Anyway, as for me, I make it easy on Ken. I tell him what gift to get me and what I would like for dinner. It's a win-win! He doesn't have to stress about it and I'm all happy chappy. I suppose until Isaac grows up and can make his own Mother's Day card and choose gifts, I shall take advantage of it and request for things I've been dying to buy! Having said that.....I earnestly look forward to the things Isaac brings home from childcare or the craft he makes at kids church. This year he brought home a card and some chocolates from childcare and he made a flower at kids church..how sweet :) he couldn't quite say 'happy mother's day' yet but he says he loves me in so many other ways; his beautiful smile, his cheeky grins, his warm cuddles. I can't help but just gaze at my little boy and realise that today is special not because of me, but because of him. He motivates me to be a better person and to be an inspiration to him.
To all the mums out there, here's wishing you a Happy Mother's Day! It is such an honour and privilege to be called mum.