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Mother’s Day will definitely look different this year. Even though on Friday, we move into phase 1 of reopening North Carolina, experts, and government officials are still urging everyone to stay home. That means many people won’t be celebrating Mother’s Day with their moms in person, and will have to get creative about how to celebrate.

If you’re still not sure what to do for your mom this Sunday, hopefully these last minute tips and ideas can help:

  • Set up a Zoom Call with Mom and the family.

    • If you can’t be there in person, FaceTime or Zoom is the next best thing
  • Send an online gift card.

    • Did you know you can send gift cards through email? This way you don’t have to wait for the present to ship, and mom can buy whatever she really wants!
  • Order food delivery to your mom’s house.

    • If you can’t buy mom lunch or dinner, you can still use one of the many food delivery apps to have food delivered to your mom’s house.
  • Have a social distance picnic.

    • Parks will start opening up this weekend, so why not take the opportunity to have a social distancing lunch or dinner with mom. Bring two big blankets to make sure you keep your 6 foot distance.

Hopefully these ideas can help you come up with a way to make your mom feel special this weekend!

Happy Mother’s Day!