You’ve said it yourself: “I’m turning into my mother.” Here’s what to give her based on what she gave you.A love of the finer thingsYou could take her to brunch or, better yet, bond while learning to make one at a Mother’s Day cooking class ($75 per person). If she needs a weekend away, give her a battery-recharging, two-night stay at the Farmhouse Inn in Sonoma (starting at $400), complete with gourmet breakfast, a massage at the spa, and a personalized wine tasting. Or treat her to a sweat session at Noe Valley’s Cardio-Tone, which offers the luxury of childcare while moms work out (tell your sister).A happy homeChoose from 38 characters (moms, dads, kids, dogs) to create a likeness of your family on an organic cotton pillow or hemp wall hanging (starting at $134). For once, solicit her opinion: TCHO is requesting feedback on its limited-edition beta milk chocolate ($60 for a series of six). Update her garden with a modern, matte-glazed, stoneware birdhouse ($80).A closet to raidGive classic pearls a fresh spin with a nautical-inspired, hand-draped necklace ($198). Not only are Soy Savvy’s colorful scarves ($45-$65) ecofriendly, they’re also supersoft and double as swaddling blankets. Invest in a watercolor Collina Strada handbag ($268) that she can tote everywhere from the farmers market to her favorite restaurant.Still searching for the perfect present? Check out our gallery of gifts only a mother could love. Or surprise her on Sunday with a sweet tea party.Photos: Getty Images; Courtesy of Rare Device; Courtesy of AnthropologieUp to 60% off Orla KielyOrla Kiely’s friendly patterns and punchy graphics find their way onto the cutest functional bags, purses, and grocery totes. Addictive? Yes. Get your fix at up to 60 percent off on our sample sale site.