24 February 2014

Win One Wish from the Balagan Collection


I have long been a follower of the Balagan brand and their range of gorgeous jewellery that not only stands out from the crowd, but is tastefully designed and comes in all different shapes and sizes. Ever since I reviewed the gorgeous Triple Heart Necklace, I have been a huge fan and try to keep up to date with the ever-growing ranges and designs. The whole collection coming to us from Rachel Parkin. 

Rachel's new collection is simply beautiful too. The One Wish Collection is a range, made from sterling silver, is designed to create optimism and to remind of that 'one wish' you have made, every time you wear it. Balagan Group's One Wish collection was the winner in the Fashion Jewellery Collection of the year category of the BTAA Awards 

The collection is delicate, pretty and captures thoughts, sentiments and emotions that are universal, creating a perfect gift or self purchase. If you haven’t yet seen the One Wish Collection it “features uplifting, cute & quirky messages on beautiful cards as well as understated designs in jewellery, created to be treasured”

The One Wish Collection has a whole range of different jewellery pieces, my favourite being the 'Mothers Hold Their Children's Hands' necklace. I love its simplicity. So beautiful and understated and would be the perfect gift for Mother's Day. 

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For your chance to win a Sterling Silver 'Mothers Hold Their Children's Hands' Balagan Necklace all you have to do to is fill in the Rafflecopter form below. 

Please remember to check the T&C's at the bottom of the Rafflecopter application and our full terms here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the mandatory entries will be disqualified. After the one compulsory entry of answering the given question the Rafflecopter will then open a round of optional extras, you do not have to enter any of these but these will give you extra entries into the competition. 

And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.

Ends midnight 16th March 2014

301 comments:

  1. We Celebrate Mothers Day With A Huge Roast Lunch At Home

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  2. We celebrate it at home, as long as I get a card i'm happy :-) I always get my mum and grandma something as well and always either take my grandma out for a meal or have her over for one as she's the one that really brought me up and is my rock :-D

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  3. a nice meal at home usually a huge brunch with pancakes, eggs and bacon.

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  4. My parents died when I was young so we go to my I laws with our children for a big Sunday roast and weather permitting a longafternoon walk.

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  5. A nice meal with all my family!

    Ashleigh

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  6. A family meal out with my kids and my mum (and dad)

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  7. Kids usually make me a card at school/nursery and that is about it. Every day is "mothers day" when you are lucky enough to have kids x

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  8. I usually take my mum out of lunch with my daughter and my sister and her children.

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  9. Usually at home with the family, but maybe I will get taken out for a meal this year.

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  10. Flowers, chocolates and a hand made card then take Mum out for a meal at her favourite restaurant.

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  11. i have mad a pillow with a cross stitch cat on it it has taken 4 months!!! so i hope she likes it !

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  12. I usually spend the day at home, if hubby remembers, I sometimes get flowers from the children

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  13. I like to take my mum out for afternoon tea.

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  14. We normally meet up with all our family and set out for a lovely walk and then finish off with a lovely roast dinner

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  15. Hoping for a lie in and then maybe a meal out

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  16. just a meal with my partner & little boy

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  17. Hubby will take us all out for a meal. Unfortunately live too far from my mum to share the day with her :(

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  18. My children and hubby always treat me to a meal out.

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  19. The whole family gets together for a meal

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  20. Living 140 miles from my Mum, this year its probably card in the post and flowers. I visit for a week each month, but it doesn't necessarily coincide with mothers day.

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  21. A nice Meal Out usually but this year I might cook a meal at home :)

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  22. A meal out with the whole family x

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  23. With my mum. Having a nice family meal

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  24. I always got my mum a card and some flowers, not sure what we'll be doing this year as I have 2 of my own now, but might go for a meal :)

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  25. I usually get chocolates, we tend not to do anything special but I do get looked after for the day.

