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Hi, today I am going to be giving you some tips on what to do on Mother's day as it is coming up quick on the 30th March.

So here are my top 10 tips on what you can do for your special Mum:

1) Simple classic breakfast in bed. So set a tray with a cup of tea or coffee, buttered toast and a boiled egg (or whatever she likes).

2) A card. You can buy one or make one yourself so it is a bit more special and decorate it however you like and write a special message inside.

3) Flowers, you could buy a bouquet from a shop or if you could ask your dad if you can pick some from the garden and make one up yourself or you could go to a garden center and buy a nice little plant.

4) You could help around the house with a few chores like hovering, washing up or make tea, so she can relax.

5) Chocolate, everyone likes chocolate. You could go and buy a box from the shops as a nice little thank you.

6) Make her a drink and put her favorite film on.
7) Treat her by taking her to a coffeeshop.

8) Let her relax by running her a bath with candles and bubble bath.

9) Bake her a cake. I did a baking tutorial a few weeks ago so you could follow that recipe to make her a mothers day cake.

10) Tell her you love her and give her ahug.

If you follow these tips you can give your Mum the best Mother's Day ever.

Toodle Pip, Roselle

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