Mother’s Day is almost here, so if you haven’t spent some time figuring out how to tell mom that you appreciate all she’s done for you, this is your official call to action. You don’t have to spend a ton of money to show mom some love on the big day, either. There are lots of things you can do together, for very little money, that will create a beautiful and picture-perfect Mother’s Day for the most important woman in your life. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Spend Time In The Garden
Mother’s Day signifies the unofficial start to the gardening season in many areas. Depending on your local weather, this is the perfect time to swing by the garden store to pick up a few plants, some fresh soil and some new gardening shears. Don’t just gift the great new gardening haul to mom—spend some time in the dirt with her. Get your hands dirty together and build or grow something beautiful as a team. She’ll love spending the time with you, and you’ll both have the great results of your effort later in the year.
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FAIRFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hatchimals are the break out toy of the season, literally.
Manufactured by Spin Master, the interactive birdlike toy busts out of its egg and “ages” as kids take care of it, from an infant to a toddler to a little bird-like kid.
They’re flying off store shelves. At big box stores like Target, Walmart and Toys R Us, the toy retails for around $50 but they’re nearly impossible to find.
When they are in stock online, there’s usually only a few and they’re priced high. On Amazon, the toy ranges from $190 to as high as $350. On eBay, one seller offered a single Hatchimal for $600.
“The parents are having a rough time trying to find them,” Celeste Vanderlip, owner of Hobbytown in Fairfield, Connecticut, told WTNH. “Their child really wants that Hatchimal, it’s the gift at the top of their list that they’re looking for.”
Travel into the whimsical world of a magical fairy garden for teatime with the Go! Go! Smart Friends Secret Blossom Cottage, from VTech. This adorable play set cottage opens up to reveal a super cozy… read more
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Most places that sell Poke usually have it made in advance in large service pans on display in refrigerator cases, deli style. The problem with this is, if you don’t get there early when it was just made, after hours of sitting, the salt and/or shoyu in the marinade tends to eventually “cook” the delicate raw fish, causing it to stiffen and lose that buttery texture. The onions get soggy too. Eventually, the moisture in the fish escapes and makes the marinade watery, and just overall not good Poke.