Most of us wouldn’t doubt for a second the love and advice of our mothers.
From when we were very small, they’ve watched over us, with those eyes in the back of their head, and given us the wisdom of their guidance (which we may now have passed on to our own children… or view as incredibly bizarre!)
And whatever you do to celebrate Mother’s Day, we hope it’s a good one for you. For those who’ve lost their mums or a having their first Mother’s Day without mum around, it’s going to be a tough one. Try and remember all the wonderful times you had, the love and smiles and great moments you shared.
I came across one very special gift that i think mums of young ones everywhere would approve of:
- Celebrate your kid’s mother this year by giving her a time machine – that is, a return to a life before diapers, sleepless nights, and the pressure to always be thinking of everything at once.
Sounds like a winning idea to me!
And whether you get breakfast in bed, a pasta necklace or something amazing, I don’t know too many mums who won’t value the greatest gift of all, your time.