Mothers and daughters share special bonds. Take some time to get away and strengthen your bond, or even learn something about each other.
You will need
- Mother or daughter
- Free weekend
Step 1 Consider like interests Plan a weekend where both of you will enjoy the day’s activities. Mix up the weekend with different plans — a little sightseeing, shopping, and eating.
If you share an interest, whether it’s hiking, golf, or knitting — make sure to include that activity in your weekend planning.
Step 2 Vacation with a theme Vacation with a theme. Choose a spa getaway or a wine-tasting adventure.
Step 3 Stay home If you don’t want to travel, you can still plan a special weekend together. Eat at restaurants you have always wanted to try or visit nearby towns you never seem to have time to explore.
Step 4 Visit family Visit family. Go stay with another relative you haven’t seen for a while. If you have a sibling who lives out of town, take mom to visit there.
Step 5 Schedule down time Schedule down time to talk and reminisce. You may discover things about your mom you never knew.
President Woodrow Wilson announced May 9, 1914 the country’s first Mother’s Day.