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She brought you into this world, didn't she? We have a lot of gratitude and appreciation towards our mothers, whether it's your step/adopted/foster mother you need to thank, and/or your birth mother, depending on your circumstances. Your mum has played an important part in your wellbeing, from taking great care of you, and for also giving you an education to name. What constitutes a great mothers day present? Massages? Chocolate? Breakfast in bed? A pampering voucher? Something else? How do you thank your mum for being great on that special Sunday in May each year?

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My Mum likes to get a small present like some lovely flowers and then she likes us to give to her favourite charity as that makes her and us feel good. The main thing she wants is for all us to be together!
Massage vouchers are fantastic. Many mothers also like to enjoy having breakfast in bed. Otherwise a bunch of fresh flowers is also stunning.
I don't have a mother, but I am a mother. And enjoy getting home made things or spending time with the kids.
It is also great to treat your mum with a fresh, lovely bunch of flowers ad-hoc...for no reason at all. My foster mum loves it :)
I think buying your mum a new experience is one of the best gifts. Whether it is a balloon flight, jump out of a plane or a cooking class. Naturally budget is a big consideration, but I tend to think your mum will forget the flowers, chocolates, slippers in a few months, but she will never forget her special adventure.
Poor Mum!

She gets soap, even though she really doesn't need any?
She gets chocolates even though she doesn't need any?
She gets slippers (how exciting) not :(

After all she has done, we should do better for her.........So, ask if she needs jobs done around the home.

She may never ask, because she thinks we are too busy.Ask if she would like the lounge room painted!....or....her bedroom!

Maybe get her a new bedspread.Give her what she needs, maybe you could clean her oven (save her from that dreadful job).

Do something that will truly show your love and devotion, after all she has done for us...we really need to stop with the soap, chocolates, ect.
Pretty pathetic isn't it.

One day we all will wake up and she will no longer be there.


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