What are your plans to celebrate Mother’s Day? Are you planning to take your mother or grandmother to dinner or buy balloons or a card to show them how much you love them?
The National Retail Federation estimates Mother’s Day spending will climb $25 billion, up more than 8 percent from just more than $23 billion spent last year.
It works out to about $200 a person.
Top gifts include jewelry, special outings, gift cards and flowers.