Fun family activities for Mother’s Day
Why not explore the warm weather this weekend with your child? If you have a garden try setting up a tent outside, bring out some books, some snacks and enjoy the great outdoors!
Take some pictures!
Sometimes it’s the little things that have the biggest impact. Just spending some time together with family can be beautifully treasured through a picture. Instead of just a digital copy, why not print and frame at home for a wonderful memory.
There’s nothing more exciting than diving into the local antique shops and discovering some beautiful treasures to add to your collection!
Explore the great outdoors
Get outside and enjoy the fresh air! Go for a long hike or for a short walk – it will feel great to get up and get moving – maybe after a special lunch.
Craft Away the Day
Why not do some crafting together with your child – spend the day creating memories and art that will last a lifetime! Make a photo album or frames to put around the house.
Try cooking together with your children – make a delicious dinner. Why not try cooking something you have never cooked before or something new.
Go on a road trip
The open road can be very therapeutic and road trips are a great way to get away from the distractions of everyday life. It’s a great way to have some heart-to-heart conversations or blast your favourite tunes.
Plan a picnic
The beautiful outdoors, a loving family, and delicious food make for lasting memories. Try packing a picnic and heading to the park for a fun family outing.
Visit the Farmer’s market
Why not go to the local farmer’s market and enjoy the fresh produce and local goodies.
Take a flower arranging class together with your child
The only thing that is better than a bouquet of flowers is making your own! Spend some time with your child and take a class learning how to place together gorgeous blooms.
Throw a tea party
Use this beautiful spring day to enjoy the sunshine in the garden. Why not celebrate with a tea party under the sun with some fancy cakes?
Bake something together
Why not explore your love for baking together with your child? Try making a strawberry limeade cake with cream cheese frosting.
Have a movie night
Super simple plan for Mother’s day – have a family night at the cinema, share a bag of popcorn and enjoy talking about the film afterwards.
Mother’s Day can be special whatever you decide to do. Here’s a beautiful quote from the incredible Maya Angelou which seems to summarise all that can be said about Mother’s Day: ” “To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power. Or the climbing, falling colors of a rainbow.” So here’s to all the mums out there! Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!