Giveaway: What’s The Most Important Lesson You Learned From Mom?

Mother’s Day is less than a week away, which means that it’s the perfect time for a giveaway. You can enter to win a fresh, gourmet Mrs. Fields treat sent straight to your mom’s door for Mother’s Day. We’ll pick three readers to win some of our favorite Mother’s Day gifts:

Precious Petals Ribbon Box

The Perfect Petals Box is so pretty, so delicious, and so perfect for mom. (This is also one of my favorite picks for grandmas and aunts!)

Mother's Day Bite's Box

Mother’s Day Bites Box is a collection of bite-sized cookies and brownies, making it easy for mom to take a nibble here and there for ultimate gourmet snacking.

Springtime Tin

Finally, our Springtime Tin is a generous tribute. There’s at least one cookie for everything you love about her!

To enter, leave a comment answering the following question: What’s the most important lesson you learned from your mom? 

Don’t delay, this giveaway only lasts two days! Enter now and tell your friends. I can’t wait to read all about the wisdom of all the great mothers out there!

Fine print: One entry per person, please. Comments will be accepted until midnight Wednesday, May 9. Winners will be selected and notified via email.

You can check out all of our Mother’s Day gift ideas online. Best of luck!

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56 responses to “Giveaway: What’s The Most Important Lesson You Learned From Mom?

  1. Suburban prep

    Thank God for the blessing that you have been given.

  2. Liz

    How to be thankful.

  3. Beth

    I learned the golden rule. From the time I was little, my mom let me know that treating others (including siblings!) the way I wished to be treated was a fundamental principle of being a good citizen. I have kept this lesson close to my heart throughout my life and am now thrilled to pass it down to my kids!

  4. Louis

    Be kind to others.

  5. Meryl

    Never give up.

  6. Tia

    To believe in myself.

  7. Ben J

    To be strong and to be myself. :)

  8. Carol

    My mom had a saying that has led me well through life: If you take the high road, you will never get lost. Staying above the drama and pettiness really lets you enjoy life with less stress and more fun!

  9. autumn eaton

    I was taught to work hard and believe in yourself.

  10. Luck

    Through all the hardships our family has been through my mom taught me a life long lesson that I will always remember. Do good stuff, good stuff happens. Do bad stuff bad things happen. Karma.

  11. Alicia C.

    Believe in yourself

  12. Matthew F.

    Work hard

  13. jean johnson

    she told me to be kind and helpful to everyone who needs it

  14. Dorothy C.

    Unconditional love

  15. Daniel C.

    Be kind to others

  16. Shannon Parmeter

    Many lessons learned but I have to say in the past few years I’ve learned from mom that every day is not a given to be who we were just the day before. Though everyone knows every day is not a given, with my mom each day she seems to be a different person not remember what was the day before.

  17. Brittany

    My mom taught me to always have faith in everything I do. She taught me how to persevere and how to stay positive no matter what situation I’m in. This is a lesson I carry with me in my heart to this very day.

  18. We may be two different people, they say the sun & the moon (being the hot-tempered me & her, the ever patient and diplomatic), a lot different in choices and views in life, but she taught me to LIVE MY LIFE! The earliest memory I could have was me falling on the ground after slipping from a bicycle and she looked at me and somehow, through her eyes, told me to stand up, and ran, and play again. She’s just right there, waiting for me to “need” her. And I thank her for the ME that I see in the mirror, and for the ME that is making a difference in the world.
    Thank you Mamang AMY ;))

  19. We may be two different people, they say the sun & the moon (being the hot-tempered me & her, the ever patient and diplomatic), a lot different in choices and views in life, but she taught me to LIVE MY LIFE! The earliest memory I could have was me falling on the ground after slipping from a bicycle and she looked at me and somehow, through her eyes, told me to stand up, and ran, and play again. She’s just right there, waiting for me to “need” her. And I thank her for the ME that I see in the mirror, and for the ME that is making a difference in the world.
    Thank you Mamang AMY )

  20. Kristen G

    My mom taught me to never doubt myself and to believe in myself and my abilities.

  21. Kriste Mcdonald

    WOW,, To pick one lesson learned is hard. There are so many. Respect, Honesty, treat others as you want to be treated. To love all.

  22. Cindy Apana

    The most important thing I learned from my mom is how to be a loving, caring and affectionate mother myself to my girls <3

  23. Jennifer Knowles

    My mom once told me, “My mother taught me that I may not always agree with you but if you come to my door hungry, I will feed you all the food in my kitchen and listen to what you have to say. Maybe afterwards, I’ll realize I was more hungry than you.” My mom taught me to be true to myself and the ones I love. I learned from her that no two people are the same, to be an open book and to appreciate others differences in race, beliefs, and opinion (and to never let anyone go hungry if I can help it :)).

  24. Murielle Gillet

    Always see the positive in everything.

  25. Anna Cheung

    My mom taught me to live each day to the fullest and not worry what others think about me.

