Which I've actually enjoyed. It's not very often that'll he'll let me cuddle with him anymore. Through the endless amount of Baby Einstein , I was able to make some gifts for my mom & mother-in-law for Mother's Day.
It's a moisturizing hand scrub and hand towel. I got the idea for the hand scrub HERE and the dishtowel I saw HERE. I pretty much just drew my own rose design and hand stitched it on. I also had some time to sew up an apron for my mom, while Rob was having some guy time with my brothers.
I got the pattern HERE. I changed it a little bit. I used binding around the edges instead of using a back piece and I put a pleat in the middle of the apron, which I wished I wouldn't have made so long, oh well.
My sweet little sister made me this adorable book. It's all about me and being a mom.
My darling husband made me the cutest little coupon book.
These are just a few of my favorites. There is also one for a day all to myself, free errand running (with no complaints), 10 compliments and a few too personal to share ;) He sure knows how to make a girl feel special. I think he's starting to realize that no amount of money can buy thoughtfulness.
I just want to publicly say how lucky I am to have such a wonderful woman as my mother. I'm so blessed to have my mom be truly one of my best friends. I confide in her for everything. She is there whenever I need her. She is always so willing to do all she can to help me. She has showed me how to be a kind, loving and patient mother. She wasn't a perfect mom. She made mistakes, which I am now so grateful for. It has taught me that I can't expect perfection from myself. Even on my bad days, my child will love me. I know that I am bound to make mistakes but there is always tomorrow to strive to be a little better. Without her I would not be the mother I am today.