How to plan a special Mother’s Day

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There are many different ways to celebrate Mother’s Day now that some COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.

Mother’s Day has felt a little less than normal over the last couple of years. The COVID-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of many Mother’s Day gatherings in 2020, and while things felt more familiar in 2021, this year may mark the most normal Mother’s Day celebrations since 2019.

Since pandemic-related restrictions have now been lifted in many towns and cities, families can capitalize on that by planning a day mom won’t soon forget.

Though it’s best to confirm if any rules and restrictions are still in place before making any plans, individuals who want to make sure mom has a special day can consider these planning pointers.

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