Mother's Day , love it. When the children were little it meant that I didn't have to change any nappies or prepare any food, when they were school age it meant sweet homemade presents, some chocolates, breakfast in bed and no household jobs for a day. Now they are grown up, well things have changed but with Kate still at home it means a present, I don't have to do any cooking and I get to choose what we do for the day. It also means phone calls from my boys and of course some time spent with my mum.
The best bit is that I really like my children and it seems they like me too. Being a mum for me has been a really good thing.