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#MondayMommyMoments 10 Mother’s day gifts which are little different

Every mother deserves a gift on Mother's Day. Now this could be as simple as saying THANK YOU in some creative way or a grand surprise. But above all, I think it depends upon the nature of the Mother what she would like to have. Generally, I buy gifts for myself because my husband is least creative in thinking what I would be liking. And as a normal common woman, I simply LOVE gifts. So I please myself. 




My son is still to understand this whole gifting thing. So for this Mother’s day, I am going to share a few tips, so that my husband could give me a Mother’s day special gifts that I like. And I am sure many of the fellow mothers can related to my ideas. 

Have a look at my list:
  1. Let me sleep till late, it’s Sunday: My son needs me when he wakes up. And it’s ONLY me. So this Mother’s day, I want to sleep till late, probably till 9 AM and I wish my husband to attend my son.
  2. No cooking day: My cook aunty doesn’t come on Sundays so Sunday is working for me and I need to cook 3 meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) which at times make be go mad. I wish my husband to order pizza or good outside food. I don’t want to cook THAT day.
  3. No washing machine noise: In Delhi where I live, most of the people use machines at morning time. I also do the same. But it creates so much noise and I don’t enjoy my morning meditation. Is there any way I can do my Sunday Morning medication in peace?
  4. Don’t make me shout: It would be my husband’s duty to scold and yell at my toddler’s tantrums. I don’t want to raise my voice while celebrating Mother’s Day.
  5. No bad scenes: I am not going to change his diapers Or food scattered over the floor. Thank You.
  6. Click a family photograph: I want to capture this special day in the form of a memory. So I wish to get a family photo clicked where I am well dressed and looking like a queen.
  7. Surprise me: Who doesn’t like surprises? So plan something for me. A movie outing, dinner date, jewellery or flowers. Anything will work for me.
  8. It’s Love each other day: Give me extra love and kisses that day. My stock has come to end with kissing my toddler every now and then.
  9. A dose of appreciation: Encourage me, whatever I do that day.
  10. Ask me, If I am happy: I love when my husband asks this, which now happens rarely so "Vibhu Ke Papa, please ask me this thing".
My husband always says, when I ask him what you need, on his birthday “Something that Money can’t buy”, so dear husband, here is my list of things for Mother’s Day that also Money can’t buy either 😁. 


Happy Mother's Day!!!

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  2. Lovely post Shipra.I would also like to slep really late and no mommy work or anything except cuddles.Loved your #Mother's day gift idea .Thanks for writing with us for #MondaymommyMoments

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    1. Hi Amrita, I am glad that you liked the blog.And it's was pleasure writing for #MondaymommyMoments. Thanks :)

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  3. Haha..loved it Shipra. Actually all these points makes sense and I am sharing it with my hubby too. Let me sleep is my favourite. Thanks for linking up with #MondayMommyMoments :)

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