Mother's Day is right around the corner and you probably know a mama who needs to be spoiled. From your own mother to your best friend on her first Mother's Day, it can be hard to find the right gifts to celebrate those oh-so-special women in your life.

If you (or your loved ones) haven't picked up something yet, don't worry! Amazon still has so many items available on Prime.

Here are some of our favorite last-minute gifts for Mother's Day:

For the mama who has everything: Homesick candle

homesick candle

Perfect if she's missing her family or has a favorite place to visit that she can't go to right now.


For the fit mama: S'well water bottle

swell water bottle gifts for moms

With triple-wall construction, mama's drink will stay cold for 24 hours or hot for 12.


For the mama who is rushed in the morning: Dyson hair dryer

Dyson Hair Dryer

Expensive? Yes. Worth every penny? Absolutely. Cut down styling time drastically.


For the new mama: Initial necklace

initial necklace

Celebrate a new addition with their initial.


For the proud mama: Cozy t-shirt

mama t shirt

Comfortable enough that she'll wear it every single day during quarantine.


For the mama who never has photos of her with the kids: Polaroid Mint camera

best gifts for moms polaroid camera

Remember those precious moments and print them out immediately with this handy camera.


For the mama who loves to cook: Recipe Box

best gifts for mom recipe box

If she's spending quarantine cooking or baking, keep her recipes organized with this beautiful box. Add a personal touch by including family member's favorite recipes inside.


For the person about to becoming a mama: 'The Motherly Guide to Becoming Mama: Redefining the Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum Journey'

becoming mama book

An inclusive, holistic, evidence-based guide for pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum journey—created for modern moms by the experts at the Motherly online community.


For the mama who loves to lounge: Plush spa robe

best gifts for mom robe

We love cute loungewear, but there's not much better than cozying up in a massive robe, because every mama needs something to relax in.


For the curious mama: 23andMe

Mother's day gifts 23andme

Learn more about ancestry, health and wellness, and even traits, like what your most frequent wake-up time is.


For the mama who loves a good podcast: Oprah's 'The Wisdom of Sundays'

'The Wisdom of Sundays'

Oprah's words are good for the soul. And a little extra inspiration is much-needed.


For the mama who needs more sleep: Nespresso machine + frother

best gifts for moms nespresso machine

Can't sit in her favorite coffee shop? Indulge in a fancy drink to start the day at home.


For the mama always on the go: Reversible Tote Bag

best mothers day gifts leather tote

No one totes around more than a mama on the go.


For the tech-savvy mama: Echo Dot

best mother's day gifts amazon echo

Create grocery lists, set reminders and play music to keep everyone entertained at home.


For the skincare-obsessed mama: TULA discovery kit

tula skincare kit

Treat mama's skin to a little extra TLC. Trust us, she'll be hooked.


For the mama who needs some quiet time: Bamboo bath caddy

best gifts for mom bath caddy

Even better? Include a coupon to take the kids on a drive for a bit so she can have time to herself. And, add in a book she can't wait to read.


For the Instagram mama: Felt board

Gifts for mother's day felt board

Celebrate baby's milestones or leave inspirational messages.


For the mama who stays up way past her bedtime: Kindle Paperwhite

gifts for mothers day kindle paperwhite

We love that this has a glare-free display and is waterproof so if the kiddos spill something on it, no worries.


For the mama with a green thumb: Succulent pot set

gifts for mothers day succulent set

Trade in the flowers for succulents this year. Note: succulents sold separately. We love this set of 20 from Etsy.


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