  26. dionna

    Never disregard acts of kindness.

  27. Abby Kraynick

    To be honest & hard working ♥

    I Love my mom…. She’s my Best Friend.

  28. Lori C.

    The most important lesson that I continue to learn from my mom is to never give up or give in. From peer pressure in high school to feeling like I was going to pull my hair out with a toddler running around, my mom has always been there with words of encouragement. Her words aren’t always easy to take. Sometimes she gives me a not-so-gentle push in the right direction. But she has never steered me wrong. The past few years I have watched her deal with many changes – losing her dad, dealing with my dad’s illness & now looking after my niece & nephew. It hasn’t been easy for her but she has made it through. And I’m watching & learning.

  29. The most important lesson I learned from my mama is how to be a good mother like she is.To always put my child first like she put us first.

  30. Lori James

    Be yourself and be thankful for what you have! :)

  31. JULIE

    My Mom taught me to never give up on something/someone that i hold dear.

  32. Tammy Self

    Sometimes you have to add your own ingredients to the recipe, that’s what makes the food taste better. If you add a little love, everything tastes better.

  33. Lisa

    The most important lesson I learned from my mother was to follow my dreams and to never give up. But, that I had to put the time and effort in. It wasn’t going to happen by itself. Say fall into my lap. This advice has been true in many ways in my life.

  34. Robyn

    Take a lesson from every experience, because our experiences don’t make us who we are. It’s the lessons we take from those experiences that do.

  35. Lydia Harpe

    How to be self-sacrifcing…put others before myself

  36. Tammy

    My mom taught be to believe in myself and to follow my dreams. My mom is AWESOME!!! :)

  37. My mother taught me that self-confidence is something you can develop–and it will help you succeed in life!

  38. Janet Bradbury

    The most important lesson I learned from my Mom, is patience! My Mom raised 6 kids (2 sets of twins only 2 years apart) all born within 7 years pretty much by herself because my Dad was in the Navy (for 33 years) and was gone a lot. She HAD to have a lot of patience, but rarely did she lose her patience with us. That alone is worth so much! I have so much love & respect for my parents for all they have done for us and all the sacrifices they made. They are great role models!

  39. Marianne Tucker

    This might not be the most important lesson, but it’s a fun lesson I’ve learned from my mom: IF YOU GOT IT, FLAUNT IT!

  40. Treat others the way you want to be treted

  41. Lisa

    My mom taught me to have empathy. She reminded me in hard times that I would be better, more kind, and have a better understanding for others. I am the mom I am today, because I had such a shining example of love and kindness.

  42. chrissy klei

    So many to chose from but I would say unconditional love no matter what I had done she has always loved me.

  43. One important thing I learned from my mom that when things get bad, that you can always find something to laugh about! My mom had the greatest sense of humor, even in trying circumstances! My mom has helped me so much in my life, but the greatest thing she taught me is not not take life to seriously!

  44. That there is nothing stronger then a mothers love. Or the determination to survive when she knows her kids need her at a young age. My father left us very young and my mom found herself raising twin girls as a single parent. Only to find out at 32 she had ovarian cancer. She won that battle. At 65 she found out she had breast cancer and won that battle too. She showed us all never give up even when you feel you want to. Mom’s are amazing people I hope I did at least half as good of job raising my two boys as my mom raised my sister and I

  45. Troy

    The most important lesson my mom taught me was to laugh. No matter the situation we always look for the absurd. When I failed my karate belt test, she asked me if there were any higher ranking kids in the class that I could watch & learn from. Teary-eyed, I thought for a minute & said, “Well, there are now!” since my fellow students had all passed. Her favorite expression was, “This too shall pass,” and I have learned that all things good and bad pass. So she taught me to grin & bear it through the bad stuff and to savor and truly try to enjoy the good. Thanks, mom!

  46. Melinda F

    My mother and I have had some serious battles and there have been many times that we have not spoken for long periods of time. Even after all the arguments and hurtful things that have been said…she has let me know that no matter what happens in my life that I can always count on family. If I fall they will pick me up.

  47. ellen byers

    Don’t give up – if you want to accomplish something you can

  48. Omar

    Always be a gentleman : )

  49. Gary Ferguson

    The most important lesson my Mom taught me is to work hard and enjoy life.

  50. Jessica Haynes

    The best lesson that my mom has taught me is that we, as a family can get through anything as long as we are together. We can loose everything, like we have, but it does not matter because everyone is alive and healthy. I plan on passing this lesson down to my daughter :)

  51. Noel

    The lord never gives you more than you can handle, so you need to persevere!

  52. manda

    My mom always taught me to be thankful for what I have and not worry about what I don’t have.

  53. Michelle West

    Be kind to everyone.

  54. ellen levickis

    Never be afraid to ask a question

  55. Correy

    Cookies and Milk is a must!

  56. Michael Lancaster

    Never give up.