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Sunday, March 22, 2009

Mothers Day

What could a mummy want more, than to hear the words "I love you mummy" from their beautiful boy? Accompanied by several large hugs. Tall Girl is more reserved but Small Sprog has been a sweetheart today, he has pulled out all the stops! He can charm the birds from the trees, he charmed me from day one.

How was your Mothers Day?

14 comments:

Steve said...

Spent the day nursing a chickenpoxed toddler while my wife threw herself into some gardening (her current passion). Hopefully a box of chocolates sweetened the day...

Reasons to be Cheerful 1,2,3 said...

A bit crap to be honest. The kids were sweet, with cards etc. but hubby had travelled and been a love for his mum yesterday and I ended up feeling dissapointed that we couldn't just go out and do something nice together, because of his tiredness and er, well mood. So it was a rugby and jobs day. Ah well, there's always next year! Glad you had fun :-) x

Liz said...

Lovely. Just finished it with No 1 ladies' and a box of Maltesers. Time for bed now.

Hope your week is good.

Maggie May said...

My mother's day was hectic as was my whole weekend, as I had all my grandchildren staying over for the whole weekend and my own two children and we did lots of walking after we prised the children from the screens!
Have some lovely garden plants and an electric grill! Wow...... my kids are generous!

Its quiet now they are all gone! Phew! I will get an early night, I think!

Not Waving but Drowning said...

Seaside for me.

Glad you had a good one,

GG

Brett said...

Just catching up after the holiday, its great to read a whole week in one go.

The Dotterel said...

Simple things, eh. Often the best.

Rose said...

Happy belated Mothers' Day! This caught me by surprise--here in the US, it's in May. Forget the cards, flowers, and gifts--I'd say you got the best gift of all!

Kitty said...

I have a card on which No.2 wrote 'love you lots' and put lots of kisses. For him, that's demonstrative! We had a really lovely day, glad you did too. x

Jennysmith said...

Glad you had a good one sweetie. Yes, mine was nice too. Got a super handbag (I;m not as deep as you ) xxxxx

Akelamalu said...

Those words from your child are worth more than any card or present. I heard those words from my children (aged 38 and 33)yesterday accompanied by a kiss :)

starnitesky said...

Glad your day was good, mine was good - my son came and we went for a walk by the lake.

I hope your week will be good.

Sam said...

A trip to Skenfrith Castle and Aberdulais Falls in Wales - miraculously there were no arguments!

Wanderlust Scarlett said...

I'm glad that yours was nice!

We don't celebrate it here until May.

Sending happy thoughts and wishful chocolate your way.

Scarlett & Viaggiatore