Sunday, 2 March 2008

Celebrating mummies!


Happy Mother's Day to anyone who's celebrating it today (I know it's not Mother's Day in the US, not sure about other places). And special thoughts to those for whom this is a difficult day, for whatever reason.


My two have been busy making cards and pictures "secretly" at home and at school and nursery - lucky lucky me! Tonight we are looking forward to a roast chicken of which Hugh F-W would be proud and Eton Mess for pudding - with raspberries, home made chocolate meringues and fat free Greek yogurt, Lucy, so you can have some too!


24 comments:

  1. Ooh, what lovely things you got from your smalls. I hope you've had a fabulous day. x

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  2. Lovely cards from your little people. Hope you've had a wonderful day.
    Gina x

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  3. Haven't they done a great job?! great pictures by your little people. Enjoy your dinner- ours is smelling beautiful too!x

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  4. gorgeous cards, and I hope your dinner tasted as good as it sounds xxx

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  5. What great little artists you have there!! The cards they make themselves are priceless :)

    I hope you had a lovely relaxed and pampering sort of a day ;)

    xxxx

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  6. Happy Mother's Day!!! I wonder if I can convince my kids I should get to celebrate more than one ;)

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  7. Happy Mothers day. I had a beautiful home made card from my daughter. My son doesn't do Mothers day as he told me when I woke up ... Charming ! .. ~love Julia x

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  8. Sounds like you have the makings of a perfect Mother's Day.

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  9. Happy Mother's Day.

    The cards really sing of Spring don't they.

    We are heading into autumn of course and celebrate Mother's Day in May.

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  10. Happy Mother's Day to you. The cards are gorgeous! :O) I'm looking forward to Mother's Day in May too {Australia} :O)

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  11. What lovely cards you got! Happy mother's day to you from me too! Your Eton Mess sounds wonderful - but you should see what I did actually have for pudding yesterday - not nearly as "healthy"!!!!

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  12. Lovely things...hope it was ther BEST day!!!

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  13. Your homemade card is Fab - I had a shop bought card, but probably just as well, if my boys (aged 10 & 8) had made me a card, it would probably have had wrestlers on it which is their current obsession! - hope you enjoyed your meal - The Eton Mess sounds scrummy and reminds me of Summer - Natalie x

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  14. awww your cards and pictures are gorgeous!
    Happy belated mothers day!

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  15. We celebrate Mothers Day on the second Sunday in May and Fathers Day on the third Sunday in June.
    I had no idea you celebrate it in March! I hope your day was great!

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  16. I hope you had a wonderful day Val. That meal sounds delicious, I love Eton Mess but haven't tried it with chocolate meringues
    Kimx

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  17. Wow, look at all those cards! The eton mess with chocolate meringues sounds fab- raspberry and chocolate go so well together (especially in brownies). Mmmmm.

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  18. Hope that it was a lovely day! They sure do love you!

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  19. Happy days - I bet they gave you big hugs as well as everything else!

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  20. Wonderful goodies from you littlies! Hope you had a lovely Mothering Sunday ((HUGS))

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  21. Oh, you are one very lucky mummy!

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  22. Hello Kitty - We did have a great time! Hope you did too!

    Hello Liz - it was just what I would have wished for Mothers Day. I remember doing the same for my mum when I was little which makes it all the more lovely to be on the receiving end!

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  23. Hello Natalie - Wrestlers wouldn't send quite the same messsage - you're right!

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  24. Such sweet handmade gifts from your little girls. Glad that you had a lovely time. :-)

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