Times have changed, from gifts to juggling kids
Americans will spend more than $22 billion on traditional Mother’s Day gifts, including brunch and flowers. But younger moms prefer “experiences,” and their wish lists include gift certificates for everything from meal delivery to yoga classes.
There are many other ways motherhood has changed from one generation to the next, which is not surprising when you consider that today there are 9 million millennial mothers who are digital natives. We reached out to two millennial moms — one stays at home, the other works — who’ve taken a somewhat different approach to motherhood.