I’m your mother, I’m supposed to drive you crazy

Flowers, chocolates, cards, a new house and a new car, my kids know how to spoil me on Mother’s Day, but apparently today they forgot what I really like so they got me some soap. And candles so that my cheeky youngest child, who is a trainee fire starter, can melt wax all over the house. Joy. And as it is Mother’s Day I am supposed to smile sweetly and be grateful and pretend that it doesn’t bother me, otherwise in a few years they will relocate me to a home for the bewildered that plays Phil Collins songs all day. Sigh. Motherhood is so glamorous and exciting isn’t it? Rest up today mamas, it’s going to be a big year


2 Comments on “I’m your mother, I’m supposed to drive you crazy”

  1. Catherine says:

    Thanks for Stevie. My kids usually forget Mothers Day. I don’t remember the last time anyone remembered! Have a good one xx

    • loupollard says:

      I can’t imagine a world without Stevie. What a gem. My perfect middle child (current favourite) cleaned her room for Mother’s Day. Wonders never cease xx


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