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  26. We all go out for a nice meal and my mum sometimes comes as well
    (kim neville)

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  27. We have a meal at home and if it is nice we will go for a walk

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  28. we will have a lovely meal at our favourite restaurant

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  29. I always pop round to see my Mum on mother's day and treat her to some tea and cake :) x

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  30. will be special this year as it will be our Daughter's 1st Mothers Day as a Mum herself, will be a family meal.

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  31. we will all go out to a pub for a lovely roast dinner

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  32. We usually have a pot of tea and cake somewhere nice.

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  33. If I can get over to my mum we will go out for afternoon tea

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  34. my partner works and my kids are really young, its just another day to us but with a few cards and gifts

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  35. Visiting my mum and making her dinner

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  36. a nice day out of my choice with the kids

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  37. Hopefully going out for dinner x
    Twitter @tjsi1963

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  38. I used to take Mum out for lunch but I lost her 6 years ago, so I'll get a call from my son in Canada and probably breakfast in bed from hubby!

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  39. A meal out with my husband and son, sadly we have both lost our mums so just the three of us.

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  40. We have a lovely dinner at home, cooked by my husband.

    Sue Carter

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  41. we visit my mum n take her pressies and flowers then we come home, get a takeaway and watch a film all together

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  42. Me, hubby and the kids will go over to my mum and dads house and go out for a meal

    kirstyjfox [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  43. With my Mum and family.

    Rachel Craig

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  44. we try to all get together after lunch and go for a walk

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  45. We have a family dinner and I get cards, flowers & small gifts.

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  46. Well often it's my daughter's birthday but this year we will be cooking for my mum or going to my sister's for lunch.

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  47. A lovely meal out with my mum, hubby, sister and my mum's partner.

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  48. We don't celebrate it. My husband thinks it's a stupid commercial holiday. :(

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  49. I get spoilt in the morning, then my mum gets spoilt in the afternoon :)

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  50. Our daughter will make mum a homemade card, then we take her out for a meal.

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  51. we all go out for lunch after showering mama with pressies! :)

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  52. I'll have a newborn this year so just being at home sounds perfect

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  53. not a lot i just like a nice card and spend the day together

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  54. Breakfast in bed with my own kids then lunch somewhere with my mum and mother in law.

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  55. We spend the day together and the men cook!!

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  56. laura jayne bates26 February 2014 at 21:20

    we go out for a pizza usually as a family

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  57. W e usually go out with my daughters and their family

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  58. national trust place, meal out and gifts back at home :) xx

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  59. Go out or stay home with my kids <3

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  60. i don't get to see my mum on mother's day normally so we will have a nice chat on the phone, i'll send her a gift to open, then I'll have a glass of wine and bath to relax like she would =]

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  61. I'd love to celebrate with my Mother, but I have to settle for a phone call as she's in South Africa, but I usually send her some flowers if I can ... x

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  62. go out with my mum & dad for lunch.

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  63. we dont celebrate . I love my mum and adore my children but it makes me miss me children who died , and I spend most of the day crying , so nobody mentions it here to spare my feelings

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  64. we have a big fat sunday dinner after visiting my mum/nan in the morning :D

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  65. no one bothers in my house so i carry on cooking cleaning and washing
    from samantha price

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  66. A meal at my mum's house, just like every Sunday.

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  67. At home as my daughter usually comes around with a nice gift or treat for me, but to tell you the truth, just spending some time with her is awesome.

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  68. I like to take my Mum out somewhere... last year we went to Brown's for afternoon tea!

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  69. my mother lives in tenerfie but she is coming over to visit and will be here for mothers day so me and my wife will take her out somewhere i think xxx

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  70. As a stepmother who has lost her own mother, I don't do anything, but I do find it quite a hard day. My partner's daughter lives with us and I take care of her, yet her mother gets all the gratitude, maybe it's selfish, but perhaps I'd like to recognised for once, and I miss my own mum too :(

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  71. Hopefully with my mum and my kids .

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  72. I've never celebrated mothers day. My mother and I never got on, and as a step-mom I'm careful not to tread on their real moms toes.

