Mother’s Day is coming up and nearly everyone I know just see’s this day as an excuse just to get their mums a box of chocolates and a card and call it a day. But, this day means so much more! We resort to money to buy our way out of situations but Mother’s day is just a loving day to celebrate the mond you and your mother has. That, I can guarantee the only thing your mum wants from you is to just tell her how much you love her. With that said, here are 5 great things to do with your mum this mother’s day.
1. Lazy Day
We all use Sunday as an excuse to be lazy, and we all get that morning yell on mother’s day which sounds like… “Go and make me a brew and bring me up some breakfast, it’s mother’s day.” Any other time of the year and we would tell them to do it themselves but, we bare it and let them have this special day. This is a great her. Binge watch that TV show she loves on Netflix and spend the day with her doing absolutely nothing. If this isn’t all what a mother wants then I don’t know what is.
2. Warm Hearted Presents
This is from the heart… If you’re going to spend money on mother’s day then there’s no point spending money on useless presents. If you want to buy something that your mum is going to love then just stick to flowers and a card and maybe a cute cheap necklace. But, when writing the card out don’t just write ‘happy mother’s day,’ you need to make it special. Talk about how much you love her and why she is the best mum in the world because I bet you, that’s all she wants to hear. She will probably be more appreciated if you made her dinner and did the washing!
If you really want to treat your mum then take her out for a fancy meal, just make sure to book well in advance as we all know this time of year can be really busy. Even surprise her with the meal. It’s the little things she appreciates. Also, If you’ve got any siblings make sure to bring them with you. Ask her how works going, actually dedicate your day to her!
4. Take Your Mum Out
You only get one day a year to properly treat your mum and even though you should always occasionally treat her anyway, this is the day where you should do anything she wants you to do. This could include going shopping or just even going to the cinema.
5. Photo Book
Probably the most thoughtful and loved thing you can do for your mum on mother’s day is making a collage of photos of you and her from when you were born to now and leaving blank pages out for the future. This is guaranteed to have tears in her eyes and you will win the best child award of the year. This photo book could include other things as well such as “ free ticket for a cup of tea.” “Taking the bins out”, etc…