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Are you trying to find a gift for a mom who has everything? Or maybe you’re trying to find a gift for a fun mom, with a stand-up comedy sense of humor. Or, maybe she’s just a worn-out mom who could use a good chuckle. Finding gift ideas for women, especially when it's your mother (and you have siblings to out-do), is a nearly impossible task. If she’s Super-Mom, perhaps she’s a tad short on patience at times and just needs to know that she’s not alone.

It doesn’t matter which type of mom you’re purchasing a gift for, wishing "Happy Mother's Day" or “happy birthday, mom” with a cool and funky concept will be appreciated above all else. Funny Parent Gifts specializes in humorous and unique gifts that will hit just the right quirky nerve for that special mom in your life.

Picture this:  It’s Christmas morning and you’re opening gifts. Dad got another tie. Junior got the latest video game. Grandpa got a new weed whacker. Or maybe it’s Mother’s Day and Mom has received yet another bouquet of flowers. Or maybe it’s Mom’s birthday and she has received mostly gift cards, because no one knows what she really needs or wants.

It’s up to you to be stand out from the crowd to let Mom know how much you love her with a gift unlike any of the others. So, what does Mom get from you?

How about a pretty matte pink flask and shot glasses gift box set with “Mama Juice” engraved on the flask? Great moms need a night on the town every once in a while! Or a “Mother of Dragons” large tote bag to carry her work-out clothes? Mothers of dragons have to stay fit! Or a “Go Ask Your Dad” or Frida Kahlo sleep mask with matching decorative ear plugs so that Mom can get her uninterrupted beauty sleep? What about a “Trophy Wife, Trophy Mom” t-shirt from Hubby, so that she knows how awesome she is, combined with a “Mom’s Badass Home Cooking” apron to let the world know who wields the spatula in the house like a swashbuckler?

For daughters who want to let their moms know that they understand how stressful it has been raising them, how about a Drama Queen Daughter Dammit Doll? And for those who want to poke a little fun at the other family members while giving mom an extra chuckle, get the whole Dammit Doll family.

Whichever gift you decide to go with, if it’s from Funny Parent Gifts for Mom, it’s going to be a hit and Mom will love it. And you will feel proud of yourself for getting her something unique and thoughtful. (Plus, your siblings will be soooooo jealous.)

Whether the event is Mother’s Day, Christmas, your anniversary, Valentine’s Day, or her birthday, or just because the Super Mom in your life awesome and you want to reward her for her hard work and dedication, our humorous mom gifts will delight her and give her just the laugh she needs and will appreciate.

And if you can’t decide? It we offer gift cards as well!

 

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