Asked in downtown Mountain View. Photos and interviews by Kayla Layaoen.
"I tried to make my mom waffles for a breakfast in bed, like in the movies, but she already ate. I ended up eating the waffles myself."
Chau Nguyen, Palo Alto
"I gave my mom my shoulder. It doesn't sound like much, or anything at all, but giving my mom a shoulder to lean on was all that was missing from our relationship."
Shriya Jaggi, Sunnyvale
"I might have made her a letter, but I can't think of anything else. I really want to give her something amazing this year."
Sandra Sandoval, Yahualica, Mexico
"My brothers and I, with the help of my dad, gave her the day off and a vacation to Mexico to visit family."
Emmanuel Salcedo, Menlo Park
"My mom and I fought during Mother's Day. She grounded me and told me I wasn't allowed to go out. I went to Safeway to buy a bouquet of flowers, then I came home and apologized."
Katley Thomas, San Jose
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