Here are some ideas (hints for my husband…):
1. Breakfast in Bed
2. Homemade Card
Have a creative afternoon with lots of colours, card and craft essentials and let the kids’ imaginations run wild. And if they’re a little older, you might even want to encourage them to write their own poem or thank you message to mum. These heartfelt words and all the care and attention they’ve put into the card will really make mum’s day.
3. A Keepsake Gift
A piece of jewellery is a lovely idea, with places like F. Hinds offering a number of gorgeous designs.
If the kids are old enough, you could even get them to choose their favourite design (with a little help, of course). Knowing the kids have chosen this just for her will add to the sentimentality of the gift.
4. A 3-Course Meal
Enjoying this intimate, personal night in with her family may add far more to the day than a meal with lots of other people. And you can add to it with a menu, fun waiter outfits and other cool additions that make it a night to remember.
If you search online, there are loads of kids’ cooking recipes that are quick and easy to do. From fun pasta dishes to great pizzas, there are so many ideas that the kids (and mum) will love. This is a great way to involve the kids in planning Mother’s Day too, which just adds to their excitement and, ultimately, mums.
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