Last minute gifts for that mom or mom-person in your life #Shopping#affiliates#gifts#holidays#mother's day May 3 | Stephanie Kaloi This post features offbeat affiliates, meaning that if you buy something featured, you'll be financially supporting this site's mission of bringing awesomeness to readers everywhere. You can say I love you with this plant. Like, literally. I was going to avoid drumming up yet another "stuff you can buy for Mother's Day" post UNTIL I realized that ThinkGeek has already done all the hard work for me and put together this collection of awesome Mother's Day gift packs for the mom or mom-like person in your life. All you need to know is this: is she happy, caffeinated, a gamer, into Doctor Who, a gardener, Big Bang Theory fan, a n00b, or totally ready for the world to end? As always, click the photo to visit the product page! I can't pick everything out, but I'm pretty sure there's chocolate and an "I love you" plant in there! Here's the deal, folks: while it's usually great, being a Mom is also pretty exhausting. If your fave mom is also into caffeine, this is the gift pack for her. What should I get a Butch mom for Mother's Day? With Mother's Day around the corner I find myself in the same predicament as I always do this time of year -- trying to figure... [more] I know you know a gamer mom! Look at those pillows! You had me at "it comes with River Song's TARDIS journal." I know nothing about this TV show, but I'm going to assume that cute cat plushie means something. I would buy this gift pack for myself just to score those seed bombs — you throw them and boom! They grow. Well, not instantly, but you get the idea. Perfect for the new or soon-to-be mom! Know a mom with zombies on the, um, brain? Each of the gift packs are on sale ($25-45, originally $75) and Mother's Day is May 12, so the time to snag one is basically… right now. Go! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Stephanie Kaloi I am the former editor of Offbeat Families, and owner/photographer at Stephanie Kaloi Photography in Portland, OR. PREVIOUS What geeky methods can I employ to tell my partner we're having a baby? NEXT Susan Sabo Photography: Long Beach family photography that keeps it real Toggle comments [ 1 ] Love these! Pinned a bunch to my FB wall in hopes family is watching/listening. I already have the Zombie Survival Guide or I would've listed that one as well. 0 agree Comments are closed.