Mother's Day Post

Happy Mother's Day! Of course the one day I'm home my mother gets back right after I had to leave to go back to school. True confession, I am one to either do something ridiculously early or insanely late. For example, I sent my mother a mother's day card three weeks ago, but failed to write this post until the last minute. I figured whether you haven't seen your mom for a while or if you are still at school, here are some last minute ideas for all the procrastinators out there.  

Breakfast in Bed Ok, probably the most cliche mother's day idea of them all, but it's a classic for a reason. Fresh squeezed for extra points.  

Printed Pictures Photos really are priceless. Not only are they relatively inexpensive to print and you can never have enough, but there are also some really cool ways to put together frames or print them out on postcards. 

Sentimental Recipe I remember reading in one of Rachel Ray's cookbooks in which she viewed recipes as collections of her life. Why not try making a childhood dish for Mom (of course, say it's not as good as how she would make it). 

A Printed Coffee Cup If your mother is a huge coffee lover like mine, making Sharpie mugs is great for getting creative with messages.  

Surprise Cleaning It may take some extra effort to get out the broom, but no mom would ever turn it down. 

Happy Mother's Day, Mummy! Thanks for always being there for me and putting up with everything T.R., Jackson and I have ever thrown your way- we love you. 

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