Four Ways To Make Mother’s Day Last All Year Long
Four Ways To Make Mother’s Day Last All Year LongMother’s Day is great. It’s a whole day for us all to celebrate the wonderful women who brought us into the world. No-one quite knows how, but mums always manage. School bags are always packed, uniforms ironed, and dinner is always on the table. They’re a shoulder to cry on when you are sad and someone to raise a glass with when you are celebrating. So is just one Mother’s Day really enough?
Here are four ways to make every day Mother’s Day.
1. Cook her some dinner.
If it’s usually mum in the kitchen, why not reverse the roles. Whether you are young or old, living at home or have moved away, make a special effort to cook a delicious dinner for your mum once in a while. Trust us, even if it’s simple beans on toast, she’ll really appreciate it. (Don’t forget the sprinkle of grated cheese).
2. Tidy up as you go.
Has anyone else noticed how mums are constantly picking things up and putting things back? From putting your empty glass back in the kitchen to tidying your washing into (not next to) the washing basket, tidying up after yourself as you go will give mum one less thing to worry about.
3. Surprise her with a bath bomb...
... and of course let her have half an hour to herself to soak in the bath whilst the bath bomb fizzles around her and turns the water pink and sparkly.
4. Call her.
No matter how old you are, how long ago you moved out, or how grown up you feel, your mum will still be worrying about you. So just pick up the phone and ask her what she’s up to.
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