5 Ways to Recognize Mom This Mother's Day

It sneaks up every year. The second Sunday in May dedicated to our Mother’s. Sometimes coming up with a unique gift year after year takes some effort. And sometimes you can go online, make a selection, place your order and be all set.

Here are our top 5 recommendations for the Mother’s and Mother’s in Law in your life

1. For the travelling Mama: Map My Journey

Where does your Mom dream of traveling? And where has she already been? The Map My Journey kit has all the tools she needs to map out the trip of her dreams and record the routes already taken. Scratch the map to expose beautifully coloured images. The vivid details will fuel the excitement of travel at a glance.

                            

2. For the cat lovin’ Mama: Cat Tiki Mugs

Is she one cool cat? This kitty-approved set of four ceramic mugs turns even a boring old glass of water into a tiki-tinged cat-ebration of awesomeness. For the Mom who cherishes her furbabies as much as she cherishes you.

                         

3. For the foodie Mama: Vintage Fork Necklace

Show your love with this unique piece of jewelry. Turning the beautiful craftsmanship of vintage silverware into unique one a kind jewelry pieces. Each fork is locally hand crafted from sterling silver plated flatware from the 1800's, early to mid 1900's.

                        

 

4. For the sushi lovin’ Mama: Sushi Socks

Does your Mom love sushi? Now she can wear it on her feet! Don’t worry, it’s not real sushi, but rather sushi shaped socks. Good enough to eat J

                       

5. For the gardening Mama: Garland Necklace + Earring

Feel like its spring year-round when she wears this beautiful garland of flowers. This daisy-chain inspired necklace and earrings brings freshness and life to any outfit and will make her feel the rejuvenation of spring, no matter what time of year.

                         

Hopefully, Blue Banana Market, either in Kensington Market or online will be the place to find all things Mother’s Day. But if not, that's ok. Just be sure to make your Mom feel special on her special day. After all, she raised you to be the fine person you are today!