Mother’s Day Gift Guide: COLORADO EDITION


Mother’s Day is coming up right around the corner, which means if you haven’t yet, you should run (not walk!) to get your gifts as soon as humanly possible. After all, what is more important that celebrating the human who birthed you?! Who gave you and sustained your life! Who is the reason for all existence!

Sure, I may have gotten a little carried away there for a minute, but seriously! Moms are pretty much the best things on the planet and having just one measly day a year set aside to celebrate them is NO WHERE NEAR sufficient enough! So, you better make the gifting good.

This year, keep it local when you’re shopping for gifts to celebrate the mamas in your lives! Here’s a special ‘Colorado Edition’ gift guide for the most important holiday to ever grace the pages of a calendar:

Because she is a gem and a treasure, just like this necklace:

minty corgan designs

Because she deserves to be pampered after holding up the world all day:

live beautifully

Because you want her to be reminded of how much you love her:


Because “what is done in love is done well“:

first snowfall

Because even if she’s far away, love will always follow:

counter couture

Because you will always be her baby:

Gem Blue

Here’s to celebrating our caretakers, our rocks, our biggest fans, our reason for being who we are–our mothers.

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Megan Lombardo is mama to two awesome kiddos, proud wife to a family medicine doctor, and a professional musician and piano instructor. She and her family lived in Denver for a handful of years before embarking on their current adventure in the mountain town of Salida. Megan will be focusing on helping your family find the easiest ways to experience all the hidden gems and lovely family-friendly excursions that you can get to within a short drive of the Denver metro area. One of the greatest things about Denver is its proximity to the mountains—so get out there and explore! When she’s not blogging, you can find Megan hiking around the Arkansas River valley, having a beer at a brewery while chasing her kids around, listening to music at Riverside Park with friends, playing music with her husband, or (still) ripping out carpet and tearing down wood paneling in her 1899 home in Salida. Megan is excited to connect with all of you!


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