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Don't Forget Mom This Weekend!

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Just a friendly reminder to remember your mama this Sunday! And husbands, don’t forget your wives! Even if you’re a procrastinator (like me) you still have plenty of time to give mom a day to remember. This week on Good Day LA we gave you so many great ideas. So now you have NO excuse!

Shop for Mom!
Expert shopper Sadie Murray shared a shortcut to the best gifts for mom. I seriously would be thrilled with any and all of these gifts (hint hint to my husband, Josh!) We’ve done the dirty work for you. Just click and shop our ultimate Mother's Day gift guide. Read more: http://www.myfoxla.com/story/25453914/ultimate-mothers-day-gift-guide#ixzz31FBZOmUn

Give Mom Flowers!
You can’t go wrong with flowers! Mom will be thrilled with an arrangement hand designed by you! Celebrity Floral Designer Eric Buterbaugh stopped by with his tips and tricks a bouquet fit for the stars! Read more: http://www.myfoxla.com/story/25464909/diy-mothers-day-flowers#ixzz31F6yLU2x

Make Mom Breakfast! They say the way to a man’s heart it through his stomach. Well, here’s a little secret. The same applies to Mom. Chef Ludovic Lefevre (or as I call him “LUDO”) helped us make decadent breakfast crepes for mother’s day brunch and to further prove that everything is better with butter AND tequila! Cheers! Read more: http://www.myfoxla.com/story/25475376/chef-ludo-lefevre-mothers-day-meals
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