With Mother’s Day two weeks away it’s time to start thinking about how to treat Mom, unless of course you’ve already gotten her gift and planned out the entire day in which case good for you, you’re a much better person than I am. Whether you’re a procrastinator (like me) or a super organized planner, one thing remains the same, Mother’s Day is all about saying “thanks” and possibly “sorry for my teenage years.” Here are some of my favorite things to say “thank you” and “I’m sorry” to Mom on Mother’s Day.
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  1. Liz wrote:

    I think I’ll take the tote for myself.

    4.27.14 | Reply