How to spoil your Mum this Mother's Day
Aren't Mums just amazing?! It's lovely to be able to spoil them and show our appreciation for all that they do. Here's a handy Little Foxglove guide to give you some inspiration.
Get your little ones to get creative
When it comes to my Mum, I like to spoil her with something that involves my children too. After all, she does so much for them, as well as for me. And my collection of gifts that incorporate children's artwork are the perfect solution. In fact, my very first product in this collection was based around a drawing of a family portrait that my son did for his Grandma.
Have some photos taken professionally
I have very few photos of myself with my children, as like most Mums, we tend to be behind the camera, rather than in front of it. So why not book a professional photoshoot and capture a moment of motherhood to cherish forever. For those of you that are local, I highly recommend Hazelnut Photography; Rachel has captured our family many times now, and she's also the very talented photographer behind the majority of my product photos.
Pick the perfect bunch
For me, if I could pick any bunch of flowers to receive on Mother's Day, it would be a bunch of daffodils. They smell beautiful and I adore having them around my home - it's like an instant ray of sunshine and a reminder that spring has sprung! I also love that they don't cost a fortune and therefore I don't feel guilty about a lavish amount being spent on a price hiked bunch of flowers.
Bear this one in mind
Why not treat her to a gorgeously soft Mummy Bear t-shirt? I absolutely love wearing mine! It's comfortable, cute and perfect everyday wear for life on the go as a busy Mum. Or you could splash out on a #mumlife hoodie, which I can vouch for yet again - I practically live in mine!
Bake something delicious
Breakfast in bed? I'd rather not, I'd only end up getting stressed about toast crumbs getting everywhere! I'd much rather be treated to a homemade biscuit or slice of cake with a cup of tea in the afternoon - or more likely, elevenses in our household! There are some super, easy to follow and child friendly recipes available online these days, or head on over to Mrs Bun the Baker for the latest.