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    99 Of The Best Mother's Day Gifts To Give In 2024

    If you pair any of these gifts with an hour or so of uninterrupted alone time, you'll totally win this holiday.

    Hey! While we’re doing our best to make sure the products we feature will arrive in time for Mother's Day, shipping times can vary depending on where you live, which product you purchase, and more. Be sure to double-check the retailers’ websites for shipping information to ensure that your gift will arrive in time for the 12th!

    1. A Rifle Paper Co. umbrella for the mom who is *always* prepared for inclement weather — give her an upgrade so she'll be able to shield herself from the rain in style!

    Person holding an umbrella with a floral pattern, obscuring their face, dressed in a beige coat
    Person with a patterned umbrella walking past a shopfront with colorful awnings
    Rifle Paper Co / Via www.instagram.com, Amazon

    I have this Rifle Paper Co. umbrella and, despite my typical distaste for umbrellas, I actually love this one! It opens/closes very easily, is big enough to cover my toddler and I, and is so cute. What more could anyone want out of an umbrella?

    Promising review: "The colors are very pretty, and it is small enough to fit in my purse, which is what I was hoping for. Works well; seems sturdy so far." —Rebecca

    Get it from Amazon for $45 (available in seven styles).

    2. Kitsch's claw clip, which will help her tame her typically tangled locks into a stylish updo — no need to lose patience trying to look presentable on days she simply doesn't have time to force her hair to cooperate. It's super strong, has a sturdy clamp that'll serve every hair type, and has a delicate look to it that'll make her feel like a princess on their day off.

    reviewer with styled hair pulled into the gold claw clip at the back
    Reviewer with hair pulled into a bun with the clip at the back

    Kitsch is an LA-based, self-financed, woman-owned small business established in 2010 that specializes in hair accessories. 

    Promising review: "Love that you can dress this up or down! It is my go-to accessory for working in preschool to put my hair up quickly. It is elegant and classic. It is amazingly durable even in getting thrown in the bottom of my heavy work bag! I am amazed by this clip. I have coarse medium thick hair and it is the perfect size." —Niki

    Get it from Amazon for $7.29+ (available in two styles). 

    3. A pop-up Mother's Day card your mom will absolutely adore — especially if they're a sucker for handwritten cards and have a box under their bed in which they've saved each and every one they've ever received (guilty).

    Hands holding a 3D pop-up card with the phrase
    Amazon

    You should know better than to hand the mother figure in your life a Mother's Day gift without a card. Paper Love is a small business!

    Promising review: "This was an instant hit. Lovely design, very imaginative. Bright, well constructed. Great quality." —Mark A.

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

    4. A "Cup Cozy Pillow" — aka an absolute essential for achieving peak comfort goals in your mom's living room. It features a spot to hold their remote, two mugs, and two additional beverages. They honestly may never want to leave their couch again.

    Cup Cozy Pillow is a small business that specializes in family-friendly snack and drink organizers. 

    Check out a TikTok of the Cup Cozy Deluxe Pillow in action.

    Promising review: "This thing is great! I’m home on maternity leave with my new baby and spend most of my time on the couch under a sleeping baby. This product makes it easy for me to keep my drinks, remote, etc close by even with dogs running around. It’s a little more expensive than I would have liked but it works and I love it so money well spent!" —Amber

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99.  

    5. An ever-popular Instant Pot with so many uses they'll need to take a deep breath before deciding what to make with it first.

    Ad featuring Instant Pot with WIFI for remote control via smartphone, highlighting Alexa and Siri compatibility and access to recipes
    Amazon

    The Duo Plus replaces 13 (!!!) common kitchen appliances. It can be used as a pressure cooker, air fryer, slow cooker, steamer, sauté pan, food warmer, roaster, mini oven, broiler, dehydrator, yogurt maker, sous vide, and breadproofing. 

    Promising review: "Performed great. Instantly replaced my previous Instant Pot. My new favorite appliance. The guided cooking makes using it really easy, especially once you get it set up with the app and Wi-Fi. I am very pleased." —Shamondo Sharpless

    Get it from Amazon for $83.99.

    6. An AirFly Pro wireless transmitter that'll let your mom use their Bluetooth headphones to watch whatever ~*movie of the month*~ is playing during their next flight.

    It also comes with a USB-C charging cable, travel pouch, keychain holder, quick-start guide, and a manual.

    Twelve South is a small business that has been creating innovative tech accessories since 2009. 

    BuzzFeed editor Chelsea Stuart has this gadget and is a fan:

    "Last year I splurged on some AirPod Maxes and for the amount of money I threw down on them, I was determined to get as much use out of them as possible and that included on plane rides. With the AirFly Pro, I can connect my headphones via Bluetooth and use the seat-back screen without having to fiddle with the free wired headphones they hand out that 1.) have horrible sound quality and 2.) don't fit my ears in the slightest (I swear my ear canals are tiny or something??)."

    Get it from Amazon for $54.99+ (available in three models).

    7. An extra-large car cup holder that'll transform their car's too-tiny cup holder into one that'll properly support their oversized emotional support water bottle and help them stay properly hydrated when hanging out at the playground under the sun with their kids or grandkids.

    Promising review: "I have a giant, 40-oz Owala stainless steel bottle and a giant stainless steel Stanley brand coffee mug that fit beautifully in this cup holder extender! Now, my bottle isn't rolling around on the floor or all the way in the back seat where I can't reach it. I can actually enjoy drinking my coffee again instead of sealing it up and waiting until I get to work to drink it. It's expensive but it's well made and easy to put together." —Vixxm

    Get it from Amazon for $26.99 (available in two colors).

    8. Stanley 40-ounce Quencher Tumbler you won't believe you waited this long to treat yourself to. Fill it to the brim with water and fresh ice, and use it to motivate yourself to hydrate all day.

    a toddler drinkning from a rose quartz stanley tumbler
    Person sitting on steps holding a purple stanley mug with a straw, wearing a striped sweater and black boots
    Heather Braga / BuzzFeed, Amazon

    I am fully obsessed with my 40-oz Stanley. Yes, it's ridiculously large, but I only have to fill it up once before bed and my water lasts me through the entire next day! It also stays cold and, honestly, just looks super cute on my desk. And, yes, my 2-year-old refuses to drink out of his own baby-appropriate cups and will whine until I let him drink out of mine 🫠.

    Get it from Amazon for $44.50 (available in 35 colors).

    9. And (!!!) a new Stanley All Day 40 Oz Quencher Carry-All, so Mom can take her fave cup on the go hands-free while *also* having space to store her sunglasses, phone, and credit card.

    Stanley travel mug with strap, zipper pouch, and utility loops for carrying convenience
    A Stanley cup attachment  with a strap and pockets
    Stanley

    Stanley also just dropped two other very exciting items — a soft miniature cooler and and a mid-size cooler backpack!

    Get it from Stanley for $40 (available in two styles).

    10. A Yonanas fruit soft-serve maker they can use to pretend they're Cinderella's Fairy Godmother to turn frozen fruit into a magically delicious dessert.  Reviewers swear it has the texture of ice cream or sorbet. Yuuuum!

    The black device on a table with sorbet in a bowl under it
    A close up of a reviewer's yellow and red sorbet

    Promising reviews: "I absolutely love this little machine! I use it every day! It is not like a blender… The fruit comes out just like soft serve ice cream! It is incredible! Someone complained about that it is hard to clean..this is so easy to clean. Anyone on Weight Watchers...this is like eating free ice cream! " —L. Whitted

    Get it from Amazon for $35.97+ (available in five colors).