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  73. debbie godbolt2 March 2014 at 03:06

    hi my mum lives in spain so i dont spend mothers day with her i usually spend it with my children :)

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  74. We have a nice sunday lunch out so nobody has to cook or wash up

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  75. A nice lunch and a movie with ice cream! :)

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  76. Mothers day for us is a quick visit to my mum and then the rest of the day spent with my other half and our two girls

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  77. A meal at home with the family

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  78. A visit to the cemetery to lay some flowers for my mum and then a visit to my mum-in-laws and the rest of the day is just a normal one for me.

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  79. I invite my mum round for a little family party ay my house

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  80. My mother in law is coming all the way from Tenerife to visit for a couple of weeks this year so we will treat her to a nice meal and would love to win this as a gift for her , thanks for the chance xx

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  81. Normally a nice lunch & time with family.

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  82. Im gutted I have to work this year!! so I will not be with my kiddies, but they may surprise me when I get home x

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  83. A meal at home with my children and grandaughter x

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  84. It's the same as any other day for me-I go to work. :(

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  85. my hubbby usually works it then we have a nice meal

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  86. A big Sunday roast with all the family.

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  87. I used to book for the whole family to have lunch in a nice restaurant, but the grandsons now play football on Sundays, so it's the same as any other Sunday, lunch with hubby.

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  88. pop round see my mum and then round to my mother in laws, as its like i have two mums!

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  89. Quite often my husband has to work so its breakfast in bed

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  90. get my mum a card n present

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  91. A meal together at home and beautiful flowers for her :)

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  92. Presents, tea and cake with my sister and mummy. :)

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  93. it varies year to year, out for a meal, pampered at home, or afternoon drinks in town

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  94. With my Mum and family

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  95. Part two .. sorry I hit the button pre-maturley.

    We will be having a home cooked meal and movies.

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  96. Send a gift to my mum but treat my wife to something special

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  97. A family dinner

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  98. we usually have sunday dinner cooked by hubbie and in the afternoon visit parents and grandparents

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  99. We never do anything :( and I live over 200miles from my mum or I would take her out for dinner x

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  100. I'm taking her for a few days away but it won't be until the beginning of April, a little belated!

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  101. If the weather is nice we go to Whitby (Mum's favourite "not too far to go for a day out" place) for the day, but if it's rubbish we go to the local very nice restaurant instead and keep Whitby for another day.

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  102. A meal out at the local carvery & if i'm lucky a lie in while Dad looks after the littleun!

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  103. Family meal and presents at home

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  104. If I'm lucky I get a lie in. Lol my mum always gets daffodils.

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  105. Normally get a homemade card and a kiss x

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  106. A nice meal at home with the family

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  107. A roast meal
    Washed down with wine
    Lovely flowers from adoring boys
    Candle lit table and room full of noise

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  108. I send my mum flowers then we go out for a meal :)

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  109. My husband and son usually take me for lunch and let me relax for the day. I'm very lucky. Even more of an excuse this year to indulge, being pregnant with our daughter! - Kay Broomfield

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  110. Rachael Barnard3 March 2014 at 13:29

    We usually have a family day out

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  111. We save the money and have a posh family holiday each year

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  112. Elizabeth Briggs xxx

    I have a day off on Saturday and then we visit my Mum on Sunday so it is a very special weekend :)

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  113. Hi,
    A lovely lunch with my husband and 3 children, that's after I have been to work at 5am : ( !!!!
    Deb Alexander
    debbie-alexander@sky.com

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  114. this year i hope to be spending the day with my daughter and my 7 month old granddaughter

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  115. Always spend the day with my mum but go out for dinner with my hubby and kids on another day.

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  116. Spend the day with my mumma and cook her a meal in the evening :)

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  117. I dont celebrate it since I lost my mum...but this year my daughter is now a mummy so I may just do something for her

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  118. A sleep in, followed by a little gift and then a normal day with a yummy home made dinner courtesy of my husband and the children :) Perfecto!

