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    Default What are your Mother's Day plans?

    Just wondering what everyone is getting up to tomorrow?

    For me, it's my first Mother's Day so I'm hoping my 10 month old DD who has 4 teeth coming through gives me a reasonable sleep tonight! Tomorrow we will just chill at home and then visit my mum for a roast.

    Wishing all the mums, mums to be and all those TTC a lovely day

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    It's my mums birthday tomorrow as well and it was my SIL's yesterday so the fams is meeting for a picnic in the park (weather permitting).

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    We are going out for brunch then will visit granny. I will hopefully take the kids to the park in the afternoon for some fresh air.

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    My husband is working nights so will get home at 7am, roughly the same time I get up and get the day ready for the kids. Won't be doing much. Housework, feeding them, getting bags ready for school etc.

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    Hoping for a sleep in, presents and waffles and then going out for dinner.

    However, DS has been vomitting all day so that may change things. Fingers crossed it doesnt spread!

    Eta - I'd like one hour during the day to lay in bed and watch netflix. If i cant this damn gastro I want all day in bed+
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    I've got a lovely day planned , firstly I get to sleep in until 9am! meanwhile DS and DH will go up to the local Italian bakery and bring me home some coffee and "salty donuts" ( they are Italian bombilini which are big ricotta filled cinnamon donuts , when DS first saw one he thought the cinnamon sugar was salt so called them salty donuts!)

    Then we are off to SIL house to see MIL for a few hours then DS and DH are taking me to our fav Chinese dumpling house for lunch, we will wonder around Westfield and buy some fresh bread rolls, cold cooked prawns and lobster to take to my mums house on the way home for a light dinner with her and dad ( prawn and lobster rolls , no cooking involved and yum!)

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    No sleep in for me as my brother and I planned a breakfast. My mum is flying out to Europe tomorrow so it will me + fam, both brothers + fam and my cousin is coming as well. And if I feel up to it - shopping at DFO.

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    We are having lunch at Montville at a favourite restaurant of ours. Excited

    Eta - no apparently we are not. He forgot to book (or thought I was booking it).
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    Coffee and croissant in bed plus mothers day stall presents. My favourite part of the day!

    Then walk to chinese restaurant for lunch. Both dh and my family attending so it will be great!! Yum cha plus a few other favourite dishes.

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    Sleeping in, breakfast in bed, maybe a trip up tambourine mountain for coffee and cake, then takeaway for dinner. :-)


 

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