George Foreman Grill & Griddle, Fit Flops, and even Nintendo 3DS make eclectic list of 2011 Annual Mother’s Day Guide for Mamis and Papis
MIAMI, FL (May 5, 2011) – Mother’s Day is just around the corner so three leading Latino parenting bloggers PapiBlogger, Mamá Contemporánea and Momma Findings, have joined forces to help you find the best gifts this season with the launch of their 2011 Mother’s Day Gift Guide.
The guide features gifts for mom in a variety of categories and price ranges and even includes Apps to help moms make their lives easier.
The 2011 Mother’s Day Gift guide, the first of what is to become an annual tradition, was compiled over several months with the input of other Latino mamis and papis and is available for free. The English version can be downloaded at: http://www.slideshare.net/papiblogger/2011-mothers-day-gift-guide. The Spanish-language version can be downloaded at: http://www.slideshare.net/papiblogger/2011-mothersdaygiftguidespanish.
“We have worked very hard to provide our readers with a terrific selection of gifts and to make the Mother’s Day shopping experience easier because it can be so stressful to find the right gifts,” said PapiBlogger publisher Manny Ruiz who founded the annual guide and co-produced it with mom bloggers Rory Lassanske of Mama Contemporanea and Sara Patterson of Momma Findings and the Latina Mom Bloggers network.
From a grill that can cook burgers and pancakes, to flip flops that help you stay in shape and a hand-held 3D video game that doesn’t require 3D glasses— here are some of this year’s top picks from a list of over 30 gifts featured in the 2011 Mother’s Day Gift Guide.
Borghese Fango Face & Body Mud
FANGO Active Mud for Face and Body, brings the essence of
the spa home helping Mom to rejuvenate, cleanse and purify
her skin in under 5 minutes! 17.6oz jar/$64.00 or a 7oz tube/$33.50
A Woman’s Guide To Succesful Negotiating
How to Convince, Collaborate, and Create Your Way to
Agreement. From asking and receiving a raise, to getting your
husband to pick his socks up, to convincing the kids to do
their homework – it’s all about negotiating. Paperback, $18.