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  119. A lovely family meal x

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  120. A lovely walk in the New Forest.

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  121. celebrate with breakfast in bed

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  122. I visit my mum and spend time with my children

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  123. we dont hubby works sundays, and inlaws usually away

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  124. Christine Szlobodnik - christinesz@hotmail.co.uk

    Meal followed by a horror film :P

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  125. I would normally take my mum out and let her choose something, from one of her favourite shops.

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  126. Normally we go out for a nice meal somewhere but this yearmy mums away as its her birthday aswell so will celebrate when shes back. Still get to celebrate with my little girl on the day though wich im looking forward to :)

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  127. We go out to the local pub so mum doesnt have to cook or clean

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  128. From Julie McLaren.
    We will all go out for lunch so nobody has to cook or wash up!

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  129. My ideal day would be breakfast in bed, then a nice walk through the local forest with the little ones,then home for a roast chicken dinner not cooked by me.
    S hurrell

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  130. from fi wilding

    every year making sure mum receives a handwritten poem or note to thank mum for everything she has done in the year whether its the little things like cooking sunday lunch to the big things like being an emotional support!

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  131. my hubby and two sons usually spoil me with a lovely cooked meal and huge boxes of chocolates

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  132. we don't do anything for it as my partner works weekends and my son is too young to understand it yet.

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  133. My Mum lives far away so I can't do anything with her, my children are very young so usually they help Daddy make me breakfast in bed. :-)

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  134. a family meal all together

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  135. my hubby always cooks my fave meal and him and our 4 kids all buy me a present each and the little ones make home made cards which i can cherish forever.

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  136. A nice home cooked meal with all the family. We went out once a few years ago and had to wait 2 hours for a table. Never again!

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  137. Roast dinner then me and my mum go shopping

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  138. Pam Francis Gregory11 March 2014 at 10:12

    A meal out with both mum & mum-in-law

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  139. a nice long lay-in followed by full english breakfast

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  140. Nothing exciting, most prob end up decorating

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  141. I have a big family do with a roast dinner

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  142. We make nanna a cake and make a card at home before she comes to us for lunch. My mum deserves a special treat for all the hard work she does for others

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  143. (Warning sob story)My mother passed when I was young so I never got to celebrate mothers day when everyone at school was making cards and presents for there mum I couldnt :( so now I have children mothers day is a big thing I love the cards the children make and keep all the little things they make xx

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  144. we live far apart, so i call my mum on skype to congratulate her

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  145. Try do something nice with or for my mum

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  146. We have a family day (after my brekkie in bed ;))

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  147. My children and I pop over to see my mum to give her a card and prezzie but other than that its just a normal day.

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  148. Kids will cook my breakfast (toast, lol) then visit my mother in morning and have a take-away in the evening

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  149. Usually everyone goes round to my mums then out for dinner but not sure what we are doing this year as we have 2 more babies and I am without a car this year

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  150. We just have a quiet time at home with my son. Maybe out for lunch if I'm lucky!

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  151. I USUALLY SEND MY MOM SOMETHING THAT SHE CAN ENTERTAIN HERSELF WITH FOR THE DAY AS WE LIVE 300 MILES APART..LAST YEAR IT WAS A NEW POTTING BENCH FOR HER NEW HOUSE...AS WELL AS HER FIRST GRANDCHILD WHO WAS ONLY 5 WEEKS OLD LAST YEAR ON MOTHERS DAY X

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  152. I usually get a couple of small presents, but we don't do anything special.

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  153. presents and a meal out

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  154. My daughter usually does a few extra jobs (without being asked!) around the house but thats it !

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  155. The children bring me breakfast in bed, then I go to my moms

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  156. I am going home to my parents' in Scotland for a week for mother's day and we will be going out for a meal on mother's day itself. :-)

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  157. It depends if my husband is working on not, our son is only 2 so it's down to hubby. This year he's working so it's just a normal day but I get a card :-) . Amanda Deacon

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  158. At home with the family and a lovely Sunday roast dinner :)

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