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5 Ways to Spoil Your Mother // Mother's Day




Its Mother's Day on Sunday and like most mothers I am looking forward to spending it with my family..... And hoping to be let off  all housework for the day!

For me Mother's day is a time to reflect on all the strong women in my family as well as remembering those who aren't with us. I will be taking the boys to my Grandma's grave the day before to lay some flowers. It really does make me so thankful for my Mum and all that she does for me.

So as Sunday approaches I've been thinking of 10 ways that you can make Mother's Day that extra bit special for that amazing mum in your life. 

1. Pampering


Im always last to look after myself and I think most mums are the same, we do everything for everyone else and end up forgetting about treating ourselves. So why not treat your mum to a pampering session. You could pay for her to go and get her nails done professionally or if you're a bit strapped for cash you could make your own pampering session at home. 

2.  Bubble Bath 


It's very rare I get to have a bath so I make do with showers, but a lovely treat for a mother who is constantly busy and on her feet is a nice hot relaxing bath. Make sure it has lots of bubbles, a glass of wine and some scented candles burning. 




3.  Kids Crafts





Get the kids to make some lovely handmade pictures and cards for their Mum nothing says I love you more than with a personal piece of artwork. I like the boys to know that you don't have to buy something to say I love you, something that they make is worth so much more, and I like to put them in my keepsake box.



4. Cook 



Mother's Day is technically one day we should be let off the cooking, so treat her to her favourite meal or something delicious to eat. I think soup is always a nice meal it's easy for anyone to make, tastes delicious and a good idea for a light lunch or tea especially if you're planning a roast at some point. If you're looking for some already made soups then try the new Taste of Health range by Covent Garden. 

5.  Gifts



For those that want to give their Mum a gift then flowers, chocolates, wine and pampering sets always go down a treat. There is also the option to take her out for the day, do something you know she likes or somewhere she has mentioned she would like to go. 
You could also make a little hamper of some of her favourite things or select your favourite photo of the two of you and buy a really nice frame. There is no rule for mothers day so spend as little or as much as you want, no matter what you choose your Mother will be happy that she gets to spend quality time with you.


How will you be treating your Mum this Mother's Day ? 




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