Friday, September 7, 2018

Three Ways To Bless Your Friend Who's A Mother

It's no secret that mothers really are superheroes. Without the love of a caring mother, many people wouldn't be able to survive. The job of a mother can be such a thankless one. Additionally, it can involve a lot of long, sleepless nights. Knowing this, it's always helpful to get creative and find ways to show your mom friends that you're thinking of them and rooting for them. Consider these three ways you can bless your friend who's a mother.

1. Gifts 

Consider thoughtful gifts that can really help her in practical ways. In many cases, moms just need their hands free of children. An indoor baby swing for toddler is an amazing solution to occupy the little ones while she gets things done. It's also nice to consider what she needs for her own sanity. Gift her with a manicure and pedicure at the local spa. If you don't have money, offer your time. You can babysit for a few hours while she runs errands, goes to the mall or sits in the car to get some quiet time.

2. Food

A girl has to eat and feed her family. You can help in a major way by providing a few groceries and a prepared meal. It doesn't have to take a lot of time from your schedule. You can choose to order entrees from a local restaurant and surprise her with the food to feed her family for the next few days. When a woman doesn't have to spend a ton of time in the kitchen, it frees up her time to do other things like relax. Purchase a few pre-packaged meals as well. A frozen lasagna, garlic bread and a pre-packaged salad can easily satisfy the family for dinner time without breaking a sweat.

3. Coffee Break 

Sometimes, moms just want to surround themselves with adults. If they're chasing runny noses and speaking in baby talk all day, it can be hard to remember what regular life was life. Help your friend get out of the rut by ordering her favorite drink from the local coffee shop and surprising her with some adult conversation. Also, this is an opportunity for you to help out. If she needs some extra help with the laundry or managing the children's naptimes, this is where you can swoop in and save the day.


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