfect gift to show your mom some love this Mother's Day? Instead of just focusing on the perfect flowers or planning the perfect celebration, why not show her you truly care with the gift of your time and attention? After all, the past few years have taught us just how important it is to spend quality time with those we love. And for many moms, there's no better gift than being reminded that her kids really do care. Plus, reminiscing about the past has tons of scientifically proven benefits, particularly when experienced with others.

So why not ask your mom some fun, light-hearted questions about her past this Mother’s Day? It's a great opportunity to make your call this year be a bit more meaningful. So take this opportunity to connect with her on a deeper level and make this year's celebration truly special.

Here are 35 Mother’s Day questions to get you started

  1. Were there any similarities between me and you as a child?
  2. Did you have a best friend when you were a kid? If so, what were they like?
  3. What’s your favorite memory of us?
  4. What were you like as a kid?
  5. When were you proudest of me?
  6. What’s a time that you felt worried or afraid for me?
  7. What accomplishment are you proudest of?
  8. What were your parents like? What was your relationship with them like? How has it evolved over time?
  9. What was your biggest fear about having children?
  10. What was the most rewarding thing about raising kids?
  11. What was your hardest breakup like?
  12. What's the funniest thing we did as a family?
  13. How have your notions of what it means to be a woman changed over your lifetime?
  14. Who did you look up to when you were younger? Who do you look up to now?
  15. What’s the best trip you’ve ever taken?
  16. Is there a moment or event that radically changed the way you saw the world?
  17. Have you ever done something really impulsive? How did it go?
  18. What was the moment I hurt you the most when I was growing up?
  19. What was the moment I frustrated you most when I was growing up?
  20. When did you know you were ready to have kids?
  21. What was your wedding day like?
  22. What’s your favorite photo of yourself? Of our family?
  23. What was the first year of motherhood like for you?
  24. What was the most challenging part of raising me?
  25. What is your favorite memory of us together when I was a child?
  26. What's the most embarrassing thing you've ever done as a parent?
  27. What do you want or wish most for your kids?
  28. What is one piece of advice you wish someone had given you when you were my age?
  29. What was life like for you at my age?
  30. What were some of your biggest struggles or insecurities in high school?
  31. What would your perfect day be like? Describe it.
  32. If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?
  33. What’s the one song or album that means the most to you?
  34. What’s the most trouble you’ve ever gotten in?
  35. What is something you've always wanted to do, but haven't had the chance to yet?

Tags:

Family Stories

The Best Way to Show Mom You Care this Mother’s Day (No Flowers Required)

June 2023

Looking for the perfect gift to show your mom some love this Mother's Day? Instead of just focusing on the perfect flowers or planning the perfect celebration, why not show her you truly care with the gift of your time and attention? After all, the past few years have taught us just how important it is to spend quality time with those we love. And for many moms, there's no better gift than being reminded that her kids really do care. Plus, reminiscing about the past has tons of scientifically proven benefits, particularly when experienced with others.

So why not ask your mom some fun, light-hearted questions about her past this Mother’s Day? It's a great opportunity to make your call this year be a bit more meaningful. So take this opportunity to connect with her on a deeper level and make this year's celebration truly special.

Here are 35 Mother’s Day questions to get you started

  1. Were there any similarities between me and you as a child?
  2. Did you have a best friend when you were a kid? If so, what were they like?
  3. What’s your favorite memory of us?
  4. What were you like as a kid?
  5. When were you proudest of me?
  6. What’s a time that you felt worried or afraid for me?
  7. What accomplishment are you proudest of?
  8. What were your parents like? What was your relationship with them like? How has it evolved over time?
  9. What was your biggest fear about having children?
  10. What was the most rewarding thing about raising kids?
  11. What was your hardest breakup like?
  12. What's the funniest thing we did as a family?
  13. How have your notions of what it means to be a woman changed over your lifetime?
  14. Who did you look up to when you were younger? Who do you look up to now?
  15. What’s the best trip you’ve ever taken?
  16. Is there a moment or event that radically changed the way you saw the world?
  17. Have you ever done something really impulsive? How did it go?
  18. What was the moment I hurt you the most when I was growing up?
  19. What was the moment I frustrated you most when I was growing up?
  20. When did you know you were ready to have kids?
  21. What was your wedding day like?
  22. What’s your favorite photo of yourself? Of our family?
  23. What was the first year of motherhood like for you?
  24. What was the most challenging part of raising me?
  25. What is your favorite memory of us together when I was a child?
  26. What's the most embarrassing thing you've ever done as a parent?
  27. What do you want or wish most for your kids?
  28. What is one piece of advice you wish someone had given you when you were my age?
  29. What was life like for you at my age?
  30. What were some of your biggest struggles or insecurities in high school?
  31. What would your perfect day be like? Describe it.
  32. If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?
  33. What’s the one song or album that means the most to you?
  34. What’s the most trouble you’ve ever gotten in?
  35. What is something you've always wanted to do, but haven't had the chance to yet?

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